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3rd International Seminar on Islamic Thought to be Held in Malaysia

The 3rd International Seminar on Islamic Thought (ISoIT3 2018) is a medium of discussion for all Muslims over the world the issues pertaining to the Muslim and Islam.

It is a place where the Muslim scholars, researchers, academicians meet every five years to discuss the global issues related to Islam and non-Muslim counterparts. The Seminar will provide 3 Main Sessions for paper presentations by reputable scholars from renowned institutions and 16 Parallel sessions, comprising papers on different topics crossing through various academic disciplines and intellectual fields. In addition to the theoretical and practical disciplinary thrust reflected in Islamic-oriented studies, ranging from Education, Politics, Social Sciences, Economic, Banking and Financing, Muslim Unity, Environmental Protection, Administration, Management, Legal Studies, Philosophy, Contemporary Islamic Thought, etc. The Seminar deliberations will be conducted in Arabic, English and Malay. Simultaneous translation will be provided for participants if needed.

The First International Seminar on Islamic Thought (ISoIT1) -2004 – The First International Seminar on Islamic Thought (ISoIT) had been held in 2004 at National University of Malaysia, Bangi, Selangor, Malaysia. It was attended by 200 participants from various institutions over the world.

The Second International Seminar on Islamic Thought (ISoIT2) -2009 – The Second International Seminar on Islamic Thought (ISoIT2) had been be held at the National University of Malaysia, Bangi, Selangor, Malaysia. It was attended by more than 300 participants from various institutions over the world.

Themes of the Conference

  • Muslim Philosophy and Theology
    • Muslim Ethics and Moral
    • Islam and Arts
    • Islam, al-Quran and Hadith
    • Islam and Identity
    • Islam and Anthropology
    • Islam and Cognitive Science
    • Islam and Natural Sciences
    • Islam and Economics
    • Islam and Political Issues
    • Islam and Future Generations
    • Islam and Gender
    • Islam and Law
    • Islam and Psychology
    • Islam and Spirituality
    • Islam and Other Religions
    • Islam, Language and Civilization
    • Islam and Sciences
    • Islam and Sociology
    • Islam and Environmental Issues
    • Islam and Culture
    • Islam and Education
    • Islam and Human Rights
    • Islam, Communication and Information Technology
    • Islam and Middle East
    • Islam in Asia: Contemporary Issues
    • Islam in Africa: Contemporary Issues
    • Islam in the West: Contemporary Issues
    • Islam and Globalization

Important Dates

Seminar Date: 18-19 September 2018

Venue: Department of Theology and Philosophy, Faculty Of Islamic Studies, The National University of Malaysia

Website: ukm

E-mail: haidhar@ukm.edu.my

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