The Journal publishes articles, book reviews, and other scholarly works related to Korean history.
- Manuscripts cannot have been previously published in any other journal.
- Submissions must be at the master's level or above in fields related to Korean history to be eligible for consideration.
- Article manuscripts, including endnotes, abstract, and keywords should not exceed 8,000 words. Submissions must include a 150 word abstract at the beginning of the document.
- Manuscripts should be submitted an electronic ally and in hard copy.
- Contributors must submit the full text of their manuscripts according to the regulations prescribed above before the deadline announced by the editorial board.
- The title page should contain the title of the article, the author's name, affiliation, and position.
3. Manuscript style regulations
- The text and footnotes of manuscripts must be double-spaced and use the Chicago Manual of Style (16th edition).
- Please use the McCune-Reischauer system as the primary system to Romanize Korean-language names and terms.
- For terms that are commonly known by their non-standard Romanization, provide the McCune-Reischauer Romanization in parentheses following the first appearance.
- In the case of proper names and other proper nouns, use McCune-Reischauer Romanization except for cases where an individual or entity is widely known by a personally idiosyncratic Romanization. In those cases, give the McCune-Reischauer Romanization in parentheses following the first appearance.
- The International Journal of Korean History (pISSN 1598-2041, eISSN 2508-5921) is published biannually (on February 27th and August 30th of each year) by the Center for Korean History at Korea University.
- The submission date, the completion date of review, and the accepted date will be written in the published article.
- All selected papers will be subject to the copyright of the Center for Korean History.
5. Editorial board
- The editorial board oversees various details regarding the planning, screening, editing, and publication of the journal.
- The editorial board is comprised of professors in the department of Korean History at Korea University, professors of related fields in Korea, and professors in subjects related to Korean history abroad.
- Submitted manuscripts are determined for publication by the screening committee which consists of three specialists in the fields related to the submission.
- The screening committee will be commissioned by the editorial board.
- This journal uses double-blind review, which means that both the reviewer and author identities are concealed from the reviewers, and vice versa, throughout the review process.
- Screening evaluation will be issued as either "publishable", "publishable after revision," "reexamination after revision," or "unpublishable."
- In the case of disagreement over an evaluation among screening committee members, manuscripts will undergo a process of separate reexamination according to the decision of the editorial board.
- The editorial board will notify manuscript contributors of screening decisions.
- Contributors whose manuscripts are selected for publication must comply with any editorial requests made by the screening committee.
7. Article-processing charge
There is no author's submission fee or article processing charge since the the publication cost is supported by the publisher.