Islamic Perspective is a bi-annual peer-reviewed academic journal published by the Institute for Critical Social Theory (formerly published by the London Academy of Iranian Studies). IP aims to create a dialogue between intellectuals, theorists, and writers from the Islamic world and their counterparts from the rest of the world.
The journal is especially interested in topics concerning Islam, Muslim culture and thought, and contemporary issues affecting Muslims, as well as other relevant areas regarding the social sciences, humanities, and cultural studies. The journal in open to all theoretical frames of interpretation, including the philosophical, theological, sociological, psychological, and the historical. Those that come from a critical perspective are especially welcome.
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