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Call for Papers is open
The Call for Papers for Issue 11 (2022) of "Open Journal of Humanities (=OJH)" is currently open. OJH, ISSN 2612-6966, is a peer-reviewed Electronic Scientific Journal, devoted to the field of Humanities, available online for free at DOAJ. OJH is published three times a year, and is distributed online in Open Access, without embargo period, through a Creative Commons License (CC-by 4.0), according to scientific best practices. In Italy, OJH is officially classified by ANVUR as "Scientific Journal" for Area 10 "Scienze dell'antichità, filologico-letterarie e storico-artistiche"; Area 11 "Scienze storiche, filosofiche, pedagogiche, psicologiche" and Area 12 "Scienze giuridiche".
The Journal is available in full Open Acces at the following DOAJ address: https://www.doaj.org/toc/2612-6966
Article processing charges (APC)
Not being expression of an University Department, but rather a fully independent Journal, and as a consequence of its full Gold Open Access and non-profit distribution, OJH is published thanks to single article processing charges (APC). Please see homepage, and below, for full details:
Accepted topics of OJH include the whole field of Humanities, and namely: Archaeology, Arts (Visual Arts, Architecture), Classics, Philology, Philosophy, Law and Politics, Linguistics, Literature, Psychology, Music and Theatre.
Information for submissions
E-mail for submissions (please send full paper): email@example.com
Accepted languages: English, Italian, Spanish, French, German; other languages can be considered on request.
Paper extension: min. 10.000 / max. 60.000 characters (including spaces), or different extension on request; pictures etc. will be reproduced in full colors.
Article processing charges (APC), to be paid after acceptance and before publication: 300,00 Euros / 350,00 USD. A single free DOI code for each paper code is included.
Mandatory Paper characteristics:
document type = .doc or .docx
main text = Times New Roman, 12 pt., single spaced
secondary text = Times New Roman, 10 pt., single spaced
foot-notes (no end-notes) = Times New Roman, 10 pt., single spaced
to be included, at the beginning of the text, 5/10 keywords (in english); a 5/10 lines abstract (in english); author’s full contact information
bibliography style = as follows
Bibliography style (mainly based on APA’s)
References inside the main text, or in the notes (examples):
Suzuki (1989: 56) refuses to agree with this idea.
Suzuki refuses to agree with this idea (1989: 56).
See Suzuki 1989: 56.
See Merriam-Webster's 1993: s.v.
Full Bibliography at the end of the Paper (examples):
Austin, N. 1994. Helen of Troy and her Shameless Phantom. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.
Calame, C. 1997. Choruses of Young Women in Ancient Greece: Their Morphology, Religious Role, and Social Functions. Trans. by D. Collins and J. Orion. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.
Ebbott, M. 1999. “The Wrath of Helen: Self-Blame and Nemesis in the Iliad.” In Carlisle, M. & Levaniouk, O. eds. Nine Essays on Homer. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield. 3-20.
Ghali-Kahil, L. B. 1955. Les Enlèvements et le retour d’Hélène dans les textes et les documents figurés. 2 vols. Paris: De Boccard.
Groten, F. J. 1968. “Homer’s Helen.” G&R 15: 33-39.
Lloyd-Jones, H. & Wilson, N. G. 1990. Sophoclea: Studies on the Text of Sophocles. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Merriam-Webster's collegiate dictionary (1993). Springfield: Merriam-Webster.
Vernant, J. P. & Vidal-Nacquet, V. eds. 1988. Myth and Tragedy in Ancient Greece. Trans. by J. Lloyd. New York: Zone Books.