The International Journal of Intangible Heritage (IJIH) seeks to be an inter-communicative and interdisciplinary channel for scholarly research on intangible heritage around the world with respect to its preservation, transmission and promotion. With critical academic articles, provocative viewpoints and reviews, the IJIH tries to enrich discourses on intangible heritage that reflect the connections between intangible heritage and people.
The International Journal of Intangible Heritage is a refereed academic and professional journal published annually in English and Korean and dedicated to the promotion of the understanding of all aspects of intangible heritage worldwide, and to the communication of research and examples of good professional practice. The publication is officially supported by the International Council of Museums (ICOM), and the publication secretariat office is a part of the Cultural Exchange and Education Division of the National Folk Museum of Korea.
Submissions are assessed and processed at regular intervals throughout the year.
Once a submission is received it goes through a three stage refereeing process.
Initial assessment to ensure that the article meets our criteria for inclusion in the IJIH.
(see the notes on our web page www.ijih.org )
1. The paper is then sent to two referees for academic review.
2. Once recommended by the referees, it then goes to the full Editorial Board for the final refereeing and selection process. The Board usually meets during the first week of February each year and deliberates on those submissions that have been refereed and recommended by January that year.
3. Authors on the final list may be asked to revise their articles (based on feedback from the Editorial Board) and to re-submit within a few weeks. Those authors whose papers have not been accepted will be notified as soon as possible after the February Board meeting.
Prospective authors may submit academic and research papers, short articles or reviews.
Wherever possible, photographs or other illustrations should be submitted in digital form in JPG, EPS or TIFF formats. A satisfactory digital photograph is likely to be a file of at least 1MB.
The title page should consist of the following:
By submitting a paper to the IJIH, authors agree to abide by IJIH submission and publication policies, viz: