ICESTIIS 2021 Calls for Paper

Theme: Challenges and Opportunities for the Emerging World

*Sub-themes/Call for Abstracts but not limited to*:

  1. Islam, Muslims and the Problems of Minority and Occupations: Xingjian, Palestine, Myanmar, Thailand, Southern Philippines, and Western Countries: Strategic Position of Indonesia
  2. Developing Models of Religious Education to Counter Conservatism and Radicalism
  3. Challenges and Opportunities in the Implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)
  4. The Resilience of Islamic Principles in the Digital Era and Technology
  5. Religious Authority and Fatwa in the Digital Age
  6. Islam, Youth and Social Media
  7. Islamic Economic Challenges and Solutions
  8. Gender Equality from Islamic View
  9. Islam in South East Asia
  10. Restoring the Excellence of Islamic Civilization
  11. Education and Technology in Shaping the Muslim Personality
  12. Islamic Civilization Contributions to the Modern World
  13. The Importance and Roles of Linguistics in Islamic Studies
  14. Trans-integration of Knowledge and Islamic Studies
  15. Islam and the Role of Language and Culture
  16. Transnational Religious Actors and International Order in Emerging World
  17. Islam and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)
  18. Health and Psychological impact of Covid-19
  19. Disability and Children Friendly Education
  20. Challenges of Contextualization, Differentiation, and Simplification of the National Curriculum
  21. Clean and good governance in the emerging world
  22. System Dynamic on Social and Natural Science
  23. Smart City and Smart Village
  24. Pandemic Effects to Demography and Social Transformation
  25. Islamic Moderation in the Modern Age
  26. Digital Literacy to the Society

Important Date

Full Manuscript Submission:
September 15, 2021

Notification of Acceptance:
September 30, 2021

Early Registration:
October 8th, 2021

Final Camera Ready:
October 15th, 2021

Registration Deadline:
October 15th, 2021

Conference Date:
October 20-21, 2021

Submit Paper

Language

English, Bahasa and Arabic is the working language of the conference (Other languages also accepted if the participants could create a panel with minimum of three presenters with same foreign language). If they were not your native language, please have your papers read by a native speaker, or seek online services of proof reading to improve the language of your papers. Please note that your paper is subject to further review and it may be rejected if it is deemed that the language of your paper is not acceptable.

Template Manuscripts Used

Prepare your manuscript in readable and plain English, Bahasa and Arabic and between 6 to 8 pages based on the template

  • Manuscript template in English: EAI-CCER-Template-and-guideline
  • Manuscript template in Arabic: Here (to be announced)
  • Manuscript template in Bahasa: Here (to be announced)

Submissions

Paper submission is done through the EasyChair system. If you already have an account for EasyChair: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=iciis2021 just log in with your existing account. If you don’t have an EasyChair account you can register on the EasyChair Registration Page or during the paper submission process.

Revised your Papers

Please read carefully all reviewers’ comment and reflect them to improve your Final papers.

Publications

Accepted papers will be published in the ICESTIIS Conference Proceedings, or Published by reputable publishers. Selected papers will be recommended, with some revision (less than 25% on plagiarism check) to high reputable International Journals.

Registration

Fees

  • International Presenter USD 225
  • Indonesian Presenter (PTKIN) Rp. 1.800.000,-
  • Indonesian Presenter (Non PTKIN) Rp. 2.250.000,-
  • Participant Non Author: Rp. 900.000,-

The registration fee is valid for one author per paper. If a paper presented by more than one person, the other should register as participant non-author.

The fees include:

  • Access to all talks, and sessions
  • Certificate

Payment Method

ICESTIIS 2021

The conference aims to provide opportunities for lecturers, researchers, observers, social and environmental activists, and students from a variety of scientific disciplines especially those focused on interdisciplinary Islamic studies to share knowledge, scientific work and results in findings of one’s research,  aimed at making the proceedings and or articles to be published in publishers indexed by reputable indexers like Scopus. In addition, this conference is also held to build networks and relationships that can encourage research efforts and collaborative projects in addressing related issues so as to contribute to policymakers and stakeholders.

Place and time

The conference will be held on October 20-21, 2021 at the Graduate School of UIN Sulthan Thaha Saifuddin, Jambi. We also consider holding the meeting in form of a teleconference due to the Coronavirus-19 pandemic.

ICESTIIS 2021

Research in Islamic studies and Muslim societies today also increasingly uses interdisciplinary methods and approaches. In order to produce more objective findings, the researchers looked at the need to combine several methods or approaches to an object of study, so that they had additional considerations needed. These additional considerations add a more comprehensive perspective. In this way, in turn they can come up with better findings. Interdisciplinary Islamic studies dispute that Islam is monolithic, militaristic, and primarily Middle Eastern.

We are happy to announce that although this pandemic caused by the COVID-19, we still continuing to share knowledge on interdisciplinary through alternative meeting pathways, and we will enlighten it as soon as possible.

As in the general study of science, research in Islamic studies and Muslim societies today also increasingly uses interdisciplinary methods and approaches. In order to produce more objective findings, the researchers looked at the need to combine several methods or approaches to an object of study, so that they had additional considerations needed. These additional considerations add a more comprehensive perspective. In this way, in turn, they can come up with better findings. Interdisciplinary Islamic studies dispute that Islam is monolithic, militaristic, and primarily Middle Eastern. Instead, they look for the dynamic, contested, and performative nature of the forms and practices of Islam and Muslims (Andrew N. Wintraub, 2011, 2)

With the development of science supported by the development of information technology, such as in scientific studies in general, Muslim scholars and scholars of Islamic studies also take advantage of these developments in their studies. They study Islam and its societies from its antiquity, late antiquity, formative period, medieval, modern time up to the present looking for history, institution, agency, form, and practices.

Seeing the reality from the other side scientifically, the reality of Islam and its significance in history up to now can be seen as the same as the material that can be exchanged or traded. Ideas, sounds, pictures, and meanings are exchanged and traded in ways that have never existed before. Hyperreality that is now also accompanied by the development of methodologies can capture these developments. The nature of this development is of course not requiring a monolithic method and approach, but an interdisciplinary one.

Based on the above explanation, it is necessary to provide a scientific forum such as a colloquium that will appeal to them -individual scholars, practitioners, policymakers, especially postgraduate students to present their experiences, research findings, sharing ideas and experiences.

All accepted papers presented at this conference will have several options for publications, proceedings, and journals. Submit your manuscript through this link.


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