An INSTITUTE OF ISLAMIC
& ARAB STUDIES
& SOCIETY OF ISLAMIC HISTORY publication
OF ISLAMIC HISTORY
Dr Zafarul-Islam Khan (editor)
Prof. Abd al-Halim Awis, Dr Imad al-Din Khalil
Dr Abd al-Shafi Abd al-Latif, Dr Shihab al-Din al-Sarraf
Dr Mazin Motabbaqani
Journal of Islamic History,
published since 1995, is the only specialized and
refereed bi-lingual (Arabic and English) publication of its kind in the world.
It is devoted to a serious study of Islamic history from early Islam to
modern times. It has a panel of reputed contributors from all over the
world, especially from Middle Eastern universities.
OF THE PREVIOUS ISSUES OF JIH
ISSUE 1 (vol.
English papers: Sayyid Ahmad Shahid; Academic activities during
Akbar's times; Muslims in Manipur; Islam in Malabar.
Arabic papers: Ibn Khaldun's thought on Asabiyyah and
Arabism; Islamic solidarity in Andalus; The movement of Ahmad ibn Nasr al-Khuza'i; Islamic
ISSUE 2 (vol.
English papers: Sri Lanka: the Arab connection; The (Indian) Hijrat
Movement of 1920.
Arabic papers: Focus on Badi al-Zaman al-Nursi; Relief and its
social role in the Rashidun caliphs' era; Culture, civilization and art as understood by
(vol. I:3-4 (1996))
English papers: Can Islamic philosophy accommodate the Islamic
concept of history; Academic and translation activities during Akbar's time; Maulawi
Muhammad Ja'far Thanesari.Arabic papers: Basic rules and criteria in the
methodology of writing Islamic history; Issues of dealing with the Islamic political
history and thought; The Majdhubia Sufi Order in the Sudan; Emergence of the Buwaihids and
their State; Bases of the Islamic civilization; Re-writing (Islamic) history...
ISSUE 5 (vol.
English papers: The varieties of Islamic medicine in Sri Lanka. Arabic
papers: Sayyid Ahmad Shahid and the Mujahidin Movement in modern India; The
Omayyad-Fatimid struggle...; A study of the claim that Islamic history is secular and that
the Islamic Shari'ah was not applied after the Rashidun caliphs; Stand
of the Palestinian Arabs towards the zionist immigration; Originality of Islamic
ISSUE 6 (vol.
English papers: Pilgrimage in time-perspective: the West African
Arabic papers: The Mahdist Movement; Ottoman-Central Asian and
Caucasus relations (part I); Modern Mali; Guinea under French occupation; Recent changes
in the history curriculum in Egypt; Wathiqat Ahl al-Sudan of Ibn Fudi; Impact of
westernization; The political thought in the Maghrib during the Muwahhidun era,
ISSUES 7 - 8
(vol. II:3-4 (1997))
English papers: Muslim attitude towards science and technology in the
post-industrial era; Ahl-i-Hadith - a socio-religious reform movement in Kashmir
(1900-40); Jamiyah Muslim missionary society in Singapore; The Contribution of the Tughluq
Sultans to Islamic jurisprudence; Farmaans of Aurangazeb on Hindu Temples; Pan-Islamism
and the Muslims of Sri Lanka; Indonesian nationalism: a western invention; Hyderabad:
fifty years after the fall.
Arabic papers: Banu Munqidh and their role during the Crusades;
Khayruddin Barbarossa in Algeria; Glimpses from the history of the relations between the
Ottoman State and the Islamic countries of Central Asia and Caucasus (part 2); Islamic
resistance against the Crusades; Shaykh Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab and his reform
movement; Chinese immigration to Malaysia and the seeds of rubber plants; Opium Wars: a
black page of the history of colonialism in the East; Istiqamah (steadfastness)
in the Islamic civilization; Islam's minor and major histories; History of Jews and
Christians in the Muslim World; Particular and general in the historical experience;
Violations against the Islamic history in the school curricula (in Egypt).
ISSUES 9 - 10
(vol. III:1-2 (1998)) [forthcoming]
Special issue containing proceedings and papers of the International
Academic Seminar on Jerusalem and Palestine, held by the Institute of Islamic & Arab
Studies at New Delhi during 13 - 14 June 1998.
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