Judaism, Christianity, and Islam – Tension, Transmission, Transformation (JCIT) brings together innovative volumes exploring the reception and mediation of ideas and practices in the three monotheistic traditions of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, from antiquity to the twenty-first century. Monographs, collected works, text editions, and bibliographic databases address their intertwining relations in various historical and geographical contexts. The series is intentionally interdisciplinary, inviting proposals across disciplines dealing with at least two of these three religions. Among the research areas to be studied are, for example, Greek, Hebrew, Syriac, Arabic, Latin, and Ottoman cultural spheres; the Enlightenment and modernity in various contexts; imperialism, colonialism, postcolonialism, and globalization. Attention is given to exegesis and intertextuality, political models and patterns of social order, spiritual symbols and images, scholarly interactions and mystical experiences. The series is relevant to scholars as well as to those interested and engaged in interreligious exchange.