Studies in Islam and Science Nexus

Recent studies in the history of science in Islamic civilization are based on the discovery and study of new primary texts and instruments. This 4-volume series presents the most important works in the field, which have substantially revised the views of nineteenth-century historians of science. Taken together, these four volumes cover a whole range of issues in ground-breaking studies; they also shed new light on the ongoing academic debate surrounding the question of the decline of Islamic scientific tradition.
First published by Ashgate in 2012, all four volumes were re-issued by Routledge in 2016.

Ashgate 2012 edition