The 13th Kuala Lumpur International Islamic Studies And Civilisations Conference 2021


Introduction

The breadth and diversity of research areas concerning Islamic Studies and Civilisations is a testimony of the importance of this discipline especially when it involves more than 1 billion of Muslim worldwide. In the wake of misunderstanding and misconception of Islam and Muslims that have become more common and extensive in these decades, it is vital for everyone to understand the true meaning Islam ad its noble teachings and that Muslim scholars have left their marks in various area of studies and civilisation that contribute to human development.

The conference will bring together scholars and practitioners who are interested to present their papers in a diverse range of areas pertaining to Islamic Studies, Islamic Civilisation and other related fields. KLiISC provides a good forum for academic exchange in cross- cultural approach and beyond. Our main aim is to stimulate discussion, debate, informed dialogue and research on Islam, knowledge and civilisation relating to it. This opportunity could be used as a way to broaden international and educational networks and relationship. For details of research areas, please look at major field of research. All papers must be submitted online and are subject to blind-peer review of our committee. Rewards are provided for best papers and all presented papers will be published in a proceeding with ISBN. We will provide you a letter of acceptance or invitation letter for your visa application or financial sponsorship from your institution. Therefore, you are encouraged to submit your paper at the earliest time possible.

Conference Details (formerly)

12-13 June 2021 (Saturday and Sunday)
Bangi Resort Hotel, Bangi, Selangor, Malaysia

Important Dates

  • Abstract Deadline:  20 March 2021 
  • Abstract Acceptance Notification:  23 March 2021 
  • Full Paper Deadline:  10 April 2021 
  • Full Paper Acceptance Notification:  15 April 2021 
  • Camera-ready/Revised Paper Deadline:  30 April 2021 
  • Early Bird Deadline:  15 May 2021 

Theme

"Challenges and Opportunities of Covid 19 to the Sustainable Development Goals"


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A Not-To-Be-Missed Conference

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