Mamlūk Studies Review
The Middle East Documentation Center at The University of Chicago
Editor: Marlis J. Saleh, The University of Chicago
Associate Editor: Frédéric Bauden, University of Liège
Reuven Amitai, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Doris Behrens-Abouseif, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London
Anne F. Broadbridge, University of Massachusetts
Vanessa de Gifis, Wayne State University
Li Guo, University of Notre Dame
Th. Emil Homerin, University of Rochester
R. Stephen Humphreys, University of California, Santa Barbara
Igarashi Daisuke, Waseda University
John L. Meloy, American University of Beirut
Carl F. Petry, Northwestern University
Warren C. Schultz, DePaul University
Bethany J. Walker, University of Bonn
Patrick Wing, University of Redlands
John E. Woods, The University of Chicago
Founder and Editor Emeritus: Bruce D. Craig, The University of Chicago
Production: Olaf G. Nelson, The University of Chicago
Mamlūk Studies Review is published by the Middle East Documentation Center (MEDOC), The University of Chicago.
ISSN (printed volumes): 1086-170X
E-ISSN (electronic version): 1947-2404
Mamlūk Studies Review is an annual, Open Access, refereed journal devoted to the study of the Mamluk Sultanate of Egypt and Syria (648-922/1250-1517).
The goals of Mamlūk Studies Review are to take stock of scholarship devoted to the Mamluk era, nurture communication within the field, and promote further research by encouraging the critical discussion of all aspects of this important medieval Islamic polity. The journal includes both articles and reviews of recent books.
Submissions of original work on any aspect of the field are welcome, although the editorial board will periodically issue volumes devoted to specific topics and themes. Mamlūk Studies Review also solicits edited texts and translations of shorter Arabic source materials (waqf deeds, letters, fatawa and the like), and encourages discussions of Mamluk era artifacts (pottery, coins, etc.) that place these resources in wider contexts. An article or book review in Mamlūk Studies Review makes its author a contributor to the scholarly literature and should add to a constructive dialogue.
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