In conjunction with the National Centre for Contemporary Islamic Studies, the Islamic Studies Series of Melbourne University Publishing (MUP) is a research publication series promoting scholarly studies on Islam.
The MUP Islamic Studies Series (ISS) is a research publication series promoting scholarly studies on Islam. At present the series editor, Prof Akbarzadeh, is based at Deakin University.
The ISS offers a welcome opportunity for Australia-based scholars to bring their research to the attention of the national and international academic community. It aims to consolidate the community of scholars working in the areas of Islamic studies and Muslim affairs and to showcase Australian research excellence internationally.
Books in the ISS are based on original research and represent a number of disciplines, including anthropology, cultural studies, sociology and political science.
About the publisher
Melbourne University Publishing Ltd inherits the proud 80-year history of Melbourne University Press, which was founded in 1922. The MUP Academic Monograph Series showcases the very best of Australian academic research and writing from a broad range of disciplines. Books published into the MUP Academic Monograph Series are available at all leading campus bookstores, and also as e-books and print-on-demand hard copy books at MUP's online store.
MUP Islamic Studies Series available
- ISS24: Securitising Identity
- ISS23: Heroes, villains and the muslim exception
- ISS22: Indian Muslims
- ISS21: Possible Spaces of Somali Belonging
- ISS20: Imam Samudra's Revenge
- ISS19: The Phenomenology of Community Activism
- ISS18: Battle for the Flag
- ISS17: The Contemporary Middle East
- ISS16: Islamic Family Law in Australia
- ISS15: Family Law and Australian Muslim Women new
- ISS14: Islam and Society
- ISS13: Making Australian Foreign Policy on Israel-Palestine
- ISS12: The Arab Revolutions in Context
- ISS11: Women's Human Rights and the 'Muslim Question'
- ISS10: Muslims in the West and the Challenges of Representation and National Belonging
- ISS9: Banning Islamic Books in Australia
- ISS8: The Afghanistan Conflict and Australia’s Role
- ISS7: Islam and Contemporary Civilisation
- SS6: Muslims in Australia
- ISS5: Challenging Identities
- ISS4: Islam and the Australian News Media
- ISS3: Political Culture and Conflict Resolution
- ISS2: Identity, Education and Belonging
- ISS1: Islam and the Question of Reform