Journal of Islamic Civilizatioan
Vol. 5 No. 1 (2023)

Publications in this period contained many themes about Sufism, including studies on the value of socio-Sufistic teachings that can be integrated with government political policies related to the orientation of non-formal Islamic education in Indonesia, as well as Islamic education activities through the Taklim Council. However, there are also several other studies regarding comparative studies of the thoughts of figures on science and religion issues, Islamic and western culture, and the application of Melayu Beraja Islam in Brunei Darussalam's state life.

Journal of Islamic Civilization
Vol. 4 No. 2 (2022)

Publications in this period contained several Islamic aspects, namely about Islamic boarding school culture and education, pluralism, as well as studies of Montgomery Watt's thoughts in relation to Islamic studies, especially Watt's opinions regarding the relationship between the three divine religions (Judaism, Christiani and Islam). And one of the interesting things is the phenomenon that the religious value of Muslims in the Middle East and North Africa is decreasing. The authors in this edition come from several countries, including Indonesia, Malaysia and Tanzania.

Journal of Islamic Civilization
Vol. 4 No. 1 (2022)

This edition contains many studies about Islam in Southeast Asia, including the process of the arrival of Islam, the development of Islam in Mindanao, there is also a study of traditional Islamic texts which tell the story of the history of Malay Islam, especially Aceh, and what is interesting is also the expression of hijrah in urban society. only present in everyday real social life spaces, but also through virtual spaces. In this edition there are several authors from abroad, including those from the Philippines, Malaysia and Taiwan.

Journal of Islamic Civilization
Vol. 3 No. 2 (2021)

This edition contains a lot of discussion about Islam and social society which is very interesting as a material for discussion about Islam. Among them are about the culture of Muslims in Thailand, the concept of religious harmony in the Qur'an, and the strategy of da'wah in Islam from the perspective of Ludwig Wittgenstein. Hopefully some of these articles provide benefits and progress of Islam.

Philosophy and Social Change
Vol. 3 No. 1 (2021)

This issue explains about Philosophy and Social Change. This edition discusses more about the study of developing Islamic philosophy, as well as studies on social change in the modern era, including the solution to the Bangsamoro mujahideen conflict in Mindanao, the Philippines. In this edition there are also several articles on interdisciplinary Islamic studies. The results of some of these studies are very good as material in advanced research.

Islamic and Social Science
Vol. 2 No. 2 (2020)

This issue explains about Islam and social sciences. Very interestingly, the research results try to solve the meaning of Islamic studies through social sciences such as the thoughts of Paul Ricouer and Karl R. Popper. The research results in this issue are very interesting to be discussed and investigated further. Interdisciplinary science also appears in the discussion of articles in this issue.

Homeland Global Economic and Religion
Vol. 2 No. 1 (2020)

This issue describes national issues including the study of Pancasila and local Indonesian traditions that also influence global economic politics. In all these concepts there is a concept of Islamic contextualization, especially in solving research problems. besides that there are also interesting articles about the economy of Saudi Arabia. The contribution of the results of this research provides insight into Islamic scholarship and studies, and opens opportunities for future researchers to fill research gaps.

History and Social Change
Vol. 1 No. 2 (2019)

This issue discusses two main interrelated topics, namely history and social change. History seeks to bring back the pattern of past events in the context of present and future events so that they have an impact on social change. The research results in this issue have a high contribution in Islamic studies, especially the history of Islamic thought, and open opportunities for other researchers to continue research recommendations in this issue.

Identity and Regional Politic
Vol. 1 No. 1 (2019)

This issue discusses two main concepts, namely identity and regional politics. Identity in this issue is related to tradition and culture from an Islamic perspective. While regional politics is related to the theme of political contestation and voter behavior. These two concepts are interesting to discuss and have high novelty and contribution to Islamic scholarship and studies. In addition, the research results in this issue open up opportunities for further researchers to conduct further research.