About the Journal

The Dialogue, a Double-Blind Peer-Reviewed (Anonymous Reviewer/Anonymous Author) quarterly journal by Qurtuba University of Science and IT, defines itself as critical in character, truly international in scope, and engaging with the central issues facing Pakistan and the world today. The first volume of The Dialogue was published in January 2006 and was recognized by the Higher Education Commission in March 2010.

Aims & Objectives:

Taking as its point of departure the simple but essential notion that no single approach has all the answers, The Dialogue aims to provide a global forum for a rapidly expanding community of scholars from across the range of academic
disciplines, encouraging critical thinking, debate, dialogue, and reflection. By valuing critical thinking, The Dialogue underscores the notion that there is no single, all encompassing approach or one-size-fits-all solution to the complex problems facing us today. Hence, the journal tries to achieve the following objectives:

1. The Dialogue is critical in character. It aims to critically analyze and examine pressing issues, to proclaim its commitment to evaluating and assessing multifaceted social issues.
2. The Dialogue declares an international outlook, accentuating its interest in addressing issues of global prominence, transcending geographic boundaries, and accommodating diverse viewpoints.
3. The Dialogue upholds an interdisciplinary approach. Being a social sciences journal, it affirms that it provides a platform for various academic disciplines, highlighting its ideal of gaining insights and knowledge from a broad spectrum of fields.
4. The Dialogue believes in inclusiveness and diversity. It recognizes the importance of diverse perspectives, indicating an inclusive approach that gives more credence to contributions from scholars representing different academic backgrounds and viewpoints.
5. The Dialogue aims to be a scaffold for academic debates and dialogues, attesting to its role as a place where scholars and intellectuals can exchange their research, views, ideas, and opinions with colleagues from other disciplines to enhance their knowledge.