Right questions bring us the right answers and the right praxis.
JISPOL aims to ask the right questions about the reflections of the ongoing transformation process of the placement of local and traditional identities in the global political economy on Islamic and Muslim world. For asking these questions, JISPOL suggests that comparative methods will be very guiding for answering these questions and is inviting scholars to use comparative methods in their papers to submit to JISPOL. Although JISPOL also accepts papers written using different methods, JISPOL prefers to give priority to the comparative papers to publish.
Question 1: Interestless Economy
Question 3: Prophet Mohammad's Government Experiences
Question 2: Monitoring LGBT
Question 4: Convergence in Muslim world
Right projects bring us the right praxis and the right experience.
JISPOL aims to contribute to the literature by making academic projects on praxis and norms of the Muslim World into consideration. These research projects also help us understand more comprehensively and consistently the impacts of the ongoing transformation process of the placement of local and traditional identities in the global political economy. JISPOL very strongly invites scholars to offer their research projects to JISPOL on the relation between the transformation process and Islamic World. If JISPOL and the researcher are okay with the offer, then the two parties will make a protocol for the research.
You can see a sample of research projects as soon as possible.