Spring 2012-Issue I
This is the third issue of the Journal of Islamic Thought and Civilization. Unlike the first two issues which focused on certain topics (first issue was on "Islam and Modernity" and second was on "Islamic Civilization – Potentials and Challenges"), this issue covers a diverse range of topics from wealth management in Islam to Foucault‘s refutation of religion and from reconstruction of humanities in Islamic perspective to a reflection on the Muslim world‘s resources. This variety of topics not only depicts heterogeneity of Islamic Thought and Civilization but may also attract the interests of researchers from multiple fields of life.
Fall 2012-Issue II
The present issue of the Journal of Islamic Thought and Civilization (JITC) comprises of the aesthetic aspect of Muslim culture, i.e., Epigraphy of Bengal andAndalusia and Architecture of Uzbekistan besides covering the mystic dimension of the Islamic Tradition of Imam Ghazali, RA. As in its previous issues, JITC has maintained its tradition of covering various aspects of Islamic Thought and Civilization. Readers of JITC will be pleased to note that with the publication of this issue, the journal is well on the way of being recognized by the Higher Education Commission of Pakistan. With the blessings of Allah and the prayers of our readers, we hope to achieve this recognition in the near future.