The Indonesian Journal of Islamic Literature and Muslim Society warmly welcomes scholars, postgraduate students, and practitioners to submit their best research articles that correspond to the topics. This journal covers textual and empirical, as well as classical and contemporary research on Islam, primarily focusing on Islam and Muslims.

  1. Literatur studies focus on exploring the crucial importance of the classical handwritten manuscripts or books of Islam. It is concerned with the written transmission of knowledge, the numerous varieties of Islamic literature, and its materials related to philology and thought.
  2. Empirical studies. The focus on committed to publishing scholarship grounded in empirical research and comparison of relevance to understanding the broader intellectual of Islam. Contemporary Indonesian Islam studies should be based on history, anthropology, sociology, education, law, economics, and political developments.