Introduction (Recognized by HEC in Y category)

The Journal of Islamic Thought and Civilization (JITC) is HEC recognized Journal, presents a trailblazing platform to Islamic scholars and social scientists for the publication of their research articles. The JITC is a peer reviewed, bi-annual Journal published in spring and autumn. We strive for a global readership and thus have always encouraged contribution from around the world. Further to this, our advisory board is truly reflective of our global view for the Journal. Furthermore, we hold ourselves subject to the quality parameters set by the Higher Education Commission of Pakistan (HEC). The Editorial Board of the Journal is currently determined to get the Journal indexed in well reputed databases. The scope of the Journal is deliberately given as wide a berth as possible; various aspects of Islamic Thought & Civilization, Social and Natural sciences, Islamic, Oriental and Occidental Studies, Comparative Religions and Civilizations as well as contemporary issues that interface with Islam in the current geopolitical environment are addressed.

For further details please check indexing and abstracting.

Aim and Scope

The scope of the Journal is deliberately given as wide a berth as possible; various aspects of Islamic Thought and Civilization, Social and Natural Sciences, Islamic, Oriental and Occidental Studies, Comparative Religions and Civilizations as well as contemporary issues that interface with Islam in the current geopolitical environment are addressed. It includes Qur’anic Studies, Hadith, Islamic Philosophy, Islamic Law, Islamic History and Society, Islamic Thought and Literature, Islamic Origins, Islam and Peace, Islamic Civilization, Muslim Societies, Islamic Philosophy and Theology, Indo-Islamic Civilization, Oriental and Occidental Studies in the context of Islam and Muslims, Comparative Religions, Conflict of Modernity and Tradition, contemporary issues like Growing Islamophobia, Critical Muslim Studies, Liberation Theologies, Anthropology of Islam, Postcolonial Studies and Muslims etc.