The Muslim Philanthropy and Civil Society book series presents critical research on how Muslims practice philanthropy as an important aspect of their faith. The series emphasizes engagement with Muslim practice by relating to, as well as challenging, conventional understandings of philanthropic and civic activity. This series aims to encourage the growth of scholarly interest in the emerging field of Muslim philanthropic, nonprofit, and civil society studies. Created under the auspices of the Muslim Philanthropy Initiative at the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at Indiana University and the independent Center on Muslim Philanthropy, the series seeks diverse work written by scholars and practitioners to serve a growing readership of academics, nonprofit executives, trustees, and volunteer leaders. Potential authors interested in the series should contact the Editorial Director, Dee Mortensen email@example.com.
Series Editor: Shariq Siddiqui