Papers submitted for publication must conform to the following guidelines:

  • Papers should discuss the various topics relating to Islamic Studies in broader sense, not only Islam as religion per se, but also Islam and Muslims related to its historical, social, cultural, and political context, written either in Indonesian or English.
  • Articles submitted have not been published in other journals, original, research-based, unpublished and not reviewed for possible publications in other journals.
  • Articles containing introductions, results, discussions, conclusions.
  • Abstracts are written in English and Indonesian for up to 200 words, including introduction, method, result, and discussion.
  • Keywords contain three to five words / phrases separated by semicolons and arranged alphabetically.
  • The introduction consists of background studies, problems, methods, prior research and theoretical framework.
  • All submitted articles are subject to editor reviews, editorial teams, and reviewers.
  • Articles can be written in both Indonesian and English between about 6,000 - 8,000 words including tables, drawings, and references.
  • Excerpts, sections, and words in the local language must be translated into Indonesian or English, adapted to the language of the article.
  • All records should appear as excerpts in the oral / in-text quote NOT in the footnotes. A quotation and bibliographic style using Referencing Manager with a Chicago Manual of Style 16th edition (full note).
  • Posts that violate our guidelines in format or length will be rejected without a re-review.
  • The paper should be written based on the template and author guidelines.
  • This journal only accepts electronic submissions.

Notes: to see more details please download template and transliteration of Iklila Journal here.