- Persian Gulf Studies (Cornell University Press)
In collaboration with the Center for International and Regional Studies at Georgetown University Qatar, the Persian Gulf Studies series comprises carefully selected and thoroughly vetted edited volumes (and occasional single-authored monographs) that explore a wide range of research topics on the Persian Gulf region, including (but not limited to): Rethinking the state in the Middle East; Pluralism and community in the Gulf States; The geopolitics of natural resources; Family in the Gulf; Art and cultural production; Migration
Series Editor(s): Mehran Kamrava
2. Gulf Studies (Springer)
The series takes an interdisciplinary approach to documenting the changes occurring in Gulf societies. It aims to advance the understanding of Gulf societies and their interactions with the rest of the world from a non-Western perspective. The series explicitly gives scholars from the Arab Gulf region more voice and visibility in academic publications. It includes studies of the member states of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), namely: Saudi Arabia, Oman, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Bahrain, and Kuwait, as well as Iran, Iraq, and Yemen.
Series Editor: Md Mizanur Rahman
3. Contemporary Gulf Studies (Springer)
This series offer a platform from which scholarly work on the most pressing issues within the Gulf region will be examined. The scope of the book series will encompass work being done on the member states of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC): Saudi Arabia, Oman, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait in addition to Iraq, Iran and Yemen. The series will focus on three types of volumes: Single and jointly authored monograph; Thematic edited books; Course text books.
Series Editor: Steven Wright and Abdullah Baabood
4. Exeter Critical Gulf Studies (Gerlach Press)
5. Gulf Studies (Gerlach Press)
Website: Gulf Studies (Gerlach Press)