About the Journal

Journal of Islamic Politics (JISPOL) focuses on contributing to academic knowledge on the mental interrelationship between classical Islamic thought and contemporary academic disciplines. It prefers to work on this interrelationship because of the percieved gap in developing a comprehensive understanding of Islam and its contributions to the World. This effort takes its value from the newly-existing prejudices about Islamic perspectives on scientific development and also the need for improving Islamic perspectives to contribute to social welfare.

JISPOL is a peer-reviewed international journal and designed to promote international knowledge and understanding of Islamic political thought through publications, education, media, and arts. For this purpose, JISPOL encourages researchers to submit manuscripts that engage in cutting-edge theoretical debates and theoretically informed analysis. JISPOL publishes scholarly contributions across the full breadth of fields in Islamic Political Thought, from cutting-edge theoretical and methodological perspectives about topics of contemporary and historical interest.

JISPOL aims to publish theoretical and empirical research articles, book reviews, policy papers, and reports on eigth different disciplines related to Islamic politics: Political science, international relations, Islamic economics, international economics, business&management, xenophobia, regional studies, and political-psychology. Furthermore, JISPOL makes publications on other related contemporary and disciplinary issues. JISPOL will accept only articles in English. JISPOL can also publish special issues at any time. The normal period of publication has been determined as of July and December.