General FAQs

  1. What is the focus of Acta Humanitatis?
    Acta Humanitatis focuses on interdisciplinary Theoretical and Applied Humanities and Social Sciences studies.
  2. How often is the journal published?
    The journal is published biannually, in June and December.
  3. Does Acta Humanitatis offer open access?
    It provides immediate access to its content, supporting global knowledge exchange.
  4. What types of manuscripts does the journal accept?
    It accepts research articles, essays, reports, teaching notes, and book/monograph reviews.
  5. Are there guidelines for manuscript submission?
    Yes, authors should follow the submission guidelines provided on the website.
  6. What is the review process for submissions?
    Submissions undergo a peer-review process to ensure quality and relevance.
  7. How does copyright work for published articles?
    Authors retain copyright but grant the journal the right of first publication under a CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 license.
  8. Does the journal adhere to ethical guidelines?
    It follows ethical standards in scholarly publishing, as outlined on its website.
  9. How can I contact the editorial team?
    Contact details for any queries are available on the journal’s website.