DINIKA: Academic Journal of Islamic Studies is a peer-review journal in the “field” of Islamic studies, devoting to provide an intellectual niche of new Islamic trends in society and beyond, published three times a year (January-April, May-August, and September-December) by IAIN (State Institute for Islamic Studies) Surakarta, Central Java, Indonesia.
Two decades or more, in the global scheme, Islamic studies have been enforced to take broader paradigms from dogmatic-theology to popular-religious. Islamic studies is not merely discussing on sacred corpus only, but everyday life of Islam also. In academic space, this “field” has increasingly been an intersection—if not a contestation—across disciplines, such as political science, anthropology, sociology, history, economics, media and cultural studies.
Dinika: Academic Journal of Islamic Studies published by:
IAIN (State Institute for Islamic Studies) Surakarta
Jln. Pandawa No. 1 Pucangan Kartasura Sukoharjo
Central Java, Indonesia, 57168
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