Member Publications (July)

July 30, 2023

Congratulations to the following AAIMS Members on their recent publications:

Mahsheed Ansari on her book titled, Modern Debates on Prophecy and Prophethood in Islam: Muhammad Iqbal and Said Nursi, published by Routledge. Purchase book here.

Zuleyha Keskin on her article titled, ‘The Islamic State flag hijacks Muslim words of faith. Banning it could cause confusion and unfair targeting of Muslims,’ published by The Conversation. Read article here.

Joshua Roose and Amanda Keddie on their grant for a project titled, ‘Exploring the online experiences of young men and boys: what influences, motivates, shapes and informs their experiences?’, to be funded by the Office of the eSafety Commissioner. Read project description here.

Zahid Shahab Ahmed, Ihsan Yilmaz, Shahram Akbarzadeh and Galib Bashirov, on their article titled, ‘Digital Authoritarianism and activism for digital rights in Pakistan,’ published by the European Center for Populism Studies (ECPS). Read article here.

Zahid Shahab Ahmed and Ali Akbar on their book titled, Iran’s Soft Power in Afghanistan and Pakistan, published by Edinburgh University Press. Purchase book here.

Congratulations,

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Member Publications (February 2024)

Congratulations to the following AAIMS members on their publications: Faroque Amin on his book chapter titled “Social Welfare Programmes in the Politics of Jamaat in Bangladesh: A Social Movement Theory
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Early Career Researcher Book Launch

AAIMS will be resuming its Early Career Researchers Book Launch series for ECRs (scholars who have completed their PhD in 10 years or less) who have published a monograph (their
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Member Publications (January 2024)

Congratulations to the following AAIMS members on their publications: Shahram Akbarzadeh on co-authoring the article titled, “Legacies and Futures for Global South Research”, published by Third World Quarterly. Read article
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Dr Hakan Coruh visits Hamad Bin Khalifa University

July 25, 2023

During the period of May to June 2023, Dr. Hakan Coruh, a senior lecturer in Islamic studies at CISAC, Charles Sturt University, had the esteemed opportunity to be a visiting research fellow at the Center for Islamic Legislation and Ethics (CILE) at Hamad Bin Khalifa University in Doha, Qatar. This two-month tenure proved to be a highly valuable and enriching experience for him.

During his time at CILE, Dr. Coruh actively engaged in academic pursuits and research in the field of Islamic studies. As a visiting research fellow, he had the chance to collaborate with esteemed scholars and researchers associated with the center, fostering meaningful academic exchanges and intellectual growth. Overall, it was a highly rewarding and academically fruitful experience that he will cherish as a significant milestone in his career. He is deeply grateful to his school and hosting institute for providing him with this invaluable experience.

All the best,

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Member Publications (February 2024)

Congratulations to the following AAIMS members on their publications: Faroque Amin on his book chapter titled “Social Welfare Programmes in the Politics of Jamaat in Bangladesh: A Social Movement Theory
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Early Career Researcher Book Launch

AAIMS will be resuming its Early Career Researchers Book Launch series for ECRs (scholars who have completed their PhD in 10 years or less) who have published a monograph (their
Read More

Member Publications (January 2024)

Congratulations to the following AAIMS members on their publications: Shahram Akbarzadeh on co-authoring the article titled, “Legacies and Futures for Global South Research”, published by Third World Quarterly. Read article
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AAIMS Conference 2023

July 11, 2023

On the 21-22 November of this year, come and join us at the wonderful grounds of the University of Western Australia to engage in scholarly discussions, enjoy morning tea, and network with others in the field of Islamic Studies!
AAIMS is thrilled to announce another conference as part of its service to members. Held at the University of Western Australia, the theme of the conference is Islam in a Polarised World. So much has happened since 2001, and so much more since 2021. Islam is one of the fastest growing religions in the world, and it is one of the most ethnically diverse and interconnected of faiths, too, allowing Islam to blossom – and sometimes not – in the merging multipolarity of global politics.
This conference, therefore, draws attention to the roles, contemporary place, and future of Islam in the emerging multipolarity in global politics with its accompanying shifting power relations and turbulences. It also draws attention to the multiple forms of cultural, political and religious ‘polarisations’ both in the local and global contexts and what these mean for not just peaceful co- existence but also Islam and Muslims in both Muslim majority and Muslim minority contexts.
Proposals of up to 300 words are welcome and are due by 31 July 2023 to be reviewed on an ongoing basis by members of the AAIMS organising committee.
The conference itself will be held a few months later, in November. If you would like further information about the Call for Proposals, click here.
To learn more about previous AAIMS conferences, click here.

We hope to see you there!

All the best,

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Member Publications (February 2024)

Congratulations to the following AAIMS members on their publications: Faroque Amin on his book chapter titled “Social Welfare Programmes in the Politics of Jamaat in Bangladesh: A Social Movement Theory
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Early Career Researcher Book Launch

AAIMS will be resuming its Early Career Researchers Book Launch series for ECRs (scholars who have completed their PhD in 10 years or less) who have published a monograph (their
Read More

Member Publications (January 2024)

Congratulations to the following AAIMS members on their publications: Shahram Akbarzadeh on co-authoring the article titled, “Legacies and Futures for Global South Research”, published by Third World Quarterly. Read article
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