BRIIFS – Call For Papers 2024

The Royal Institute for Inter-Faith Studies is dedicating a special number of BRIIFS to publish the proceedings of the Conference “Non-Muslim contributions to Islamic Civilisation Heritage”, which was held in Amman, Jordan on 14th February 2024, organised by #RIIFS and #IFPO with the support of the French Embassy in Amman.

The conference brought together historians, philosophers and specialists of Islamic studies to shed light on and/or to bring new elements to any new or little-studied aspect of the phenomenon of the non-Muslims contribution to Islamic civilisation.

Main topics (but not limited to):

– Contributions of non-Muslim minorities in any field (intellectual, cultural, scientific, technological, medical, theological, philosophical, political, legal, economic, architectural, artistic).

– Non-Muslim contribution: Arab, Persian, Turkish, Kurdish, Greek, …and others, of different religions and backgrounds.

– Exogenous disciplines/ideas/thought that had an impact, were received and are an inherent part of Islamic civilisation.

– Influence of religions on Islamic civilisation and vice versa.

– Non-Muslims’ awareness (or not) of their contribution to and belonging to the Islamic civilisation.

To submit an article for consideration for publication in BRIIFS, please e-mail a complete manuscript (in the range of 6,000-15,000 words) and an abstract (max. 300 words) to:


Submission guidelines:

📌Deadline for submission is 30 November 2024.

📌For more details and submission guidelines: BRIIFS – The Royal Institute for Inter-Faith Studies or contact above e-mails.

THE BULLETIN OF THE ROYAL INSTITUTE FOR INTER-FAITH STUDIES [BRIIFS] is a refereed annual academic journal that publishes essays, articles, notices, and book reviews in #English, #French, and #Spanish. BRIIFS is intended to provide a venue for interdisciplinary academic inquiry into all fields of the humanities and social sciences that bear upon cultural or civilizational interaction, such as anthropology, archaeology, fine arts, history, literature, politics and sociology, and to situate cultural contact in a global context. The scope of articles submitted to the journal need not, therefore, be confined to the Middle East or to any fixed geographical region.

BRIIFS – Call For Papers 2024
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