Comparative Islamic Studies


Ulrika Mårtensson, The Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Complete Collection
​Islamic Studies Collection

Selected Articles:
AfroDiasporic & Indigenous Studies
South & East Asia
Theory, Method & Special Topics

Comparative Islamic Studies aims to advance research on Islam through comparisons between Islam and other religions, and between religious and non-religious factors and disciplines. Regarding Islam and other religions, CIS extends the scope of comparisons of Islam and Islamic Scripture from the traditional focus on Judaism and Christianity to include religions of Antiquity, Africa, South- and South East Asia, China, Oceania, Europe and the Americas, as well as contemporary new religious movements, spirituality and the various types of esotericism.

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  • issn
    ISSN:1743-1638 (online)
  • publisher
    Equinox Publishing Ltd.
  • publisher place
    Sheffield (U.K.)