as-Sikka السكة
The Online Journal of The Islamic Coins Group 
as-Sikka is a peer reviewed publication
ISSN 1496-4414 

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About as-Sikka

star1.JPG (775 bytes)Description:
as-Sikka  has been established to promote the study of Islamic numismatics through the e-publication of research articles, review articles, communications, and shorter reviews and studies. It is designed to allow members of the Islamic Coins Group as well as other contributors, to participate in activating Islamic numismatic research in a free and easily accessible medium.

We have shed the traditional publishing methodology and publish One volume per year. This volume, however, will be continually added to, and updated throughout the year, and will become final when the year is done.

star1.JPG (775 bytes)Submission of Articles to as-Sikka:
Manuscripts pertaining to Islamic numismatics, monetary or economic history as well as general numismatics, are welcome for publication in as-Sikka.

The Journal will also consider publishing review articles concerning communications, book reviews, and software reviews.

Authors should send submissions as a computer file directly by email to the Editor at [islamic_coins-owner@yahoogroups.com]. The submission can be in the form of attachments in Rich Text File, Text File or Word Document. Other documentation such as scans and figures can be sent as attachments as well. The email should introduce the Author, submission, and list the attachments and their purpose.

star1.JPG (775 bytes)Peer Review:
Papers will be subject to peer review by appropriate volunteers selected at the editors' discretion.

The peer reviewers are respected and long standing authorities in the field. They have consented to volunteer for this task. The Editor will respect their decisions as final. A list of the volunteer peer reviewers may be obtained by request. The anonymity of a specific article reviewer will be maintained unless the reviewer initiates contact with the author on their own initiative.

Depending on the opinion of the volunteer peer reviewers, articles will be:

(1) approved for publication without alteration,
(2) approved subject to modification, or
(3) declined.

star1.JPG (775 bytes)Affiliations and indexing:
We have obtained an ISSN number (International Standard Serial Number) and have requested that as-Sikka, as well as Islamic Coins Group, be included in the ARL Directory of Scholarly Electronic Journals and Academic Discussion Lists. We will also be considering archiving as-Sikka at several academic locations including The International Consortium for the Advancement of Academic Publication.

star1.JPG (775 bytes)How to Cite articles from as-Sikka in your publications:
When you document sources from the World Wide Web, the MLA suggests that your Works Cited entries contain as many items from the following list as are relevant and available:

Name of the author, editor, compiler, or translator (if available and relevant), alphabetized by last name and followed by any appropriate abbreviations, such as ed.

  • Title of a poem, short story, article, or other short work within a scholarly project, database, or periodical, in quotation marks
  • Title of a book, in italics or underlined
  • Name of the editor, compiler, or translator of a book (if applicable and if not cited earlier), preceded by any appropriate abbreviation, such as ed.
  • Publication information for any print version
  • Title of the scholarly project, database, periodical, or professional or personal site (in italics or underlined), or, for a professional or personal site with no title, a description such as home page
  • Name of the editor of a scholarly project or database (if known)
  • Version number (if not part of the title) or, for a journal, the volume, issue, or other identifying number
  • Date of electronic publication or posting or latest update, whichever is most recent (if known)
  • Name of any institution or organization sponsoring or associated with the Web site
  • Date you accessed the source
  • URL (in angle brackets)

    Although no single entry will contain all fourteen items of information, all Works Cited entries for Web sources contain the following basic information:

    Author's name (last name first). Document title. Date of Internet publication. Date of access <URL>.
     
    In The case of as-Sikka you can have the following structure:
     
    Author's Name (last name first). Title of article. as-Sikka, The Online Journal of The Islamic Coins Group. ISSN 1496-4414 Vol 2.3. Winter 2000. Islamic Coins Group. Date you accessed the article <./islamiccoinsgroup.50g.com/assikka.htm>
     
    Always use the URL for this page (as above) in your citation as the article pages may change and may be archived in several places for perpetuity.

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