The NCEIS Research Papers are peer-reviewed online publications, designed to disseminate widely some of the most recent research on Islam. The NCEIS Research Papers are multidisciplinary publications and promote vigorous and original research on various aspects of Islam and Muslim affairs. The range of topics covered is diverse and represents the breadth of research excellence in the field.
Research paper submissions are blind-refereed by two or more expert readers for originality, conceptual contribution, structural integrity, and factual accuracy. The recommendations of the readers will determine editorial decisions.
Submissions may be sent to email@example.com for consideration.
The following papers are now available for download:
- Vol 1, No 1: Muhammad Kamal, The Meaning of Terrorism: A Philosophical Inquiry
- Vol 1, No 2: Benjamin MacQueen, US–Arab Relations in the Era of 'Democracy Promotion'
- Vol 1, No 3: Eeqbal Hassim, The Significance of Qur’anic Verses in the Literature of Ali Ahmad Bakathir
- Vol 2, No 4: Riaz Hassan, Social and Economic Conditions of Australian Muslims: Implications for Social Inclusion
- Vol 3, No 5: Mohamed Ibrahim, The Al-Shabab Myth: Notoriety not Popularity
- Vol 3, No 6: Peta Stephenson, Home-growing Islam: The Role of Australian Muslim Youth in Intra- and Inter-Cultural
- Vol 4, No 7: Stephan de Vries, The Effects and Consequences of U.S. Policy on 'Democratising' Iran
- Vol 5, No 8: Halim Rane and Bridget Minogue, Turkey's Role in the Diffusion of Democracy in the MENA Region
- Vol 5, No 9: Rebecca Barlow and Shahram Akbarzadeh, Beyond repair: Ruptures in the foundations of the Islamic Republic of Iran NEW