​​Working Papers

Research papers generated by the programme are available below in multiple languages relevant to Muslim contexts.

The papers are drawn from the Dialogues seminar series and the programme's workshops.​

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​“Governance in the Iranian Constitutions of the Twentieth Century: A Comparative Perspective”

Presenter: Said Arjomand​, Stony Brook Institute for Global Studies​

Working Papers: Ar​abic​English​Bahasa-Indon​esia​Urdu​​

“Not Your Father’s Islamic State: Islamic Constitutionalism for Today’s Sharia-Minded Muslims”

Presenter: Asifa Quraishi-Landes, University of Wisconsin

Working Papers: Ar​abic​En​glish​​ | Bahasa-Indon​esia​Urdu​

“Governance and the Constitution in Palestine: From Books to Action and Back”

Presenter: Asem Khalil, Birzeit University

Working Papers: Ar​abic​English​​ | Bahasa-Indon​esia​Urdu​

“Governance and the Constitution in Bahrain: A Sociologist’s Reading”

Presenter: Abdulhadi Khalaf​, Lund University

Working Papers: Ar​abic​English​Bahasa-Indon​esia​Urdu​

"Constitutional Design in Islamic Countries: Comparative Notes on Turkey, Egypt, and Tunisia"

Presenter: Ergun Özbudun, Istanbul Şehir University​

Working Papers: Ar​abic​English​Bahasa-Indon​esia​Urdu​


"Islamists, Musl​imists and the application of modern Islamic political thought"

Presenter: Mark Sedgwick

Working Papers: Ar​abic​English​Bahasa-Indon​esia​Urdu​

"Ayatollah Khomeini’s Political Theory and Public Interest"

Presenter: Mohsen Kadivar

Working Papers: Ar​abic​English​Bahasa-Indon​esia​Urdu​​

ISMC does not take specific positions; accordingly, all views expressed in the papers should be understood to be solely those of the author(s).​