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Aims & Scope more

1. Publication background TRANS-HUMANITIES is a journal for opening up new visions in humanities sine 2007. 2. TRANS-HUMANITIES: Purpose of publication TRANS-HUMANITIES expands the scope of humanities to the whole socio-cultural phenomena, and promotes communication and convergence among the various disciplines in the humanities, and further facilitates convergence and communication between academic fields such as social sciences, natural sciences, arts, and humanities by preparing a forum for the discourse. TRANS-HUMANITIES aims to be a journal with the following characteristics: Studies with practical implications for resolving conflicts 1) Studies on the interdisciplinary, complex and fusion subject based on humanities.(eg: Humanities and Social Science, Humanities and Technical Science, Humanities and Ecology, Humanities and Arts, Literature and Philosophy, History and Literature 2) Studies on the cultural and social trans-boundary phenomena in the 21st Century 3) Studies with cross-boundary perspectives on conventional research subjects of the humanities 4) Attempts to overcome the boundaries of perspectives or approaches in a particular discipline

Editor-in-Chief more

Ae-Ryung Kim

(Ewha Womans Univ.)

Citation Index more

  • KCI IF(2yr) : 0.55
  • KCI IF(5yr) : 0.5
  • Centrality Index(3yr) : 1.267
  • Immediacy Index : 0.2143

Current Issue : 2024, Vol.17, No.1 more

Trans-corporeality of Marine Plastics and Temporalities of the Earth, Humans, and Plastics
Ji-Hye Kim | 2024, 17(1) | pp.7~39 | number of Cited : 0
Can Science be Human?: Nonhuman Brain Science and Slavoj Žižek’s Inhuman Reading of the Subject of Science
Sungik Kim | 2024, 17(1) | pp.40~72 | number of Cited : 0
The Aesthetic Subjectivity and Political Agency of Women and Nonhumans in Virginia Woolf’s “The Lady in the Looking-Glass” and “Solid Objects”
Shinhyun Park | 2024, 17(1) | pp.73~114 | number of Cited : 0

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