Event Date(s): 22/02/2012 - 15/12/2012
Call for Articles
International Journal of Intangible Heritage
Deadline: 15thDecember 2012
The International Journal of Intangible Heritage was first published in 2006 in response to the rapidly growing academic and professional interested in the intangible heritage, particularly following the widespread ratification by States in all parts of the world of UNESCO’s 2003 Intangible Heritage Convention. The IJIH is a refereedacademic and professional English language journal dedicated to the promotion of the understanding of all aspects of the intangible heritage, and the communication of research and examples of good professional practice.
The Journal is published as an annual volume, typically of between 120 and 160 A4 format pages with full colour illustrations where appropriate, in both print (2000 copies) and free PDF download formats.
Thanks to generous support from the Government of the Republic of Korea there are no authors’ page or colour illustration charges, and Korea also supports fully both the wide-ranging international Editorial Board and all aspects of the editorial and publishing process through the National Folk Museum of Korea. However, it should be stressed that the IJIH is very much global in scope.
The first international academic journal of its kind in the field, the IJIH is indexed bythe International Bibliography of Social Sciences (IBSS), Arts and Humanities Citation Index (A & HCI), Scopus, Modern Language Association International Bibliography (MLAIB), Bibliography of Asian Studies (BAS) and Korean Citation Index (KCI).
Proposals for contributions to future volumes of the Journal are actively sought from professionals and specialists across the world. Main papers are normally between 4,000 and 8,000 words in length, with short papers, reports and reviews of up to 2,000 words. Papers can be submitted at any time, though only those received by or before 15th December each year can be refereed in time for the annual early February meeting of the full Editorial Board and, if accepted, included in the next annual volume, published in June of the same year.
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