Author Guidelines

Articles submitted to the journal must be original contributions and not under consideration for any other publication at the same time. All contributors must conform to the style and reference technique of JH. Submissions are evaluated by at least two reviewers. Authors get feedback on the review process as soon as possible.

Technical presentation of manuscripts

1. Supply an electronic file (Microsoft Word).

2. Use Times New Roman (12 pt) and 1.5 line spacing.

3. Indicate paragraph breaks by leaving a line open. Manuscripts should be reasonably divided into sections and, if necessary, sub-sections. Clearly indicate the hierarchy of subheadings.

4. Cited forms should be marked by quotation marks and emphasized expressions should be marked in italics.

5. A structured abstract of 200 words in length, covering the main factual points and a statement of objective or problem, theoretical strategy(ies), findings and/ or conclusion should accompany the article, plus a list of at least five focused key words.

6. The author(s) institutional affiliation and contact details, that is, name, address, telephone number(s), and e-mail address(es) should be typed on a separate sheet.

7. Where images and tables are used, they must be professionally produced and ready for reproduction. Do not embed images in the text. Tables should be numbered consecutively and titled, and must be referred to in the text.

8. Check that all references cited in the text are included in, and correspond with, those in the works cited or references section. Provide proof that permissions have been obtained for reproducing illustrations and copyright material quoted in the text, with appropriate acknowledgements (and/or credits in captions) included, and any reproduction fees paid.


Manuscripts should be between 6000 – 7000 words.


Short quotations should be indicated by double inverted commas, with single inverted commas for quotations within the main quote. Quotations of more than 60 words should be indented and blocked.


Avoid footnotes. When referring to published material, please use the latest version of American Psychological Association (APA) Style Manual (6th Edition). References are cited in the text by giving the name of the authors(s), the year of publication (in parenthesis), and the page number(s), e.g.:

1. According to Sango (2013), teaching art in a poor country is a challenging task because of lack of materials.

2. Teaching art in a poor country is a challenging task because of lack of materials (Sango, 2013, p. 199).

All citations must be fully listed in a works cited or references section at the end of the article or review in alphabetical order by author, with complete bibliographic details.

Manuscripts should be sent to:

The Editor
Journal of Humanities
Chancellor College
P. O. Box 280


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