INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ISLAMIC THOUGHT AND CIVILISATION (ISTAC-IIUM)
Niche Areas and Specialisations
International Institute of Islamic Thought and Civilisation (ISTAC-IIUM)
International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM), No.24, Persiaran Tuanku Syed Sirajuddin, Taman Duta, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
ISTAC EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDAR
Niche Areas and Specialisations
ISTAC NICHE AREAS
Islamic Thought, Civilisation and Sustainable Development
Prof. Dr. Berghout Abdelaziz
Prof. Dr. Thameem Ushama
Malay-Islamic Civilisation and the Modern World
Prof. Dr. Ahmad Murad Bin Mohd Noor Merican
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mehmet Ozay
Dr. Wan Ali @ Wan Yusoff Bin Wan Mamat
Peace and Security Studies from a Civilisational Perspective
Asst. Prof. Dr. Ahmad El-Muhammady
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Danial Mohd. Yusof
Prof Datuk Osman Bakar
Islam, Family and Gender Studies
Religious and Comparative Civilisational Studies
Asst. Prof. Dr. Imtiaz Ahmed Shaukat Ali Yusuf
|ISLAMIC THOUGHT AND CIVILISATION|
Deals with all issues and topics related to classical & contemporary Islamic Thought and Civilisation. (Methods, history, scholars, ideas, impacts, releventisation, critical assessment, applications, etc.
|ISLAH AND TAJDID IN ISLAMIC HISTORY|
Deals with issues and topics of renewal and reform in the history of Islamic civilisation, present and future. Schools, theories, methods and patterns of renewal. Inter and multi-disciplinary approaches to civilisational change are welcomed. Systems thinking, sustainable development sciences and civilisational approaches to renewal.
|ECONOMIC, POLITICAL THOUGHT & INSTITUTIONS IN ISLAMIC CIVILISATION|
Deals with issues & topics of economic, political, social, legal, educational, cultural & administrative nature in Islamic Civilisation. Comparative studies of Islamic systems are also welcomed. Releventisation of Islamic systems and comparative studies are welcomed.
|OTTOMAN CIVILISATION AND THE MODERN WORLD|
Deals with issues and topics of Ottoman and other civilisations such as Chinese, indian, Western,.. Past, present and future aspects are also encouraged. Comparative and value based approaches and applications are welcomed.
|SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY & ENVIRONMENT IN ISLAMIC CIVILISATION|
Deals with issues & topics of sciences, technology, environment. Comparative and values based approaches and applications are welcomed. Past, present and future aspects are also encouraged. Comparative & interdisciplinary methods are welcomed.
|ISLAM, FAMILY AND GENDER STUDIES|
Deals with issues of Islam and family in a civilisational perspectives. All related topics of family and gender studies can be approaches from Islamic comparative perspectives.
|LANGUAGE, ARTS AND LITERATURE IN ISLAMIC CIVILISATION|
Deals with all issues and topics related to languages, arts and literatures. Philological and cultural aspects are welcomed. Comparative studies perspective is encouraged. New developments in these areas are welcomed.
|ISLAM AND OTHE RRELOGIONS: A COMPARATIVE CIVILISATIONAL AND CULTURAL APPROACH|
Deals with Islam and its relations with other religions of the world from a civilisational and value based frameworks and methods. Comparative studies are encouraged.
|EDUCATION AND ITS INSTITUTIONS IN THE ISLAMIC WORLD|
Deals with education in it broad sense including philosophy, history, epistemology, objectives, methods, processes, institutions and impacts on individual and society. Comparative studies between the Islamic civilisation and other civilisations are encouraged.
|MALAY WORLD ISLAMIC CIVILISATION|
Deals with all issues and topics related to Malay world as civilisation and culture. The scope does not only focus on history but also the present and future. (Methods, history, scholars, ideas, impacts, releventisation, sociao-cultural, political economic and civilisational perspectives are welcomed.