Journals

  • Journal of Aceh Studies (JOAS)

    The Journal of Aceh Studies (JOAS) is an area study journal that specializes in publishing research-based articles about Aceh.

    Journal of Aceh Studies (JOAS) publishes original articles of a scholarly nature, in English, on Aceh and neighbouring countries in a wide range of disciplines including archaeology, epigraphy, history, philology, ethnology, religion, language, literature, art and architecture, and performing arts.

    Journal of Aceh Studies seeks to critique and interrogate the notion of "Aceh", pursuing this through international perspectives on the history, literature, politics and culture of the Aceh. The Journal publishes works by scholars from all over the world on Aceh literature, history, education, humanities, society, institutions, politics, economics, film, popular culture, geography and related subjects in domestic, continental, hemispheric, and global contexts. Its expanded book review section offers in-depth analysis of recent Aceh Studies scholarship to promote further discussion and debate. The journal is intended not only for students and scholars, but also for general readers with an interest in the Aceh.

    E-ISSN: 3032-4920

    P-ISSN: 3046-7519

    Based on the Decree of Ministry of Education, Culture, Research, and Technology, Republic of Indonesia, No: 30324920/II.7.4/SK.ISSN/02/2024

    Disclaimer

    Articles published in JOAS do not represent the views held by the editor(s). Authors are responsible for all aspects of their articles (including legal and ethical issues); JOAS only accepts responsibility for editorial screen design.

    If, after a work is published in JOAS, it is discovered that any author has breached the honesty agreement, their papers will be retracted, legal action will be taken against them, and they will accept full responsibility for whatever ensues.

    EDITORIAL OFFICE:
    Jl. Blang bintang lama, Desa Lampuuk, kecamatan Kuta Baro, Kabupaten Aceh Besar, Indonesia
    Email: center@journal.institutre.org

  • Novaturient: Journal of Qualitative Research (NJQR)

    NOVATURIENT: JOURNAL OF QUALITATIVE RESEARCH (NJQR) is a peer-reviewed journal devoted to the discussion of and about qualitative research. NOVATURIENT: JOURNAL OF QUALITATIVE RESEARCH (NJQR), a multidisciplinary qualitative research journal, serves as a forum for researchers, academics, practitioners, and reflective-minded individuals who have an interest in the analysis that permeates qualitative studies. The journal is open to a wide range of multidisciplinary qualitative research studies.

  • Journal of Eastern Indonesia Studies (JEIS)

    The Journal of Eastern Indonesia Studies (JEIS) is an area study journal that specializes in publishing research-based articles about Eastern Indonesia.

    Eastern Indonesia is a region in the eastern part of Indonesia that includes Sulawesi, Nusa Tenggara Islands, Maluku Islands, and Papua.

    The Journal of Eastern Indonesia Studies (JEIS) provides a cross-, multi-, and interdisciplinary forum for scholars and writers from diverse disciplines who share a common interest in the analysis, discussion, critique, and dissemination of issues that impact eastern Indonesia people. There are eight broad arenas which encompass most issues of relevance: (1) Policy, (2) Research, (3) Practice, (4) Creative & Literary Works, (5) Humanities, (6) Education, (7) Culture, and (8) Social Sciences.

    E-ISSN: XXX-XXX

    P-ISSN: XXX-XXX

  • Licentious: Journal of Indonesian Film Studies (LJIFS)

    Licentious: Journal of Indonesian Film Studies (LJIFS) is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal which focuses on the history, theory, criticism, practice and industries of Indonesian film and provides a platform for cutting-edge academic research and debate. It is committed to advancing interdisciplinary approaches to the analysis of Indonesian films and cinematic practices across multiple genres and platforms.

    The journal is open to all areas of scholarship in Indonesian film studies. We welcome academic work from multiple critical, cultural, and theoretical perspectives.

    The journal seeks original research articles that pursue innovative research directions and methodologies or engage with significant historiographical or interpretive issues of films from mainland Indonesia, and the Indonesian diaspora. The journal also welcomes reviews of books and films of significance to the focus of the journal, as well as interviews with filmmakers and film scholars. It will showcase research both from established scholars and emerging new voices of Indonesian film studies. Authors who have had their articles accepted are encouraged to submit video abstracts. 

    Our journal offers:

    • Cutting edge research results in Indonesian film studies
    • Interdisciplinary approach and emphasis
    • Comprehensive outlook on Indonesian films and cinematic practices
    • Latest developments of Indonesian film industries
    • Direct and close contact with Chinese filmmakers and researchers
    • English translations of high-impact research in non-English languages
    • Inclusive and positive scholarly environment
    • Conversations and collaborations between researchers and professionals inside and outside of Indonesia

     

    JCFS publishes articles in the following categories:

    • Articles of original research
    • Editorial
    • Book review
    • Film review
    • Interview

     

    Submission can include, but are not limited to the following fields:

    • Indonesian film history
    • Indonesian film industries
    • Auteurs in Indonesian cinemas
    • Stardom in Indonesian cinemas
    • Film genres of Indonesian cinemas
    • Indonesian cinematic practices
    • Indonesian cinemas, culture, and society
    • Reception of Indonesian cinemas
    • Multilingualism in Indonesian cinemas
    • Gender/class/sexuality in Indonesian cinemas
    • Indonesian films on ethnic minorities
    • Transnational Indonesian cinemas

    E-ISSN: XXX-XXX

    P-ISSN: XXX-XXX

    Disclaimer

    Articles published in LJIFS do not represent the views held by the editor(s). Authors are responsible for all aspects of their articles (including legal and ethical issues); LJIFS only accepts responsibility for editorial screen design.

    If, after a work is published in LJIFS, it is discovered that any author has breached the honesty agreement, their papers will be retracted, legal action will be taken against them, and they will accept full responsibility for whatever ensues.

    EDITORIAL OFFICE:
    Jl. Blang Bintang Lama, Desa Lampuuk, Kecamatan Kuta Baro, Kabupaten Aceh Besar, Indonesia
    Email: center@journal.institutre.org