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Journal of Al-Tamaddun

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Print ISSN: 1823-7517

Website: http://umrefjournal.um.edu.my/publish/JAT/



Jurnal Al-Tamaddun adalah jurnal akademik antarabangsa diterbitkan dua kali setahun bermula 2012   (bulan Jun dan Disember) oleh Jabatan Sejarah Dan Tamadun Islam, Universiti Malaya, Kuala Lumpur. Ia adalah jurnal terujuk dan akses terbuka. Jurnal ini mengandungi artikel dan kajian ilmiah meliputi bidang sejarah, Tamadun, pemikiran, sistem dan aspek pembangunan dari perspektif Islam menggunakan bahasa Melayu, Inggeris dan Arab. Ia di index oleh Index Islamicus, EBSCOhost, UlrichsWeb, Open J-Gate, DOAJ, Malaysian Citation Index (MyCITE) dan Malaysian Abstracting and Indexing System (MyAIS) serta secara tidak lansung oleh Google Scholar.
 
Journal of Al-Tamaddun is an international refereed academic journal published biannually from 2012 onward  (in June and December) by the Department of Islamic History And Civilization, Academy of Islamic Studies, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur. It is a peer review and open access journal. It publishes articles and research papers pertaining history, civilization, thought, system and development from Islamic perspective in Malay, English and Arabic. The Journal is indexed by Index Islamicus, EBSCOhost, UlrichsWeb, Open J-Gate, DOAJ, Malaysian Citation Index (MyCITE) and Malaysian Abstracting and Indexing System (MyAIS), and subsequently by Google Scholar.
EDITORIAL INFORMATION:

Editor-in-Chief : Aizan Ali @ Mat Zin

Editorial Board :
Editorial Board

Mohd Roslan Mohd Nor
Abdullah Yusof
Aizan Ali @ Mat Zin
Faisal @ Ahmad Faisal bin Abdul Hamid
Norhayati Haji Hamzah
Tarek Ladjal
Nurulwahidah Fauzi
Asyiqin Ab Halim
 
Honorary Editors
 
Ismail Ibrahim
Institute of Islam Hadhari,
National University of Malaysia - UKM
 
H. Faisal Ismail
UIN Yogyakarta, Indonesia
 
Brannon Wheeler
Center for Middle East and Islamic Studies,
United States Naval Academy, USA
 
Carolina Lopez C.
Tec de Monterrey, Mexico
 
R. Stephen Humphreys
Department of History,
University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
 
Jacob G Ghazarian
Wolfson College,
University of Oxford, UK
 
Mohamed Ibrahim al-Qureishi
Department of History,
University of Tikrit, Iraq.
 
Kang Kyoung Seok
Dept. of Malaysia and Indonesia,
Pusan University, Korea.
 
Carl W. Ernst
Center for the Study of the Middle East and Muslim Civilizations,
University of North Carolina, USA
 
Abdul-Nabi Isstaif
Dept. of Arabic, University of Damascus, Syria.
  



SUBMISSION GUIDELINES :

CODE OF CONDUCT AND BEST PRACTICE: Author(s) should conform to the standard of Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).

1.    Journal of al-Tamaddun – JAT – It covers multi-disciplinary study of Islam and Muslim, in particular issues related to Islamic history and civilization such as Muslim community and development. All submitted manuscripts are subject to initial appraisal by the Editor, and, if found suitable for further consideration, to peer review by independent, anonymous expert referees. All peer review is double blind and submission is via email. JAT is biannual, published by the Department of Islamic History and Civilization, University of Malaya, Malaysia.
2.    All articles, scripts or reviews submitted for consideration to the JAT should have a title page indicating the article title, author’s full name (in the form preferred for publication), and author’s affiliation (including mailing address and email address). JAT prefers that articles submitted be sent electronically in MS Word format to j.tamaddun@gmail.com. Articles submitted in hardcopy by mail must be typed, double-spaced and submitted with cd / pen drive. All manuscripts sent to JAT will not be returned.
 
3.    JAT articles generally range between 4,000 and 7,000 words depending on the subject matter.
 
4.    Abstract in English and in the language of the article is required. Please also provide 5 chosen keywords. JAT prefers footnotes as a referencing system. it requires a complete citation--author, title, place of publication, publisher, and date of publication--upon first use of a source, and an abbreviated form of citation thereafter.
 
5.    Footnotes references must follow the following format:
 
a)         Book: Full name of the author(s) (Year), Title of the book (italic), Place of publication: Publishing house, page number. Examples: John L. Esposito (2010), The Future of Islam, New York: Oxford University Press, p. 5 or pp. 3-7.
b)        Journal: Full name of the author(s) (Year), “Title of the article,” Name of the Journal (italic), number or volume and issue, page number. Example: Fadi Alarabi (2009), “Islamicjerusalem: The First Qiblah,” Journal of Islamicjerusalem Studies, Vol. 10, Winter, p. 16 or pp. 2-5. Frederick C. Conybear (1986), “‘Antiochus Strategos’ Account of the Sack of Jerusalem in A.D. 614,” The English Historical Review, Vol. 25, no. 99, p. 503 or pp. 513-516.
c)         Chapter or article in a book: Full name of the author(s) (Year), “Title of the article or chapter,” surname of the author(s) or editor(s) of the book, Name(s) and Initial(s). Title of the book (italic), City: Publisher, page number. Examples: Abdul Aziz Duri (1990), “Jerusalem in the Early Islamic Period: 7th – 11th Century AD,” K. J. in Asali, (ed), Jerusalem in History, Essex: Scorpion Publishing, p. 105 or pp. 126-129.
 
6.    The article must provide bibliography. Bibliographic references must follow the following format:
 
a)         Book: Surname of the author(s), Name(s) and Initial(s) (Year), Title of the book (italic), Place of publication: Publishing house. Examples: Esposito, John L. (1996), The Future of Islam, New York: Oxford University Press.
b)        Journal: Surnames of the author(s), Name(s) and Initial(s) (Year), “Title of the article,” Name of the Journal (italic), number or volume and issue, pages comprising the article within the journal. Example: Alarabi, Fadi (2009), “Islamicjerusalem: The First Qiblah,” Journal of Islamicjerusalem Studies, Vol. 10, Winter, 1-26. Conybear, Frederick C. (1986), “‘Antiochus Strategos’ Account of the Sack of Jerusalem in A.D. 614” The English Historical Review, Vol. 25, no. 99, 502-516.
c)         Chapter or article in a book: Surname of the author(s), Name(s) and Initial(s) (Year), “Title of the article or chapter,” surname of the author(s) or editor(s) of the book, Name(s) and Initial(s), in Title of the book (italic), City: Publisher, pages comprising the article or chapter within the book. Example: Duri, Abdul Aziz (1990), “Jerusalem in the Early Islamic Period: 7th – 11th Century AD,” in Asali, K. J. (ed), Jerusalem in History, Essex: Scorpion Publishing, 105-129.

Note: This is an open access journal which means that all content is freely available without charge to the user or his/her institution. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles in this journal without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author. This is in accordance with the BOAI definition of open access.

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