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New issues of Mamlūk Studies Review are added annually to Knowledge@UChicago, the digital institutional repository for the University of Chicago. A recent reorganization of the collection in Knowledge@UChicago provides readers with a more user-friendly interface to browse all issues of Mamlūk Studies Review.

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What is Mamlūk Studies Review?

Mamlūk Studies Review is an open access journal devoted to the study of the Mamluk Sultanate of Egypt and Syria (648–922/1250–1517). It was founded in 1997 by Bruce Craig, emeritus Bibliographer for Middle Eastern Studies, as part of a suite of Mamluk studies resources that continue to be cultivated in the Library's department of Middle Eastern Studies with the assistance of production manager Olaf Nelson. The journal published its twenty-fifth volume in January 2022 and has featured the work of distinguished scholars from around the globe such as Carl Petry, Doris Behrens-Abouseif, Reuven Amitai, and Sato Tsugitaka, as well as the early works of emerging scholars in the field. Originally appearing in print, the journal switched to online-only, open access, in 2009, and all of the print issues were retrospectively digitized. It was the very first journal to enter Knowledge@UChicago as a full run. Questions concerning Mamlūk Studies Review can be directed to Marlis J. Saleh, Editor and Bibliographer for Middle Eastern Studies.

How can I read issues of Mamlūk Studies Review?

The journal can be browsed via the Mamlūk Studies Review collection found on Knowledge@UChicago or via the journal’s website.

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