International Humanities Studies

        International Humanities Studies
Chief Editor
Hasan A. Yahya, PhD.Jackson Community College, USA
 ISSN: 2311-7796
 Frequency: Quarterly (4 issues per year)
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 Language of Publication: English
The international humanities studies is a global open access, peer reviewed Journal whose goal is to disseminate knowledge on the subject of humanities and its many branches, using a professional global arena with emphasis on humanities research with no connection to ideological or biased research.
IHS aims to publish the highest quality articles in both theoretical and applied research. The IHS covers scientific articles in the fields of humanities studies, especially in sociology & political sciences, anthropology, criminology, archaeology, business & economics, cross cultural studies, development, education, geography, history, gender & women, law, library, media, linguistics, philosophy, methodology and statistics, psychology, social work or any other related fields.
The IHS is a scientific consortium which offers scholars a professional tool to publish and promote their recent articles; enabling them to work more efficiently, and to provide researchers with a scientific access to the best articles; thereby advancing knowledge and learning. Besides, IHS is seeking to improve communications between scholars, researchers, readers and community within the academic and other research communities, policymakers and operational decision makers.
It is the vision of IHS to publish descriptions of all aspects of basic and applied studies in the field of humanities studies that meet the general criteria of significance and scientific excellence using the open access model of publication. The journal issues are published regularly. In addition, special issues devoted to important topics in humanities studies will occasionally be published.


The international humanities studies strives towards honest, advanced and scientific communication. Therefore, IHS focuses on valid and reliable reported data, results, methods and procedures.

In order to achieve the aforementioned, IHS avoids bias in experimental design, data analysis, data interpretation, peer review, grant writing, expert testimony, and other aspects of research where objectivity is a requirement.

When conducting research on human subjects, IHS believes in minimizing human harm and risks. Finally, IHS believes in respecting human dignity, privacy and autonomy.