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Announcements from the Editorial Office:

【No. 87】

  1. 1.Current editing commissioners’ term of office will expire on July 31st, 2017. Below is the list of the next term commissioners:

    Chen, Pao-chen Graduate Institute of Art History, National Taiwan University
    Feng, Pin-chia Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, National Chiao Tung University
    Hsia, Chang-pwu Department of Chinese Literature, National Taiwan University
    Hsieh, Shih-chung Department of Anthropology, National Taiwan University
    Huang, Kuan-chung Department of Medical Humanities and Social Medicine, Chang Gung University
    Huang, Mei-e Graduate Institute of Taiwan Literature, National Taiwan University
    Lee, Chun-chih Department of Chinese Literature, National Taiwan University
    Lee, Hsien-chung Department of Philosophy, National Taiwan University
    Lin, Ho-yi Editor in Chief, Department and Graduate Institute of Drama and Theatre, National Taiwan University
    Lee, Wen-liang Department of History, National Taiwan University
    Shih, Hsiao-feng Department of Chinese, National Taiwan Normal University
    Shyu, Shing-ching College of Foreign Languages and Literature, Chinese Culture University
    Wang, Chi-lun Department of Chinese, National Taiwan Normal University
    Wang, Wen-fang Institute of Philosophy of Mind and Cognition, National Yang-Ming University
    Yang, Ming-tsang Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, National Taiwan University

  2. No. 87 is an extra edition.

【No. 86】

  1. The editorial committee bylaws were revised in the College of Humanities general affairs meeting on March 22, 2017. On April 12, the College issued memorandum #29, announcing the implementation of these revisions, and submitted the report of the 109th editorial committee meeting.
  2. There were 47 submissions for 2016, with a rejection rate of 77.14%. 7 submissions were published. 27 submissions were rejected (including those reviewed by internal and external reviewers and those being returned). 12 submissions are currently under review.

【No. 85】

The NTU Humanitas Taiwanica has initiated online prepublication on its website and Airiti online library in November 2016 (Issue No. 85). The websites are as follows,
NTU Humanitas Taiwanica http://homepage.ntu.edu.tw/~bcla/index.htm
Airiti online library http://www.airitilibrary.com/Home/Index

【No. 84】

  1. There were 78 submissions for 2015, with a rejection rate of 75.5%.12 submissions were published. 39 submissions were rejected (including those reviewed by internal and external reviewers and those being returned)
  2. Revisions to the “Style Guide” were approved by the editorial team in the 104th Editing Committee Meeting. Changes will go into effect in Volume 85 (November 2016)

【No. 83】

  1. The executive editor Professor Li-chuan Ou finished her term of service on July 31, 2015. She was replaced by Professor Zhen-xun Wu (Department of Chinese Literature, National Taiwan University). Professor Tien-yi Zhao (Department of Foreign Languages, National Taiwan University) is renominated.
  2. The journal was listed in the 2015 Taiwan Humanities Citation Index Core (THCI Core) after the evaluation of Research Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences, Ministry of Science and Technology.
  3. There were 71 submissions for 2014, with a rejection rate of 73.8%; 11 submissions were published and 35 submissions were rejected (including those reviewed by internal and external reviewers and returned submissions)
  4. The journal was rated as one of Class A journals by the 2012-2014 Evaluation Program for Academic Journals of the Humanities and Social Sciences.

【No. 81】

  1. Current editing commissioners’ term of office will expire on July 31st, 2014. Below is the list of the next term commissioners:

    Shih, Shou-chien Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica
    Ju, Chiou-er Department of Japanese Language and Literature, National Taiwan University
    Chiang, Wen-yu Graduate Institute of Linguistics, National Taiwan University
    Lee, Chun-chih Department of Chinese Literature, National Taiwan University
    Hsia, Chang-pwu Department of Chinese Literature, National Taiwan University
    Feng, Pin-chia Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, National Chiao Tung    University
    Huang, Mu-hsuan Editor in Chief , Department and Graduate Institute of Library and Information Science, National Taiwan University
    Liao, Dong-liang Department of Chinese Literature, National Chengchi University
    Cheng, Kai-yuan Institute of Philosophy of Mind and Cognition, National Yang-Ming        University
    Tsai, Hsiu-chih Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, National Taiwan         University
    Liu, Chiao-mei Department of History, National Taiwan University.

  2. The journal was listed in the 2014 Taiwan Humanities Citation Index Core (THCI Core) after the evaluation of Research Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences, Ministry of Science and Technology.

【No. 80】

  1. The Chinese version of “Guidelines for Submissions” and the “Contributor Information Form” was revised per a resolution in the 99th editorial committee meeting.
  2. There were 26 submissions for this issue, with an acceptance rate of 15.4%; 4 submissions were from scholars serving at National Taiwan University, with 1 being published, and 22 submissions from scholars serving at other universities, with 3 being published.

