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    Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East
    Duke University Press
    905 W. Main St., Suite 18B
    Durham, NC 27707
    cssaame@dukeupress.edu

    Senior Editors:
    Timothy Mitchell, Columbia University
    Anupama Rao, Barnard College

    Editorial Collective:
    Lila Abu-Lughod
    Partha Chatterjee
    Mamadou Diouf
    Kai Kresse
    Mahmood Mamdani
    Christine Philliou
    Sheldon Pollock

    Managing Editor:
    Liz Beasley

    Founding Editors:
    Vasant Kaiwar
    Sucheta Mazumdar

    Editorial Assistant:
    Casey Primel

    Contributing Editors:
    Kamran Ali
    Arjun Appadurai
    Sara Berry
    Allison Busch
    Indrani Chatterjee
    Jean Comaroff
    Fred Cooper
    Hamid Dabashi
    Veena Das
    Lara Deeb
    James De Lorenzi
    Faisal Devji
    Souleymane Bachir Diagne
    Beshara Doumani
    Andreas Eshete
    Samera Esmeir
    Khaled Fahmy
    Leela Gandhi
    Michael Gilsenan
    Elizabeth Wolde Giorgis
    Mona Harb
    Gillian Hart
    Engseng Ho
    Christophe Jaffrelot
    Kajri Jain
    Shamil Jeppie
    Sudipta Kaviraj
    Rashid Khalidi
    Vukile Khumalo
    Tijana Krstic
    Saba Mahmood
    Ussama Makdisi
    Karuna Mantena
    Chakanetsa Mavhunga
    Lisa Mitchell
    Yael Navaro-Yashin
    Vasuki Nesiah
    Steven Pierce
    Sanjay Reddy
    Janet Roitman
    Mrinalini Sinha
    Susan Slyomovics
    Meltem Toksoz
    Peter van der Veer
    William van Schendel
    Lisa Wedeen

  • Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East (CSSAAME) is an interdisciplinary journal that publishes original scholarship on South Asia, Africa, and the Middle East. The journal seeks to bring the study of "area" into conversation with a rethinking of "theory" and "the disciplines." Its aim is twofold: to ask how area and region have grounded the production of geohistorical universals and, conversely, to attend to the specificity of non-Western social, political, and intellectual formations as these challenge normative assumptions of social life, cultural practice, and historical transformation. The journal has an explicit commitment to working across temporal divides to challenge the modernity of concepts (and the social forms to which they are addressed) in addition to exploring how concepts and practices might be rethought and redeployed through new narratives of connection and comparison.

    CSSAAME aims to produce content that is not only thoughtful but also well-written and accessible to a multidisciplinary audience. Therefore, clear, well-articulated, jargon-free prose will be highly valued when submissions are evaluated. Response time is generally three to six months. Submit manuscripts online at www.editorialmanager.com/cssaame. Send correspondence to cssaame@dukeupress.edu.

    Submission Types and Length

    Because CSSAAME accepts submissions in various forms, there is no set length for them. As a general guideline, full-length articles are approximately 8,000 to 10,000 words. Other types of submissions for which word count is not an adequate measure (for instance, photo-essays) should be between ten and twenty-five pages.

    We also encourage the submission of work that incorporates other media, such as images, video, or sound. If you would like to submit such work for consideration, please contact the editorial office directly with an abstract or proposal.

    Citations

    Submissions are required to have both footnote citations and a bibliography. Provide a shortened citation in the footnotes rather than the full citation, which is included only in the bibliography. For reference, see section 14.14 of The Chicago Manual of Style, sixteenth edition. Authors are encouraged to limit the use of footnotes to acknowledgment of sources and parenthetical or tangential ideas. Self-citation is unnecessary.

    Transliteration

    In general, a word should be transliterated only if there is no acceptable English equivalent. If no such equivalent is available, authors should follow the ALA-LC romanization tables for the respective language (www.loc.gov/catdir/cpso/roman.html) when possible.

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  • Description

    Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East (CSSAAME) seeks to bring region and area studies into conversation with a rethinking of theory and the disciplines. Its aim is twofold: to ask how area and region are implicated in the production of geohistorical universals and, conversely, to attend to the specificity of non-Western social, political, and intellectual formations as these challenge normative assumptions of social life, cultural practice, and historical transformation.

    The journal is committed to working across temporal divides and asking how concepts and practices might be rethought and redeployed through new narratives of connection and comparison.

    Abstractors and Indexers:

    Indexed/abstracted in the following: Current Abstracts, GEOBASE, Index Islamicus, International Bibliography of Periodical Literature (IBZ), International Bibliography of the Social Sciences, Scopus, SocINDEX.

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