A Journal of Humanity, Arts, Literature, Language, Religious Studies, Culture, Politics and History, a subscription access, editorial reviewed academic journal, published by i-Proclaim under the society of Asian Business Consortium, presently. AJHAL is published 3 times a year. Journal publishes original papers in Art and literature in general, but giving a preference to those in the areas of Humanity, Art and literature represented by the editorial board.
AJHAL has been recorded permanently in the ISSN Register as follows:
ISSN 2312-2021 (Online)
ISSN 2311-8636 (Print)
Key title: Asian journal of humanity, art and literature
Abbreviated key title: Asian j. humanity, art lit.
(The ISSN Register is the world catalogue of serials and continuing resources, taken from the ISO standard 3297 which defines the ISSN and its uses)
- Editorial reviewed
- Fast publication
- Regular publication
- Low publication fee
- Online OJS archives
Aim and Scope
The main objective of the journal is to publish original research papers, translations, and reviews in the field of Asian humanity, art and fiction and non-fiction literature. To be publishable, papers must treat new research, be well written in the ABC languages English / Bangla / Malay, and be of interest to a significant segment of the science community. We particularly welcome research articles, case studies, literary translations, including extracts from longer works in progress, manuscript reports and commentarial material, new adaptations of classic texts, archive stories and debate pieces, and the discussion of new approaches to translation. Book and performance reviews, including visual material, and letters to the editor, including responses to published material, are also solicited.
Scope of the Journal
The scope of the journal includes:
Humanity encourages relevant contributions of human rights, humanitarianism, and development in the modern and contemporary world from anthropology, economics, law, literature, history, philosophy, politics, public health, and sociology, educational science, psychology, political science, religious studies, moral skepticism, religious mysticism, ancient myth, mythology, moral education, political movement, government studies, population science, philosophy, army science, jurisprudence, action art, musicology, outcomes of teaching, learning, and human development at all educational levels and more, as well as those contributions which seek to foster intersections between and among these disciplines.
Art represent an outlet of expression that is usually influenced by culture and which in turn helps to change culture. As such, the arts are a physical manifestation of the internal creative impulse. Major scope of the art include music, dance, theatre; culinary arts such as baking, chocolatiering, and winemaking; media arts, photography, cinematography, visual arts, drawing, painting, ceramics, sculpting, film, comics, folklore, fine art, environmental art, anthropology, medieval and Renaissance studies, classical and ancient studies, holocaust studies, art history and theory, painting and calligraphy art, arts & sports education, arts technology, music pedagogy, etc.
Literature is a term used to describe written and sometimes spoken material. It can be distinguished according to major forms such as the English language, English linguistics, English sociolinguistics, Comedy, Criticism, Drama, Epic, Erotic, History, Literary awards, Lyric, Magazines, Mythopoeia, Nonsense, Novel, Novella, Outline, Performance, Play, Poem, Poetry, Prose, Romance, Satire, Short story, Sociology, Theory (critical theory), Tragedy, Tragicomedy, Writers, literature appreciation, cultural studies, literary styles, linguistics and literary criticism, Computational Linguistics, ELT Materials Development and Evaluation, English Globalization, English Language Teacher Education, etc.