Author Guidelines

General guidelines

  1. Journal Humanities only accept manuscript submitted in Microsoft word format. Other format will not be accepted.
  2. The manuscript should be original, research-based, unpublished and not under review for possible publication in other journal.
  3. The manuscript should be in written in English or Indonesia.
  4. The article should be written in accordance with the Author Guidelines and Template of Humanities Journal.
  5. The Manuscript should be prepared according to the following author guidelines and Template. The manuscript template can be downloaded here

The article's Systematics are:

  1. Title. The title of the article should be short, clear, and informative, and not more than 15 words.
  2. Author’s names and institutions. The author's names should be accompanied by the author's institutions, institutions address, and email addresses, without any academic degree.
  3. Abstract. Abstract are written in two languges, Indonesia and English. The abstract contains a maximum 250 words. The abstract of the research should contain the formulation of the research problems, research method, and research finding.  
  4. Keywords, betwen 3-5 keywords. T.
  5. Introduction, to explain the theoretical background of the research, literature review, main research problems, method and research purpose.
  6. Research Method, describes the participants, the procedures employed in the study such as technique of data collection and data analysis.
  7. Result and Discussion. This section desribes finding of the research, then completes with discussion. Result and discussions can be written in 3-5 sub-topics, with each sub-topic containing 2500-3000 words. 
  8. Conclusion. This section is in the format of paragraph which consists of 1 paragraphs (250 words). It should indicate the findings clearly. It also explains about the advantages and disadvantages of your findings, and the possibility to develop the research
  9. References. The literature listed in the references contains only the sources referred or included in the articles. Please use Mendeley as the Reference Manager application. Sources should consists of 20-30 references from books, proceedings, and research results. Eighty percent of referenced journal articles must be published within the last 10 years.  Citations and references follow the Chicago Manual of Style 17th edition (full note) style, as seen in the following examples:
    1. Yusuf al Qaradhawy, Kaifa Nata’amal Ma’a Al Quran Al ’Azhim, 3rd ed. (al Qahirah: Dar al Syuruq, 1968).
    2. Akrimi Matswah, “Mustansir Mir and a Contemporary Literary Approach to the Qasas Al-Qur’an: Study If Qur’anic Story of Joeseph,” Ulumuna Journal of Islamic Studies 21, no. 2 (2017): 391–411,
    3. Dervla Sara Shannahan, “Sexual Ethics, Marriage, and Sexual Autonomy: The Landscapes for Muslimat and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered Muslims,” Contemporary Islam 3, no. 1 (2009): 59–78,
    4. Adang Kuswaya and Muhammad Ali, “The Concept of Peace in the Qur’an: A Socio-Thematic Analysis of Muslims’ Contestation in Salatiga, Indonesia,” Qudus International Journal of Islamic Studies 9, no. 1 (2021): 73–102,