Jurnal Adabiyah

Jurnal Adabiyah:

This journal receives a national accreditation from Ministry of Research, Technology, and Higher Education Republic of Indonesia, Nomor 10/E/KPT/2019 on April 4, 2019, with the SINTA score: S2.

The Journal has been published by the Faculty of Adab and Humanity of Alauddin State Islamic University, Makassar, since 1997 and has been online since 2016 with the main themes on Humanities and Islamic Studies with the emphasis on interdisciplinary and intertextuality approach. The themes related to Islamic Studies are textual studies, scriptural traditions, Islamic law, and theology; and those related to Humanities are language, literature, history, and culture.

The journal of Humanities and Islamic Studies will provide the online collection of articles from 1997 up to now. The most updated information can be found on the website.

This journal is published twice a year, in June and December. The articles published on Adabiyah are highly selected based on their relevance and significance in their fields.

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Vol 21, No 1 (2021): Humanities

Humanities

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Volume 21 Number 1, 2021 / Humanities

Besse Wahida, Khaerun Nisa Nuur, Ibnu Hajar Ansori
Abstract - 169
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1-25
Sandra Dewi Dahlan, Mirotin Eka Wahyuningsih, Hasbi Assiddiqi, Edi Ardian, Rahmat Fajar
Abstract - 285
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26-41
Hasaruddin Hasaruddin, Sitti Mania, Ahmad Yani, Musyarif Musyarif
Abstract - 105
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42-56
Abdul Muiz Amir, Sahiron Syamsuddin, Siswanto Masruri
Abstract - 188
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57-81
Fachmi Alhadar, Safrudin Amin
Abstract - 72
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82-104
Arini Indah Nihayaty, Bagong Suyanto, Sutinah Sutinah
Abstract - 169
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105-128
Wahyuddin Wahyuddin, M. Abdul Hamid
Abstract - 96
129-160
M. Napis Djuaeni, Hasyim Ashari
Abstract - 114
161-187
Hasyim Haddade, Baso Pallawagau, Zaenal Abidin, Muhammad Zakir Husain
Abstract - 107
188-215
Nurhakki Nurhakki, Ahmad Sultra Rustan, Muhammad Taufiq Syam
Abstract - 60
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216-233
Nahdhiyah Nahdhiyah, Syahruni Junaid
Abstract - 41
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234-253