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            Islamophobia Studies Journal

            Volume 7Issue 1Spring 2022

            Produced and distributed by

            ISSN: 23258381 (print)

            EISSN: 2325839X (online)

            About the Cover The cover art work was designed by Hani Kharufeh, and was commissioned by the journal to draw attention to three articles focusing on Islamophobia in East Asia.

            About the ISJ  The Islamophobia Studies Journal is a bi-annual publication that focuses on the critical analysis of Islamophobia and its multiple manifestations in our contemporary moment.

            ISJ is an interdisciplinary and multi-lingual academic journal that encourages submissions that theorize the historical, political, economic, and cultural phenomenon of Islamophobia in relation to the construction, representation, and articulation of “Otherness.” The ISJ is an open scholarly exchange, exploring new approaches, methodologies, and contemporary issues.

             The ISJ encourages submissions that closely interrogate the ideological, discursive, and epistemological frameworks employed in processes of “Otherness”—the complex social, political, economic, gender, sexual, and religious forces that are intimately linked in the historical production of the modern world from the dominance of the colonial/imperial north to the post-colonial south. At the heart of ISJ is an intellectual and collaborative project between scholars, researchers, and community agencies to recast the production of knowledge about Islamophobia away from a dehumanizing and subordinating framework to an emancipatory and liberatory one for all peoples in this far-reaching and unfolding domestic and global process.

            Advisory Board Members Hishaam Aidi

            School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University, Global Fellow at the Open Society Foundation.

             Zahra Billoo

            Executive Director, CAIR San Francisco Bay Area Chapter (CAIR-SFBA).

             Sohail Daulatzai

            Program in African American Studies and Department in Film & Media Studies, University of California, Irvine.

             Sahar Aziz

            Chancellor’s Social Justice Scholar, and Middle East and Legal Studies Scholar, Rutgers University Law School.

             Sr. Marianne Farina

            Theology Department, Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology.

             Jess Ghannam

            Psychiatry and Global Health Sciences, School of Medicine, University of California, San Francisco.

             Sandew Hira

            International Institute of Scientific Studies, Amsterdam, Holland.

             Suad Joseph

            Department of Anthropology and Women and Gender Studies, University of California, Davis.

             Jasmin Zine

            Sociology & the Muslim Studies Option, Wilfrid Laurier University, Toronto, Canada.

             Farid Hafez

            Department of Political Science and Sociology, University of Salzburg.

             Tariq Ramadan

            Oxford University and Director of Research Centre of Islamic Legislation and Ethics, Doha, Qatar.

             Junaid Rana

            Program in Asian American Studies and Department of Anthropology, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.

             S. Sayyid

            University of Leeds, United Kingdom.

             Imam Zaid Shakir

            Islamic Law and Theology, Zaytuna College.

            Editorial Board Members Hatem Bazian

            Islamophobia Research and Documentation Project, University of California, Berkeley.

             Maxwell Leung

            Grinnell College and California College of the Arts.

             Munir Jiwa

            Center for Islamic Studies, Graduate Theological Union.

             Rabab Abdulhadi

            Race and Resistance Studies, San Francisco State University.

             Ramon Grosfoguel

            Department of Ethnic Studies, University of California, Berkeley.

            Editorial Staff Members Umer Mahmood

            Marketing and Circulation.

             Hani Kharufeh

            Design and IT.


            Statements of fact and opinion in the articles, notes, perspectives, and so on in the Islamophobia Studies Journal are those of the respective authors and contributors. They are not the expression of the editorial or advisory board and staff. No representation, either expressed or implied, is made of the accuracy of the material in this journal, and ISJ cannot accept any legal responsibility or liability for any errors or omissions that may be made. The reader must make his or her own evaluation of the accuracy and appropriateness of those materials.

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