Judul : Islamic Studies in World Institutions of Higher Learning
Penyunting : Abd. Samat Musa, Hazleena Baharun & Abd Karim Abdullah
Penerbit : Kolej Universiti Islam Malaysia
Genre : Agama
Mukasurat : 103 halaman
Cetakan Pertama : 2004
ISBN : 9834100744
The papers collected in this book were presented at the International Conference on Islamic Studies in World Institutions of Higher Learning, organized by the Islamic University College of Malaysia, KUIM on 29-30 July 2002, in Kuala Lumpur. The contributions explore various challenges as well as prospects of Islamic studies in the United Kingdom, Japan, Indonesia, Malaysia and Egypt. The contributors agree on the urgent need to equip teachers and students of Islamic studies with relevant skills and dynamic approaches to prepare them to face the many challenges of globaliza- tion.
The primary objective of the conference has been to gain a better understanding of Islamic education and to chart the way forward. The conference aimed to evaluate the role, direction as well as the potential of Islamic studies to promote Islam as the best alternative for solving problems in the world. Hopefully, the conference will also strengthen the cooperation ,among Islamic academicians and their respective nations.
The contributors agree on the need to reform the education systems in Muslim nations. The traditional model, where Islam is studied in isolation from modern studies, needs to be reviewed. The very understanding of Islam needs to be revitalized. Certain branches of Islamic studies need to be revisited.
Islamic Studies in British Universities: Challenges and Prospects - M.A. Zaki Badawi
lslamic Studies at Universities in Japan: Challenges and Prospects - Tjahjo Pranato
The Making of Islamic Studies in Indonesia - Azyumardi Azra
Islamic Studies In institutions of Higher Learning in Malaysia: Challenges and Prospects - Muhamad Muda
Issues and Challanges in Islamic Studies in the Era of Globalization - Sidek Baba
Islamic Studies in the Era of Globalization: A Special Reference to Undergraduate Economics Programmes in Malaysia - Nik Mustapha Hj Nik Hassan.
Islamic Studies in Egypt - Ahmad Mossad Zaki
Islamic Studies at Universities in Pakistan: Challenges and Prospects - Anis Ahmad
lslamic Studies in Universities in the Era of Globalization: Challenges an Prospects - Ala'eddin Khorafa