Scope & Research Areas

Scope & Research Areas of "Al-Durar Research Journal" - A Double-Blind Peer-Reviewed Journal Focusing on the Core Field of Arabic & Islamic Studies

The scope of "Al-Durar Research Journal" encompasses a wide range of topics related to Arabic and Islamic studies, including but not limited to:

  1. Quranic Studies: Analysis and interpretation of the Quranic text, its themes, and historical context.

  2. Hadith Studies: Critical analysis of Hadith literature, its authenticity, and its relevance to contemporary Islamic thought and practice.

  3. Islamic Jurisprudence (Fiqh): Studies on Islamic law and its application in modern times.

  4. Islamic History: Research on Islamic history, including the early Islamic period, the life of Prophet Muhammad, and the development of Islamic civilization.

  5. Arabic Language and Literature: Studies on Arabic linguistics, literature, and poetics.

  6. Islamic Ethics and Spirituality: Studies on Islamic values and principles, including ethical and spiritual teachings.

  7. Islamic Education: Research on Islamic education and its role in contemporary Muslim societies.

  8. Comparative Religion: Comparative studies of Islam and other religions.

  9. Contemporary Issues: Studies on contemporary issues related to Islam and the Islamic world, including but not limited to gender, politics, social justice, and human rights.

  10. Islamic Art and Architecture: Studies on Islamic art and architecture, including calligraphy, painting, and design.

  11. Sufism: Studies on Islamic mysticism and spirituality, including the history, teachings, and practices of Sufism.

"Al-Durar Research Journal" welcomes interdisciplinary research that combines Arabic and Islamic studies with other fields, such as philosophy, sociology, anthropology, psychology, and political science. The journal also welcomes critical analyses, reviews, and commentaries that contribute to the academic discourse in the field of Arabic and Islamic studies.

Overall, "Al-Durar Research Journal" provides a valuable platform for scholars, researchers, and students of Arabic and Islamic studies to contribute to the advancement of knowledge and scholarship in the field, promoting greater understanding and appreciation of Arabic and Islamic culture, heritage, and traditions.