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  • IIUM Journal of Religion and Civilisational Studies
    Vol. 3 No. 1 (2020)

    This June 2020 issue of IIUM Journal of Religion and Civilisational Studies extends our commitment to engage with a wide range of topics related to civilisational studies with a distinct orientation towards religions and morality as principal catalysts in civilisational and human development. 

  • An Inaugural Issue
    Vol. 1 No. 1 (2018)

    This Inaugural Issue starts with a modest number of contributions consisting of four articles and one viewpoint besides the Editorial note. The articles in this issue are all country-specific. This has its own advantage particularly in gaining deeper insights into the religious/civilisational issues that take place in the respective countries. For this issue, a special concentration is on Nigeria (three articles) with the inclusion of two other writings on Russia and Malaysia respectively.

  • IIUM Journal of Religion and Civilisational Studies
    Vol. 2 No. 2 (2019)

    This issue blends the ideas and thoughts of a group of authors with diverse interests and specialisations presented in five articles, one Viewpoint and one Book Review. At the broadest level, the two vocations or niches of our Journal namely ‘religion’ and ‘civilisation’ are maintaine. dIt is quite obvious that each of the selected articles contains in one form or another one or both of these niches with varying degrees of incorporation.   

  • IIUM Journal of Religion and Civilisational Studies
    Vol. 3 No. 2 (2020)

    This issue blends the ideas and thoughts of a group of authors with diverse interests and specialisations presented in four articles and one Book Review. At the broadest level, the two vocations or niches of our Journal namely ‘religion’ and ‘civilisation’ are maintained. It is quite obvious that each of the selected articles contains in one form or another one or both of these niches with varying degrees of incorporation.   

  • IIUM Journal of Religion and Civilisational Studies
    Vol. 2 No. 1 (2019)

    The Journal is primarily meant for accommodating themes and issues related to religion and civilisation confined not only to events and concerns of the past but are deeply relevant to the present and the future. Thus, the articles that are included in our Journal this time reflect these three broad time frames – past, present and future. We trust that each selected article that addresses a particular issue is important in its own right and can be perceived in light of religion and civilisational studies in one way or the other.