The Journal of Arabic, University of Karachi is a peer-reviewed research journal available in both Print (ISSN: 2959-2577) and Online (ISSN: 2959-2585) formats. It holds recognition from the Higher Education Commission (HEC) in the  Y Category, signifying its academic quality and relevance. It serves as a multidisciplinary academic research journal and is supported by an esteemed International and National Editorial and Advisory Board, representing various fields of research. The journal is published by the Department of Arabic at the University of Karachi.

Aims and Objectives

Journal of Arabic is launched with the primary aim of fostering the scholarly exploration of Arabic and Islamic studies. It is devoted to examining both classical and contemporary aspects of Arab culture, including literature, languages, history, philosophy, and civilization, while also exploring intercultural interactions between Arab societies and other cultural domains throughout history. From a broader perspective, the journal welcomes contributions across various domains of Arabic and Islamic literature, encompassing the Qur’an, Sunnah, Islamic jurisprudence, historical narratives, Seerah studies, education, educational administration, Islamic social systems, comparative analyses of Arab, Islamic, and Western ideologies, studies of Islamic and Arabic manuscripts, as well as inquiries into anthropology of religion, applied anthropology, ethnology, ethnography, philosophy, and ethical, social, and religious inquiries pertinent to scientific research.

The primary objective of the journal is to serve as a reliable platform for disseminating current advancements in the field, offering a venue for the publication of high-quality research articles, and making them accessible to researchers worldwide. It aspires to be an indispensable resource for scholars seeking the latest insights and developments in Arabic and Islamic studies. Moreover, the journal actively seeks to contribute to the evolution of new scholarly methodologies and problem-solving approaches. In addition to accepting original research contributions in Arabic, Urdu, and English, the journal encourages interdisciplinary dialogue and collaboration across diverse academic communities.

Vol. 1 No. 2 (2023): Journal of Arabic, University of Karachi (July to December 2023)

Published: 2023-09-30

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