ReOrient is an international journal published biannually by Pluto Journals every spring/summer and autumn/winter on the newly emerging field of Critical Muslim Studies.
Print ISSN 2046-6056 / e-ISSN: 2046-6064
ReOrient is an international, double blind peer-reviewed journal that seeks to publish quality research on the newly emerging field of Critical Muslim Studies. We encourage a decolonial, post-positivist, post-orientalist and post-Eurocentric approach to the analysis of the historical and contemporary political, socio-economic, and cultural processes that are constitutive of the Islamicate in its widest-ranging permutations.
ReOrient is an interdisciplinary journal that has no geographical focus but is dedicated to rethinking those entities and events considered to lie outside the conceptuality of Western hegemony – culturally, geopolitically and philosophically.
ReOrient is an international journal published biannually by Pluto Journals every spring/summer and autumn/winter. All articles are double blind peer reviewed. The Journal is now indexed by Scopus. The Journal’s its own website where further information can be found here.
S. Sayyid, University of Leeds, UK
AbdoolKarim Vakil, Kings College London, UK
Uzma Jamil, McGill University, Canada
Haroon Bashir, Markfield Institute of Higher Education, UK
Warren Chin, Kings College London, UK
Yasin Aktay, Yıldırım Beyazıt University, Turkey
Ruth Mas, Berlin Graduate School Muslim Cultures and Society, Freie Universität, Germany
Shaireen Rasheed, Long Island University, USA
Jasmin Zine, Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada
Juliane Hammer, University of North Carolina, USA
Barnor Hesse, North-Western University, USA
Nadia Fadil, KU Leuven, Belgium
Santiago Slabodsky, Hofstra University, USA
SherAli Tareen, Franklin and Marshall College, USA
International Advisory Board
Talal Asad, City University of New York, USA
Farid Esack, University of Johannesburg, South Africa
Boaventura de Sousa Santos, University of Coimbra, Portugal
Richard W. Bulliet, Columbia University, USA
Hatem Bazian, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Brian Klug, St Benet’s Hall, University of Oxford, UK
Asma Lamrabet, Rabita Mohammadia of the Moroccan Ulema, Morocco
Ramon Grosfoguel, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Galip Dalay, Al Sharq Forum, Turkey
Elena Arigita Maza, University of Granada, Spain
Karima Laachir, Australian National University, Australia
Ella Shohat, New York University, USA
Please see the submission guidelines here.
For editorial inquiries: Sophie Steel S.Y.Steel@leeds.ac.uk, or email@example.com
For book reviews: Haroon Bashir, Haroon.firstname.lastname@example.org
For publishing inquiries: Kush Westwood, Kush@plutojournals.com
|ScienceOpen disciplines:||Literary studies, Religious studies & Theology, Social & Behavioral Sciences, History, Philosophy|
|Keywords:||Critical Muslim Studies, Islamic studies, Global South studies, orientalism, decolonial thought, political philosophy, social theory, history of ideas, anti-colonialism, critical race theory|