Call for Papers

The conference organizer is cordially invites academics, practitioners, scholars, researchers, policy makers of any government to present their papers in KLiISC8. Papers should be submitted through online and will be blind reviewed by two reviewers. We are also welcome and highly encourage postgraduate students to present their research proposal or literature review or findings or issues in this conference with a very special registration fees. Papers may address, but not restricted to, the main theme from any of the following sub-themes. Unlisted but related sub-topics are also acceptable.

Islamic Studies and Civilizations

  • Contemporary Islam and the Question of Muslims/non-Muslim Relations
  • Diversity within Islam
  • Extremism and Terrorism
  • Fiqh Biah and Environmental Issues
  • Fiqhul Awlawiyyat
  • Globalization
  • Integration of Knowledge
  • Intellectual History
  • Interreligious Relations
  • Islam and Authenticity
  • Islam and Development
  • Islam and Science
  • Islam and Business Practice
  • Islam and Culture
  • Islam and Democracy
  • Islam and Education
  • Islam and Gender Relations
  • Islam and Higher Learning
  • Islam and Humanities
  • Islam and International Relations
  • Islam and Management
  • Islam and Natural Disaster
  • Islam and The Challenge of Pluralism
  • Islam in The Media
  • Islam; Arts, Sciences and Culture
  • Islam; History and Religion
  • Islam; Law and Politics
  • Islamic Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Islamic Art and Architecture
  • Islamic Astronomy
  • Islamic Banking Law Comparison
  • Islamic Commerce
  • Islamic Economics and Finance
  • Islamic Ethics and Governance
  • Islamic Feminism, Gender and Sexuality Studies
  • Islamic Fiqh
  • Islamic Medicine
  • Islamic Muamalat and Islamic Finance
  • Islamic Social Enterprise
  • Islamic Human Rights
  • Maqasid Al Syariah
  • Medieval and Modern Studies
  • Muslim As Minority Group
  • Muslim Marriage and Family
  • Nutrition Biotechnology Issues
  • Philosophy and Islamic Civilization
  • Philosophy and Theology
  • Principle of Wasatiyyah
  • Qawaid Fiqhiyyah
  • Qur’anic Studies
  • Sociology of Islam
  • Sunnah Studies
  • Syariah Judicial System
  • Theory and Method in Islamic Studies
  • Women and Children in Islam
  • Other related topics
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