【No. 79】

  1. The Chinese version of “Guidelines for Submissions” was revised per a resolution in the 98th editorial committee meeting.
  2. Revisions to the Chinese version of “Style Guide” were approved by the editorial team on October 6, 2013. Changes will go into effect in Volume 80.
  3. There were 26 submissions for this issue, with an acceptance rate of 15.4%; 4 submissions were from scholars serving at National Taiwan University, with 1 being published, and 22 submissions from scholars serving at other universities, with 3 being published.

【No. 78】

  1. There were four appointments made to the editorial committee (serving until July 31, 2014), which are as follows:
    Lee, Wen-liang (Department of History, National Taiwan University)
    Shih, Shou-chien (Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica)
    Liao, Chao-yang (Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, National Taiwan University)
    Tsai, Shih-shan (College of Hakka Studies, National Chiao Tung University)
  2. There were 28 submissions for this issue, with an acceptance rate of 28.6%; three submissions were from scholars serving at National Taiwan University, with none being published, and 25 submissions from scholars serving at other universities, with eight being published.

【No. 77】

  1. The editorial committee by laws were revised in the College of Humanities general affairs meeting on October 17, 2012. On October 25, the College issued memorandum #90, announcing the implementation of these revisions and submitted the report of the 96th editorial committee meeting.
  2. The English versions of “Guidelines for Submissions” and “Style Guide” were revised based on the revisions in the Chinese resulting from a resolution in the 95th editorial committee meeting.
  3. There were 32 submissions for this issue, with an acceptance rate of 25%; six submissions from scholars serving at National Taiwan University, with 3 being published, and 23 submissions from scholars serving at other universities, with 5 being published.
  4. The journal was included in the 2012 Taiwan Humanities Citation Index-Core (THCI-Core) after the evaluation of Center for Humanities Research, National Science Council.

【No. 76】

  1. The executive editors Professor Sheng-hsin Hsu and Professor Ming-tsang Yang finished their term of service on July 31, 2012. They were replaced by Professor Li-chuan Ou (Department of Chinese Literature, National Taiwan University) and Professor Tien-yi Zhao (Department of Foreign Languages, National Taiwan University).
  2. There were 35 submissions for this issue, with an acceptance rate of 26%; six submissions from scholars serving at National Taiwan University, with 3 being published, and 29 from scholars serving at other universities, with 6 being published.
  3. The Chinese versions of “Guidelines for Submissions” and “Style Guide” were revised per a resolution in the 95th editorial committee meeting.

【No. 75】

  1. There were 31 submissions for No. 75, with an acceptance rate of 32%; 6 submissions from scholars serving at National Taiwan University, with 4 being published; and 25 submissions from scholars serving at other universities, with 6 being published.
  2. The journal was included in the 2010/2011 Taiwan Humanities Citation Index- Core (THCI-Core) after the evaluation of Center for Humanities Research, National Science Council.

【No. 74】

  1. There were 38 submissions for No. 74, with an acceptance rate of 28%; 8 submissions from scholars serving at National Taiwan University, with 4 being published; and 30 submissions from scholars serving at other universities, with 7 being published.

【No. 73】

  1. There were 43 submissions for No. 73, with an acceptance rate of 14%; 5 submissions from scholars serving at National Taiwan University, with 0 being published; and 38 submissions from scholars serving at other universities, with 6 being published.

【No. 72】

  1. There were 36 submissions for No. 72, with an acceptance rate of 16.6%; 8 submissions from scholars serving at National Taiwan University, with 2 being published; and 28 submissions from scholars serving at other universities, with 4 being published.

【No. 71】

  1. In August 2009, the editorial office signed contracts with National Central Library to promote digitalization of academic journals in Taiwan. In a near future, articles published in NTU Humanitas Taiwanicacan be researched via the PerioPath Index to Taiwan Periodical Literature System. The Editing Committee also revised Item 10 of the Guidelines for Submissions (passed by the 89th Editing Committee Meeting). 
  2. The journal was included in the 2008 Taiwan Humanities Citation Index- Core (THCI-Core) after the evaluation of Center for Humanities Research, National Science Council.
  3. There were 39 submissions for No. 71, with an acceptance rate of 18%; 8 submissions from scholars serving at National Taiwan University, with 4 being published; and 31 submissions from scholars serving at other universities, with 3 being published.

【No. 70】60th Anniversary Issue

  1. In August 2009, the editorial office signed contracts with National Central Library to promote digitalization of academic journals in Taiwan. In a near future, articles published in Humanitas Taiwanicacan be found and researched through the platform of the PerioPath Index to Taiwan Periodical Literature System. The Editing Committee also revised Item 10 of the Guidelines for Submissions (passed by the 89th Editing Committee Meeting). 
  2. The journal was included in the 2008 Taiwan Humanities Citation Index- Core (THCI-Core) after the evaluation of Center for Humanities Research, National Science Council.
  3. There were 37 submissions for No. 70, with an acceptance rate of 27%; 7 submissions from scholars serving at National Taiwan University, with 1 being published; and 30 submissions from scholars serving at other universities, with 9 being published.

