The “Muslim Diversities” series offers a comprehensive exploration of the diversities that constitute the contemporary Islamic and Muslim social, political, economic and theological landscapes around the world. It challenges and deconstructs the assumption of homogeneity that pervades contemporary understandings of what constitutes today’s “Islam” and “Muslims”. Each of its three volumes seek to present a wide range of critically engaged and innovatively informed perspectives.
Innovative and interdisciplinary chapters for volumes II and III are now being invited. Focusing upon a specific community (which can be understood in terms of a community, organisation, group or other entity), both established academics and postgraduates as well as practitioners from a variety of backgrounds are encouraged to submit an abstract of no more than 500 words.
The deadline for submission of abstracts is November 30th 2007.