Resources and FAQs
Answers to Frequently Asked Questions my be posted here. Links to helpful documents will be listed on this page.
Information for authors, reviewers, and editors
Aims & Scope
The scope of ITJ is broad, focused on topics in all areas of knowledge that engage with Islam as a faith, idea, event, and institution since the seventh century to the present. We invite scholars whose works deal with these subjects from any discipline including Astronomy, STEM sciences, Social Sciences, Economics, Humanities, Arts, Literatures, Philosophy, Religious studies, Business, Law and Jurisprudence, and Health Sciences.
It is ITJ editorial policy that articles be based on original research that is informed by recent discoveries and methodological innovations. ITJ evaluates manuscripts that have not been published elsewhere in any language and are not under consideration for publication elsewhere.
The Editorial Office is maintained through the support of the non-profit research organization, IQ Systems Research. The Editorial Board operates independently.
Guidelines, Procedures, and Processes
Documents containing guidelines, procedures, and processes for submitting, reviewing, and publishing articles are listed below.
- Code Of Ethics and Professional Responsibilities
- Editorial Standard and Publishing Process
- Guidelines for Authors and Reviewers (These are general guidelines to help authors understand the process; reviewers, once they commit to reviewing an article, will be provided with a link to a form that they must fill out to report about the manuscript assigned to them.
Question-and-Answer forum will remain open on the old site until the feature is made available on the new platform.