Paper tracks

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All Accepted peer-reviewed papers will be published in journal  ADVANCED SCIENCE LETTERS ( indexed by SCOPUS. The published papers will be identified in scopus as article journal. Potential authors pllease read the Instructions for Authors.

  1. Authors submitting papers more than 5 pages, should pay additional pages of USD55 per page.
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  3. Author should include Dates of Submission and Date of Acceptance and Email address of *Corresponding Author on the first page of their manuscript.
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International Conference on Islamic Studies and Civilisation (ICISC2017) is an interdisciplinary academic conference which seeks empirically grounded and multidisciplinary work on Islam and Muslim civilization in the Modern world and beyond. The conference addresses a wide-range of issues, spanning the history of Muslim societies, Quranic studies, exegesis and tradition, Islamic education and dakwah, Muslim politics and social movements, gender justice, and Islamic philanthropy and development. This conference promotes excellent scholarship or articles on Islam that present original findings, new ideas or concepts that result from contemporary research projects in Islamic studies, area studies (i.e. Southeast Asia, South Asia, and the Middle East), social sciences, and the humanities. This conference will provide a wide opportunity for researchers to meet international researc collaborators and to publich their works in peer-reviewed scholarly journals.

Conference Chair: Dr. Hilman Latief (Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta)

Track 1. The History of Contemporary Muslim Societies
Track Director: Dr. Muhamad Ali  (Universit of California, Riverside, USA)
1.      Islam and regional studies
2.      The diversity of Muslim culture
3.      Muslim minority groups, Urban Muslims and cosmopolitanism
4.      Muslim encounters with other religious communities
5.      Muslim civil society organizations
Track 2. The Dynamics Development of Islamic Education
Track Director: Dr. Din Wahid (UIN Syarif Hidayatullah)
1.      Madrasah and Pesantren  
2.      Islamic curricullum and modern schools
3.      Formal and informal islamic education
4.      Islamic literature and teaching materials in Islamic schools
5.      Teachers training for Islamic schools
Track 3. Muslim Politics and Social Movement
Track Director: Dr. Syahrul Hidayat (University of Exeter, UK)
1.      Islamic social movement
2.      Political Islam and Muslim parties.
3.      Islam and the state
4.      Islam in the era of terrors
5.      Terrorism and violence in the Muslim world
Track 4 Dakwah and Transnationalism
Track Director: Dr. Ahmad Najib Burhani (LIPI, Jakarta)
1.      Islamic transnationalism
2.      Dakwah and global movement.
3.      Salafism in the Muslim World
4.      Dakwah and Media
5.      Dakwah and Interreligious dialogue
Track 5. Tradition, Islamic Law and Muslim Legal Thought
Track Director: Dr. Zakiyuddin Baidhawi (IAIN Salatiga)
1.      Fatwa in Muslim societies.
2.      Family law
3.      Islamic Law and secularism in Muslim societies
4.      Contemporary Muslim legal thought
5.      The implementation of Shari'ah
6.      Halal industries   
Track 6. Muslim Philantropy and Social Justice
Track Director: Dr. Tuti Alawiyah (Universitas Muhammadiyah Jakarta)
1.      Poverty in Muslim societies
2.      Islamic framework of philanthropy
3.      Social justice in Islam
4.      Philanthropy and social disparity
5.      Muslim philanthropy and the private sector