Leiden University Centre for the Study of Islam and Society
Debates on Islam and Society (LUP)
With Leiden University Press, LUCIS publishes a peer-reviewed book series “Debates on Islam and Society” aimed at a broad audience. All books in this series are available in open access.
At present important debates about Islam and society take place both in the West and in the Muslim world itself. Academics have considerable expertise on many of the key issues in these debates, which they would like to make available to a larger audience. In its turn, current scholarly research on Islam and Muslim societies is to a certain extent influenced by debates in society.
Leiden University has a long tradition in the study of Islam and Muslim societies, past and present, both from a philological and historical perspective and from a social science approach. Its scholars work in an international context, maintaining close ties with colleagues worldwide. This peer reviewed series aims at disseminating knowledge on Islam and Muslim societies produced by scholars working at or invited by Leiden University as a contribution to contemporary debates in society.
Please visit the Debates on Islam and Society series page on the website of Leiden University Press.
Nikolaos van Dam
Baudouin Dupret (Rabat)
Marie-Claire Foblets (Leuven)
Jan Michiel Otto
Amalia Zomeño (Madrid)
Published in this series
Muhammad Adlin Sila, Being Muslim in Indonesia: Religiosity, Politics and Cultural Diversity in Bima (Leiden University Press 2021) | more information.
Ahmad Syafii Maarif, Islam, Humanity and the Indonesian Identity (Leiden University Press 2018) | more information.
Erik-Jan Zürcher (ed.), Jihad and Islam in World War I. Studies on the Ottoman Jihad on the Centenary of Snouck Hurgronje's "Holy War Made in Germany" (Leiden University Press 2016) | more information.
Kees van Dijk and Nico Kaptein (eds.), Islam, Politics and Change. The Indonesian Experience 1998-2013 (Leiden University Press 2015) | more information.
David Crawford and Bart Deseyn, Nostalgia for the Present: Ethnography and Photography in a Moroccan Berber Village (Leiden University Press 2014) | more information.
Maurits Berger (ed.), Applying Sharia in the West. Facts, Fears and the Future of Islamic Rules on Family Relations in the West (Leiden University Press 2013) | more information.
Jan Michiel Otto and Hannah Mason (eds.), Delicate Debates on Islam. Policymakers and Academics Speaking with Each Other (Leiden University Press 2011) | more information.
Call for book proposals
LUCIS invites authors to submit book proposals that fit the Debates on Islam and Society series. Published books in this series will most likely be available in open access. Please contact the series editors if you are interested.