Third Annual Conference
Monday 11 - Tuesday 12 April 2016
Senate House, University of London
PLEASE NOTE: THIS CALL FOR PAPERS IS NOW CLOSED
Call for panels and papers
Following BRAIS’s successful conferences in Edinburgh (April 2014) and London (April 2015), the organisers invite proposals for whole panels or individual papers on any aspect or sub-discipline of Islamic Studies, for the Third Annual Conference of BRAIS. Islamic Studies is broadly understood to include both Muslim-majority and Muslim-minority contexts as well as historical, textual, contemporary anthropological and sociological approaches.
Pre-arranged panels are particularly welcome on themes within the subject area, such as:
- Qur’anic studies
- Sociology of Islam
- Muslims in Britain/Europe/North America and other minority contexts
- History, Medieval and Modern
- History of Science
- Philosophy and theology
- Muslims in Africa and Asia
- Intellectual History
- Islamic Art and Architecture
- Diversity within Islam
- Economics and Finance
- Gender Studies
- Islam in the Media
- Interreligious Relations
Individual proposals will also be considered, and, if accepted, will then be grouped with similar submissions by the conference organisers.
For panels, a 200-word outline of the theme of the panel, together with 200-word abstracts of each paper and the details of each presenter, should be submitted using the form which is available HERE. Please save the document as follows: "Surname of panel chair_first name of panel chair_panel". Example: "Smith_John_panel".
For individual papers, a 200-word abstract of the paper should be submitted using the form which is available HERE. Please save the document as follows: "Your surname_your first name_paper". Example: "Smith_John_paper".
ALL PANEL AND PAPER SUBMISSIONS MUST BE IN ENGLISH. SUBMISSIONS IN LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED.
Notification of accepted panels and papers will be circulated in January 2016.
Further details about the Association, including how to join, can be found at www.brais.ac.uk. Registration for the conference will open in February 2016, and early registration is recommended as limited space is available.