The International Journal of Intangible Heritage seeks to be an inter-communicative
and interdisciplinary channel for scholarly research on intangible heritage
around the world with respect to its preservation, transmission and promotion.
With critical academic articles, provocative viewpoints and reviews, the IJIH, an annual peer-reviewed academic
journal, tries to enrich discourses on intangible heritage that reflects the connections
between intangible heritage and people.
The International Journal of Intangible Heritage is officially
supported by the International Council of Museums (ICOM) with its publication
secretariat office in the Cultural Exchange and Education Division of the
National Folk Museum of Korea.
Prospective authors may
submit academic and research papers, columns, and short articles of 2,000 words
or reviews of 1,000 words on intangible heritage for publication in the journal.
The deadline for submissions
to Volume 6 of the IJIH is December