Islamic Africa covers the field of Islam in Africa broadly understood to include the social sciences and humanities. The journal considers submissions that focus on African Muslims in broader global contexts as well as research dealing with Muslim societies on the continent itself as well. The new journal seeks to promote the scholarly interaction among Africa-based scholars and those located institutionally outside the continent. The first issue appeared in Spring 2010.
Islamic Africa invites scholars to submit essays, or short pieces, notices, and reports on research in progress to be considered for publication. Such submissions should make original contributions to knowledge. The material must not have been previously published, or be currently under review elsewhere.
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