• Diwan : Jurnal Bahasa dan Sastra Arab
    Vol 11 No 1 (2019)

    All praise be to Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta'ala, Diwan: Journal of Arabic Language and Literature Vol.10, No. 2, the January-June 2019 Edition has been published and available to be accessed by readers. Diwan: Journal of Arabic Language and Literature for this edition is the final of a series of publishing processes that have been started since January.

    Diwan: Journal of Arabic Language and Literature Vol. 10, No. 2, the January-June 2019 Edition begins with articles written by Maksum and Taftiati. The authors examine the meaning of the words Auliya’ in the Qur’an from the perspective of semantic componential analysis. The second article is written by Insanul Hasan which studies the Arabic sentences inform the perspective of structural syntax theory.  The third article composed by Apriwanto focuses on the analysis of socio-cultural phenomena in Arabic.

    The fourth article is contributed by Reflinaldi, Syofyan Hadi and Ahmad Busyrowi. The authors analyze the typology of eastern action toward western hegemony in the drama script of Abthal Al-Yarmuk by using Occidentalism analysis. The fifth article is written by Meliza Budiarti, observing the strategy for countering the problems in Arabic translation among students.  The next article highlights the politeness strategy used by students in the Arabic Language and Literature Department of UIN Imam Bonjol Padang, written by Adjie Prasetio Utama. The last article is the text edition of Shiyam Ramadan script contributed by Restati Yelni.

    Diwan: Journal of Arabic Language and Literature Vol. 10, No. 2, the January-June 2019 Edition was published due to collaboration, supports and hard works within editorial teams, writers and peer reviewers. Any feedback from readers, as well as the constructive criticisms, are welcomed for the development of this journal.

  • Diwan : Jurnal Bahasa dan Sastra Arab
    Vol 10 No 2 (2018)

    All praise be to Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta'ala, Diwan: Journal of Arabic Language and Literature Vol.10, No. 20, the July-December 2018 Edition has been published and available to be accessed by readers. Diwan: Journal of Arabic Language and Literature for this edition is the final of a series of publishing processes that have been started since July.

    Diwan: Journal of Arabic Language and Literature Vol. 10, No. 20, the July-December 2018 Edition begins with articles written by Muhammad Isya. The author reviews Robert Escarpit's sociology of literature perspective in seeing the reality presented by writers in literary works. The second article explores the discourse of the Sunni-Syi’ah conflict during the Syrian conflict. The third article composed by Reflinaldi focuses on analysis at the level of discourse movements in the Syrian and Indonesian mass media.

    The fourth article is also about the Syrian conflict. Erizal Ilyas and the student research team examine the coverage of the border closure for Syrian refugees published in the Syrian News and Enab Baladi mass media. Unlike the previous article, this article observes the news from the perspective of critical discourse analysis. The fifth article is written by Ahmad Busyrowi and the student research team. The article dissects the phenomenon of expressive speech acts in Umm Kulthum song lyrics. Nurul Asqi et al, try to see the neological phenomena of Arabic in the current social context in the next article. The authors uncover the social phenomena which resulting in the emergence of new concepts and terms in Arabic. This edition is closed by an article written by Yasmin Azizi, et al. The paper highlights the differences in the construction of Arabic and Indonesian proverbs in the cultural context that underlies their emergence.

    Diwan: Journal of Arabic Language and Literature Vol.10, No. 20, the July-December 2018 Edition was published due to collaboration, supports and hard works within editorial teams, writers and peer reviewers. Any feedbacks from readers, as well as the constructive criticisms, are welcomed for the development of this journal.

     

  • Diwan: Jurnal Bahasa dan Sastra Arab
    Vol 10 No 1 (2018)

    All praise be to Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta'ala, Diwan: Journal of Arabic Language and Literature Vol.10, No. 19, the January - June 2018 Edition has been published and available to be accessed by readers. Diwan: Journal of Arabic Language and Literature for this edition is the final of a series of publishing processes that have been started since January.

