Review of Middle East Studies
The Review of Middle East Studies (RoMES) is the Middle East Studies Association’s online journal of review, available through Cambridge Journals Online (http://journals. cambridge.org/rms) beginning in July 2015. Published twice a year, each issue includes research articles, essays, brief reports on emerging topics and issues, and approximately fifty reviews of books, films, music, software, and exhibitions relevant to Middle East studies.
The focus of RoMES is the state of the craft in all fields of Middle East studies, including Islamic and cultural studies, with an emphasis on new and evolving topics and issues in scholarship, including research methods, ethical issues, and pedagogy. RoMES addresses primarily the modern period but also publishes scholarship on premodern topics of interest to a wider audience of Middle East scholars.
RoMES is served by an editor, managing editor, and multiple associate editors representing different topic areas in Middle East studies.
Print issues of RoMES (through Volume 48, Nos. 1 & 2) are available for purchase from MESA. MESA members have access to RoMES as a benefit of their membership.
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