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About Arab Studies Journal

  

About ASJ

Arab Studies Journal (ASJ) is a peer-reviewed, multi-disciplinary research publication in the field of Arab and Middle East Studies. ASJ is published by the Arab Studies Institute (ASI) and is housed in the Center for Contemporary Arab Studies at Georgetown University. The contents of the Journal do not necessarily represent the opinions of either Georgetown University, the Arab Studies Institute, the Center for Contemporary Arab Studies, the editors, or the Editorial Review Board. ASJ content is determined by the Arab Studies Journal's Editorial Review Board (below) in conjunction with its Editorial team, and is distributed by Tadween Publishing، 


Editorial Review Board: 
Lila Abu Lughod, As‘ad AbuKhalil, Nadje al-Ali, Sinan Antoon, Walter Armbrust, Rochelle Davis, Ellen Fleischmann, William Granara, Lisa Hajjar, Rema Hammami, Michael Hudson, Wilson Chacko Jacob, Toby Jones, Zachary Lockman, Timothy Mitchell, Kirsten Scheid, Judith Tucker, Robert Vitalis.


Editorial Staff:

Founding Editor - Bassam Haddad

Co-Editors - Nadya Sbaiti & Sherene Seikaly

Senior Editor - Dina Ramadan

Managing Editor - Lizette Baghdadi

Associate Editor - Chris Toensing

Assistant Editor - Amanda Steinberg

Book Review Managing Editor - Allison Brown

Book Review Editors - Charles Anderson, Naira Antoun, Samuel Dolbee, Anjali Kamat, Amir Moosavi, Ahmad Shokr, and Elizabeth Williams

Business Manager - Nicholas Oxenhorn

Circulation Manager - Chris Scott

Research & Development Manager - Nour Joudah

Researchers - Nada Soudy and Renata Dimitrova

Website Editor - Ziad Abu-Rish

Webmaster - Bien Concepcion

Art Direction and Design - Future Anecdotes & Necdet Sahin

Type Setting - Tore Erel, FAI


Submissions:
 Please see our submissions page for submission instructions, transliteration notes, and complete submission style requirements. All submissions must include the author's name, institutional affiliation, address, telephone number, and email address. The Journal conforms to the Chicago Manual of Style. Transliteration follows a modified International Journal of Middle East Studies system. The editors of the Arab Studies Journal reserve final editorial authority.

Guidelines and deadlines for submissions and advertising are available upon request.


Review copies and donations should be sent to:  

Arab Studies Journal
CCAS, ICC 241,
Georgetown University
Washington, DC 20057



© 2012 Arab Studies Journal. Printed in the USA. ISSN # 1083-4753.

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