International Journal of Textual and Translation Analysis in Islamic Studies (TTAIS) is a double blind peer reviewed electronic quarterly publication concerned with appropriate aspects of Islamic terminology. TTAIS is an open access publication, which publishes of original research papers, review papers, case reports, and short communications across the fields of Islamic terminology.
TTAIS is licensed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0 International (CC- By 4.0). Licensees may copy, distribute, display and make derivative works only if they cite the original published TTAIS article.
Publication authorization is certified by the Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance; No. 91383. International Journal of Textual and Translation Analysis in Islamic Studies is a funded publication by Islamic Propagation Office of Qom Seminary, Khorasan Razavi Branch.
TTAIS may be helpful for Seminary and university scholars and national and international researchers in the field of Islamic studies translation. TTAIS has been launched for postgraduate and research disciplines which can get the knowledge from the disseminated information of the published articles in TTAIS, which is also so attractive in the global scale.
At global invention, TTAIS has the core values as:
TTAIS is a quarterly publication releasing four seasonal issues each year (Winter, Spring, Summer, Autumn). Exact schedule of publication for each season is as the following:
TTAIS has a very strong editorial board, whose members are recognized experts in the subject areas included within the journal’s scope. The full names and affiliations of the journal’s editors are provided on the journal’s Web site (http://ttais.akhs.bou.ac.ir/journal/editorial.board).
Open Access Policy
TTAIS provides open access to all content published in it to provide access to research results for the public and thus play an important role in the production and exchange of knowledge around the world. By using the open access policy, authors will be able to display their articles to the public without any restrictions. Therefore, their articles will be more cited and more searchable in indexing databases. TTAIS follows Budapest Open Access Initiative definition of Open Access.