The Australian Journal of Islamic Studies is an open access, double-blind peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the scholarly study of Islam. The journal publishes original research articles, essays and book reviews related to Islamic sciences to promote the flow of ideas, exchange and discussion of research findings. 

AJIS strives to contribute to academic inquiry by positioning Islamic sciences as its main focus and encouraging its contributors to comprehensively consider the different facets of Islam. Contributions are encouraged and welcomed from Australian and international academics in Islamic theology, philosophy, sociology, jurisprudence, contemporary studies, comparative religion, spirituality, Qur’anic and Sunnah studies, history and art.

AJIS aims to provide a forum for the study of Islam and Muslim societies in a global context with added focus on the Australasian region. It encourages interdisciplinary studies of the Islamic world that are cross-national and comparative to encourage interaction among academics from relevant and various traditions of learning.

AJIS publishes at least two volumes per year. Journal items are published collectively, as part of an issue with a table of contents. Special issues of the journal are also published and are overseen by guest editors, accordingly.

​Refer to the guidelines in the How To Submit tab for more information on how to submit manuscripts to the AJIS.