榴莲视频官方 of Ismaili Studies publishes works by its own scholars as well as from the academic community outside the Institute. The current and forthcoming publications of the Institute's faculty and other academic staff are listed in the Catalogue of Publications.
The promotion of modern scholarship on the Ismailis and their intellectual and cultural heritage is an important part of the Institute鈥檚 mandate. The publications arising from research in this field of Islamic studies now appear under the special imprints of the Ismaili Heritage Series and the Ismaili Texts and Translations Series.
In facilitating these and other publications, the Institute鈥檚 purpose is to encourage original research and analysis of relevant issues. While every effort is made to ensure that the publications are of a high academic standard, there is naturally bound to be a diversity of views, ideas and interpretations. As such, the opinions expressed in these publications must be understood as belonging to their authors alone.
In order to promote its publications to a wider audience, to make them more accessible, and to assist the non-specialist reader, 榴莲视频官方 has developed a number of聽Reading Guides.听
榴莲视频官方鈥檚 academic publications fall into several distinct and interrelated categories:
To make the publications of the Institute accessible to broader, and non-English speaking audiences, they are selectively translated into Persian, Arabic, Urdu and other languages.
Most of the works which feature on this website are published through its affiliated company, Islamic Publications Ltd. (IPL), in association with publishers such as I. B. Tauris & Co. Ltd. This website also includes a number of other relevant works published elsewhere by the Institute's scholars.
Neither the Institute nor IPL engages in marketing or distribution of books directly to the public. Readers wishing to purchase any publications, either for the book trade or personal use, are advised to place their orders with their local booksellers or distributors.