Journals Edited by Faculty
Our faculty edit a variety of journals and journal special issues.
Basic Income Studies
Basic Income Studies is an interdisciplinary journal published twice a year by De Gruyter. It focuses on scholarly research on the viability of universal basic income theory. Karl Widerquist is Senior Consultant Editor.
HAWWA: Journal of Women in the Middle East and the Islamic World is an interdisciplinary journal focused on gender issues in the Middle East and the Islamic World, which was founded under the editorship of Amira Sonbol. Published by Brill, Rogaia Abusharaf serves on it’s editorial board.
Journal of Arabian Studies
Journal of Arabian Studies (JAS) is the leading scholarly journal covering the Arabian peninsula, its surrounding waters, and international connections. Gerd Nonneman is the co-editor-in-chief of this journal published twice a year by Taylor & Francis in association with GU-Q.
Monsoon: Journal of the Indian Ocean Rim
Monsoon is an interdisciplinary journal publishing original and innovative research that analyzes the cultural, historical, and political circumstances that have shaped—and currently affect—the coastal societies of the Indian Ocean. Published by Duke University Press in collaboration with the Africa Institute, the journal is co-edited by Rogaia Abusharaf, and associate editors include Uday Chandra.
The Muslim World
Dedicated to the promotion and dissemination of scholarly research on Islam and Muslim societies and on historical and current aspects of Muslim-Christian relations, The Muslim World has published many special issues edited by GU-Q faculty. Past special issues have been edited by Mehran Kamrava and Ayman Shabana, among others, and have shared research outcomes of the Center for International and Regional Studies.