【No. 69】

  1. In 2008, the journal was evaluated as one of the top-level journals of History Discipline by National Science Council for its Third Taiwanese Academic Journal Evaluation.
  2. There were 43 submissions for No. 69, with an acceptance rate of 30%; 9 submissions from scholars serving at National Taiwan University, with 5 being published; and 34 submissions from scholars serving at other universities, with 8 being published.

【No. 68】

  1. Current editing commissioners’ tenure of office will terminate on July 31st 2008. Below is the list for the next term commissioners:
    ● LIU Shu-hsien (Institute of Chinese Literature and Philosophy, Academia Sinica)
    ● Chen Hsiang-shui (Institute of Anthropology, National Tsing Hua University)
    ● FENG Pin-chia (Department of Foreign Languages & Languages, National Chiao Tung University)
    ● CHOU Feng-wu (Chief Editor, Department of Chinese Literature, National Taiwan University)
    ● YANG Su-hsien (Department of History, National Taiwan University)
    ● WU Ming-der (Department and Graduate Institute of Library and Information Science)
    ● CHEN  Pao-chen (Graduate Institute of Art History, National Taiwan University)
  2. There were 38 articles in No. 68, with an acceptance rate of 18%; 11 submissions from scholars serving at National Taiwan University, with 3 being published; and 25 submissions from scholars serving at other universities, with 2 being published.

【No. 67】

  1. There were 57 submissions for No. 67, with an acceptance rate of 20%; 14 submissions from scholars serving at National Taiwan University, with 6 being published; and 43 submissions from scholars serving at other universities, with 5 being published.
  2. The editorial office revised the 2, 4, 7 and 8 items of the Guidelines for Submissions.

【No. 66】

  1. There were 48 submissions for No. 66, with an acceptance rate of 14%; 11 submissions from scholars serving at National Taiwan University, with 2 being published; and 37 submissions from scholars serving at other universities, with 4 being published.
  2. Chinese and English table of contents of No. 1 to No. 65 are included in this volume.

【No. 65】

  1. In 2005, the journal was evaluated the fourth of Chinese Discipline by National Science Council for its Third Taiwanese Academic Journal Evaluation.
  2. There were 48 submissions for No. 65, with an acceptance rate of 19%; 12 submissions from scholars serving at National Taiwan University, with 5 being published; and 36 submissions from scholars serving at other universities, with 3 being published.
  3. The acceptance rate of all submissions to NTU Humanitas Taiwanica is 21% in 2005.
  4. The editorial office posted its English Guidelines for Submissions from the issuance of No. 65.

【No. 64】

  1. In 2005, the journal was evaluated as number one of humanity and social science journals by National Taiwan University Publications Committee.
  2. The editorial office revised the 1, 4 and 5 items of the Guidelines for Submissions (passed by the 84th Editing Committee Meeting).
  3. There were 35 submissions for No. 64, with an acceptance rate of 23%; 11 submissions from scholars serving at National Taiwan University, with 6 being published; and 24 submissions from scholars serving at other universities, with 2 being published.

【No. 63】

There were totally 56 submissions in 2005, with an acceptance rate of 30%; 19 submissions from scholars serving at National Taiwan University, with 6 being published; and 37 submissions from scholars serving at other universities, with 11 being published.

【No. 58】

  1. From the issuance of No. 58, the journal simultaneously initiated its E-Journal. See below website: http://www-ms.cc.ntu.edu.tw/~bcla/
  2. The topic of next issue is “The Combination of Anthropology and Historical Research – With Special Focus on Taiwan Austronesian Research”. Besides disquisitions, the editorial office decided to save half of the spaces for other kinds of theses and welcomes submissions from all circles.

【No. 57】

  1. There were 19 submissions for No. 57, with an acceptance rate of 42%; 8 submissions from scholars serving at National Taiwan University, with 5 being published; and 11 submissions from scholars serving at other universities, with 3 being published.
  2. After the issuance of No. 57, acceptance rate of NTU Humanitas Taiwanica is to be counted yearly and announced on the November published volume.
  3. Chinese manuscripts should be from 5,000-30,000 characters in length (including footnotes). The length of book reviews and examination articles can be less than 500 characters.
  4. Authors of all manuscripts should provide citations for readers’ references.
 
Special Issues:

Published special issues
in order to integrate research achievements of literature, history, philosophy and other humanity related fields, from No. 53 of NTU Humanitas Taiwanica, the editorial office planed to publish a series of special issues, and welcomes the submission of related articles. Below are the themes and publication times of the special issues:

Volume Number
Theme
Editor of each issue
Scheduled Publishing date

No. 53

Interpretation of Chinese Classics

Prof. HUANG Chun-chieh

November 2000

No. 54

Research on the History of Chinese Language

Prof. YANG Hsiu-fang

May 2001

No. 55

Gender Research

Prof. LEE Jen-der

November 2001

No. 56

Modern Chinese Thoughts

Prof. WU Chan-liang

May 2002

Besides disquisitions, each issue saves more than half of the space for the publication of other kinds of articles.

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