Journals

  • MANAGIERE: Journal of Islamic Educational Management

    MANAGIERE is the root of the term Management comes from Latin, which means to do, carry out, or take care of something. MANAGIERE: Journal of Islamic Educational Management a peer-reviewed journal on Islamic educational management field and intended to communicate original research and current issues on the subject. This journal is published by Postgraduate UIN Kiai Haji Achmad Siddiq Jember, twice a year (May and November). The specific scopes are ranged from but not limited to: Leadership in Islamic Education, Islamic Education Policy, Management of Curriculum and Instruction in Islamic Education, Human Resource Management in Islamic Education, Management of Public Relation in Islamic Education, Islamic Education Financing, Islamic Education Marketing, Organizational Culture in Islamic Education, Conflict Management in Islamic Education, Management of Guidance and Counseling in Islamic Education, and Management of Infrastructure and Facilities in Islamic Education. The editors welcome scholars, researchers and practitioners of Islamic educational management around the world to submit scholarly articles to be published in this journal. All articles will be reviewed by experts before accepted for publication.

  • CREW Journal

    The CREW Journal is an open access journal published by Language Development Unit, State Islamic University of Kiai Haji Achmad Siddiq, Jember. It becomes a platform for researchers, academicians, practitioners or post-graduate students to disseminate outputs from their research grounded in current theoretical and conceptual lens.
    The CREW Journal offers critical and fresh insight into current issues particularly in foreign language education and language assessment and testing. However, it also receives submission in the areas of linguistics, literature, and applied linguistics. It also covers the following, but not limited to, research areas, including: Innovation in English and Arabic language teaching methodology; In-service and pre-service teacher professional development; Integration of technology into language teaching and learning; Foreign language education, second language acquisition, and curriculum; Educational linguistics and literature in English and Arabic studies.

  • ARKHAS: Journal of Arabic Language Teaching

    ARKHAS stands for "AR" Arabic, "KHAS" KH. Achmad Siddiq. It is an Arabic teaching journal published by PBA Pascasarjana UIN KH. Achmad Siddiq Jember, Indonesia. The editors invite experts and academics to contribute their manuscripts, whether in the form of research results, in-depth opinions, or book reviews relating to Arabic teaching themes. This journal is published periodically twice a year, the first issue in June, and the second issue in December as a vehicle for scientific communication around Arabic teaching written in Arabic or English.

  • International Journal of Islamic Education

    International Journal of Islamic Education (IJIE) is an online journal system (OJS) published by the Post Graduate Program of the State Islamic University of Kiai Haji Achmad Siddiq Jember, Indonesia. This is a biannual journal and is regularly published in June and in December. This blind reviewed journal covers issues on education and specifically on Islamic education in the Southeast Asia context.

  • IJIC: Indonesian Journal of Islamic Communication

    Communication journals have been scattered on various campuses, both undergraduate and postgraduate, in conjunction with broadcasting or da'wah, but all existing communication journals make communication an object of research, so it's no wonder they contain various communication theories that lead to da'wah and broadcasting skills. However, it is different from the Indonesian Journal of Islamic Communication which is under the auspices of the IAIN Jember Postgraduate Program. Postgraduate is under the auspices of IAIN Jember, which has the jargon as a center for Islamic studies in the archipelago, so various journal directions must be directed towards this jargon, including the Indonesian Journal of Islamic Communication as the Journal of Islamic Communication. Therefore, the Indonesian Journal of Islamic Communication does not make communication science an object but rather a subject capable of communicating religious issues and various lifelines, including culture, modernity, etc. At this stage, the journal Indonesian Journal of Islamic Communication integrates and interconnects various sciences to become new ones.

  • Mozaic: Islamic Studies Journal

    Mozaic: Islamic Studies Journal  (E-ISSN: 2830-5167) adalah jurnal peer-review tersamar ganda yang diterbitkan dua kali setahun oleh Program Pascasarjana Universitas Islam Negeri Kiai Haji Achmad Siddiq Jember, Indonesia.


    Mozaic  Drive Diri dalam Studi Islam yang merupakan penelitian lapangan, analisis konseptual, dan ulasan buku dari berbagai perspektif yaitu pendidikan, hukum, filsafat, teologi, tasawuf, sejarah, budaya, ekonomi, sosial dan politik. Jurnal ini mendorong artikel yang menggunakan pendekatan interdisipliner untuk topik tersebut dan bertujuan untuk menjembatani pendekatan antara pendekatan tekstual dan kontekstual untuk Studi Islam.


    Mozaik dikelola oleh editor di Program Pascasarjana Universitas Islam Negeri Kiai Haji Achmad Siddiq Jember, tetapi memiliki dewan terkemuka internasional terkemuka, termasuk sarjana dari Amerika, Belgia, India, Singapura, Malaysia, dan Indonesia. Jurnal peneliti ini akan membahas isu-isu penting bagi para sarjana, mahasiswa, dan studi Islam.


    Sebagai media untuk menyebarluaskan dan bertukar ide-ide ilmiah, Mozaic menyambut positif kontribusi dari para sarjana dari disiplin ilmu terkait dan mengundang setiap diskusi Studi Islam sebagai tujuan dan ruang lingkup untuk mempromosikan publikasi ilmiah tentang Islam dalam arti luas yang mencakup aspek normatif dan sejarah.

  • IJIEF: Indonesian Journal of Islamic Economics and Finance

    IJIEF (ISSN: 2615-7535) is a bilingual (Indonesia/Malay & English), academic, peer-reviewed journal published by the Department of Islamic Economics, Postgraduate Program, State Institute for Islamic Studies (IAIN) of Jember. The journal particularly focuses on topics related to Indonesian Islamic Economics, Islamic Banking, Islamic Finance, Islamic Accounting, Islamic Insurance (Takaful), Islamic Microfinance, Islamic Social Enterprises, Islamic Ethics, Zakah Shadaqa Infaq Waqf (ZISWAF), Islamic Political Economy, Islamic Philanthropy and other relevant topics. The journal is to provide readers with a better understanding of Indonesian Islamic economics and finance and present developments through the publication of research paper, conceptual paper, conference/seminar/workshop paper, case studies, book review, and technical report. This journal is dedicated to building a platform for academicians, market and those who interested in Islamic economics and finance studies to share, discuss, evaluate, and distribute their work, ideas, and opinions.

  • IJIL: Indonesian Journal of Islamic Law

    IJIL: Indonesian Journal of Islamic Law, published by Rumah Jurnal Research Centre of Departement of Islamic Personal Law, Postgraduate Program, State Islamic Institute of Jember since 2018. 


    The subject covers textual and fieldwork studies with various perspectives of Islamic Law, Islam and gender discourse, and legal drafting of Islamic Civil law. In the beginning the journal only served as a scholarly forum for the lecturers, professors, and students at the State Institute of Islamic Studies. However, due to the later development, the journal has successfully invited scholars and researchers outside the Institute to contribute.


    Until now, with the fair procedure of double peer-review, IJIL: Indonesian Jornal of Islamic Law continues to publish researches and studies concerned to Islamic Law, Gender Discourse, and Legal Drafting of Islamic Civil Law with various dimensions and approaches.


    IJIL: Indonesian Journal of Islamic Law, published twice a year, always places Islamic Family Law, Gender Discourse, and Islamic Civil Law in the central focus of academic inquiry and invites any comprehensive observation of Islam Family Law as a normative Islam and a system of society and Muslims as those who practice the religion with their many facets.