Journal of the Japanese Association for Digital Humanities
CFP Volume 6 JJADH
The Journal of the Japanese Association for Digital Humanities (in English) is now inviting submissions for Volume 6 of the journal to be issued in September 2021. We ask that papers be submitted according to the guidelines and web-submission process stipulated in detail below.
The JJADH is a peer-review and open-access journal, online at
The editorial board encourages international submissions and will consider papers pertaining to DH on a broad range of disciplinary interests:
(1) Papers should be between 10 and 18 pages in length (4,000 to 8,000 words) A4 or letter, double-spaced, 12-point, Times New Roman.
(2) Please submit your paper (written in English) in MS-Word (*.doc, *.docx) or LibreOffice (*.odt) format.
(3) Because this journal is an online publication, you may include hyperlinks, images, graphics, and so forth, as necessary.
(4) For your references/bibliography, please follow the Chicago Manual of Style (CMS) guidelines.
(5) Please also follow CMS guidelines for other aspects of prose styling, such as italicization of foreign words, monograph titles, and so forth.
(6) If you are not a native speaker of English, please have your paper proofread by a scholar who is a native speaker before submission.
(7) Except in cases where a scholar is invited to submit, papers will undergo a double-blind review by academic peers, with reader’s comments made available upon completion of the review.
Directions for online submission:
To submit your paper, please access the online submission system at:
Then please register with the journal by clicking the "register" link. Make sure to register as "Author" on the bottom of the registration page. Once you have registered, you can submit your paper by clicking "New submission" on the journal page. Please read the instructions on the pages carefully.
Submissions will be accepted until February 15th, 2021.
JJADH Editorial Board
Thomas Dabbs (Aoyama Gakuin University) Editor in Chief
Christian Wittern (Kyoto University, Japan) Managing Editor
Kiyonori Nagasaki (International Institute for Digital Humanities, Japan) Technical Editor
Hilofumi Yamamoto (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Advisory Editor
Ikki Ohmukai (University of Tokyo)
A. Charles Muller (Musashino University)
Paul Arthur (University of Western Sydney, Australia)
Susan Brown (University of Guelph)
Bor Hodošček (Osaka University)
Asanobu Kitamoto (National Institute of Informatics)
Maki Miyake (Osaka University)
Hajime Murai (Future University Hakodate)
Yusuke Nakamura (University of Tokyo)
Geoffrey Rockwell (University of Alberta, Canada)
Ray Siemens (University of Victoria)