    Diwan: Journal of Arabic Language and Literature Volume 10, No. 19, January-June 2018 Edition begins with an article written by Yulizal Yunus. The author reviews the concept of aqidah education in Minangkabau literature by making Shi'i Syekh Sulaiman Ar-Rasuli the object of study. The next article describes the problem of reading Arabic texts among students of Arabic Language and Literature at UIN Imam Bonjol Padang written by Hetti Waluati Triana and Yufni Faisol along with the student research team.

    The next article is also collaborative writing composed by Syofyan Hadi and Wartiman. The article discusses students' comprehension of literature in the Arabic Language and Literature department of UIN Imam Bonjol Padang from the perspective of literature (history, theory, and criticism). The next article is written by Meliza Budiarti. The author breaks down the Discovery Learning method in improving the students' motivation and Arabic learning. This edition is closed by articles written by Awliya Rahmi. The author discusses the construction of passive sentences in the language of Pulau Rengas.

    Diwan: Journal of Arabic Language and Literature Vol.10, No. 19, the January-June 2018 Edition was published due to collaboration, supports and hard works within editorial teams, writers and peer reviewers. Any feedback from readers, as well as the constructive criticisms, is welcomed for the development of this journal.

     

  • Diwan : Jurnal Bahasa dan Sastra Arab
    Vol 9 No 2 (2017)

    All praise be to Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta'ala, Diwan: Journal of Arabic Language and Literature Vol.9, No. 18, the July-December 2017 Edition has been published and available to be accessed by readers. Diwan: Journal of Arabic Language and Literature for this edition is the final of a series of publishing processes that have been started since July.

    Diwan: Journal of Arabic Language and Literature Volume 9, No. 18, July-December 2017 Edition begins with an article written by Erizal Ilyas. The author explores the role of the Arab poets in the period of Muhammad during the Battle of Badr. The next article is written by Muhammad Isya introduces a new theoretical approach in Arabic literature. More specifically, the writer highlights the literary sociology of Terry Eagleton as the theory. The next author, Syofyan Hadi, explores the semantic problems of the Qur'an caused by the phenomenon of i’rab.

    An alternative new theory in studying Arabic linguistics is highlighted by Reflinaldi in the next article. The author presents the urgency of linguistic studies on Arab mass media with the theory of Van Dijk's critical discourse analysis. In the next article, Neli Putri explains the historical dynamics of the development of Nahwu during the Abbassiyah dynasty. This edition was closed by the artcle from which examines the structural analysis of Zellig Harris in Arabic.

    Diwan: Journal of Arabic Language and Literature Vol.9, No. 18, the July-December 2017 Edition was published due to collaboration, supports and hard works within editorial teams, writers and peer reviewers. Any feedback from readers, as well as the constructive criticisms, are welcomed for the development of this journal.

     

  • Diwan : Jurnal Bahasa dan Sastra Arab
    Vol 9 No 1 (2017)

    All praise be to Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta'ala, Diwan: Journal of Arabic Language and Literature Vol. 9, No. 17, the January - June 2017 Edition has been published and available to be accessed by readers. Diwan: Journal of Arabic Language and Literature for this edition is the final of a series of publishing processes that have been started since January.

    Diwan: Journal of Arabic Language and Literature Volume 9, No. 17, January-June 2017 Edition beginning with an article written by Apria Putra. The author highlights the familiarity of Minangkabau scholars and literary works by making the work of Sheikh Abdullatif Syakur Balai Gurah as the object of study. The next article contains a discussion of literary and political relations during the Umayyad Dynasty written by Bobbi Aidi Rahman. The analysis of literary works was continued by Reflinaldi in an article that discusses the reconstruction of the spirit of Eastern nationalism in countering Western hegemony in the script of Ali Ali Bakatsir drama.

    The next article is written by Shinta Fitria Utami. The author applies a comparative analysis of the authoritarian government in the Faraj and Pulang novel. The next author, Neli Putri, examines Arabic calligraphy. This edition is closed with an article from Awliya Rahmi, who describes about ecological lexical in Parno Adat Kerinci.

    Diwan: Journal of Arabic Language and Literature Vol.9, No. 17, the January - June 2017 Edition was published due to collaboration, supports and hard works within editorial teams, writers and peer reviewers. Any feedback from readers, as well as the constructive criticisms, is welcomed for the development of this journal.