Digital Islam is a research project that focuses on the Middle East, Islam, and digital media. It aims to analyze the various ways in which Islam and Muslim identities are articulated through information and communication technologies and the Internet. Its research materials include websites, digital videoclips, and videogames. The webpage provides free access to full texts and bibliographical database of research resources.

Publication Data

Digital Islam: Research Project on Islam, Middle East and Digital Media. Available online:
ISSN 1803-523X

List of Contributors

Jon W. Anderson, Catholic University of America
Kerstin Radde-Antweiler, University of Heidelberg
Carmen Becker, Radboud University Nijmegen
John Chesworth, St. Paul’s United Theological College
Marek Cejka, Masaryk University in Brno
Krystina Derrickson, Tulane University
Joshua S. Fouts, Carnegie Council
Simone Heidbrink, University of Heidelberg
Simona Hlavacova, Charles University in Prague
Jens Kutscher, Friedrich Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg
Libuse Martinkova, Charles University in Prague
Nadja Miczek, University of Heidelberg
Martin Riexinger, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
Vit Sisler, Charles University
Terenjit Singh Sevea, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies
Dominika Sokol, Charles University in Prague
Daniel Martin Varisco, Hofstra University
Abdulrahman Al Zaagy, University of Aberystwyth

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The project is supported by the Faculty of Arts of Charles University.