The quarterly journal of Interdisciplinary Studies in the Humanities is an open access double blind peer reviewed journal established, published, owned, and copyrighted by Institute for Social & Cultural studies affiliated to the Ministry of Science, Research & Technology. It aims to create a space of dialogue from the interdisciplinary perspective of different practical, empirical and theoretical researches involved in the fields of the humanities. In this way, it becomes possible to confront and interpret the complex systems that underpin contemporary society. The journal is committed to publishing innovative scholarly writing from academics and professionals around the world. Specific topics include (but are not limited to): 

Nature of interdisciplinarity and current interdisciplinary studies;

The necessities for becoming interdisciplinary;

History of interdisciplinary in the world;

Experiences of interdisciplinarity in the world and Iran (focusing on islamic world and developing countries);

Indigenous features of interdisciplinarity (with emphasize on it’s problem-solving);

Method in interdisciplinarity;

Theories of interdisciplinarity;

Pathology of interdisciplinarity and interdisciplinarities;

Corresponding between interdisciplinaries in Education;

Iranian experiences in interdisciplinary studies (old and new experiences);

Study of views and thoughts of researchers in interdisciplinary area;

Interdisciplinary Outcomes for different Institutions (Education, Religion, Family, Politics, Art, etc.);

Economic, Culture, Society and Interdisciplinary;

Interdisciplinary beyond academic domains;

The Possibility of division in sciences according to interdisciplinary issues and subjects;

Religious or secular interdisciplinary;

Interdisciplinary studies and evolution in science (specially in humanities sciences);

Interdisciplinary and war;

Water crisis;

Information technology; the challenges of elites;


Interdisciplinary and modern concepts (Responsibility, Tolerance, Liberty, Equality, and etc.);

Water crisis and environment;

Planning and policy-making in development;

Cultural policy-making in education;

Security and tourism development;



Violence in society;

Scientific misconduct in doing research;

Administrative corruption;