The Turkish Journal of Islamic Studies (İslam Araştırmaları Dergisi) is a peer-reviewed academic journal published by the Center for Islamic Studies (İSAM) of the Türkiye Diyanet Foundation. The journal, which began publishing one issue per year in 1997, has been published twice a year (January and July) since 2001. It publishes original research articles, research notes, review articles, book reviews, symposium reviews, and obituaries in the fields of Islamic sciences and the history of Islamic culture and civilization.

In line with the foundational objectives of İSAM, the Turkish Journal of Islamic Studies aims to encourage scholarly publication in the aforementioned fields and to provide a reputable publishing platform for researchers.

The journal strictly adheres to academic standards and publication ethics, attaching utmost importance to the originality of its articles that have not been published in any other medium before. The manuscripts undergo scanning by a special plagiarism program and are examined for compliance with ethical rules. The final publication decision for research articles, which are evaluated through a double-blind refereeing procedure, rests with the Editorial Board.

The journal publishes articles in Turkish, Arabic, and English. An extended summary of 750-900 words in English is included at the end of the articles.

The Turkish Journal of Islamic Studies is indexed by ULAKBIM TR Index, Index Islamicus, the Modern Language Association Database, the ATLA Religion Database, ERIH PLUS, and SCOPUS.

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