The manuscript submission process for publication in the NAJUA: History of Architecture and Thai Architecture takes place entirely through the Thai Journals Online (ThaiJO) website. This channel includes manuscript submission, assessment result notifications, submission of revised manuscripts, and all other communications. This online system enhances convenience, speed, and efficiency in the manuscript review process. Authors are kindly requested to register on the official website of NAJUA: History of Architecture and Thai Architecture - NAJUA (HATA) and follow the instructions provided in each step to submit their manuscripts.

Submission Checklist for Authors

Before submitting manuscripts for review, authors must ensure that the manuscript adheres to the following checklist. Failure to comply with these guidelines may result in the rejection of the manuscript.
          -  Review the scopes of content accepted for consideration by the journal.
          -  Ensure that the submitted manuscript has not been previously published in another journal and is not under consideration for publication elsewhere. (If it has been previously published or is under consideration by another journal, authors are required to provide the editor with an attached written explanation.)
          -  Review the guidelines on publication ethics and copyright.
          -  Submit the manuscript in Microsoft Word Document and PDF formats.
          -  Use a 16-point font size for the manuscript. Word and text emphasis may be bold or italic, but not underlined (except for URL addresses). Insert figures and tables within the text at appropriate sections, ensuring they meet the quality standards specified by the journal. The total number of figures and tables combined should not exceed 15 items.
          -  For Thai manuscripts, provide an extended abstract in both Thai and English, each containing approximately 500 words. For English manuscripts, limit the abstract to 300-350 words. The abstract should concisely describe the background, objectives, methodology, and study results. 3-5 keywords shall also be included.
          -  Review the Author Guidelines on the journal’s official website.
          -  Ensure that the manuscript is formatted as a blind version appropriate for the peer review process.

Manuscript Format

NAJUA: History of Architecture and Thai Architecture welcomes both English and Thai manuscripts using the “TH Sarabun New” font, size 16 point, with a word count limit of 6,000-9,000 words, excluding citations. The manuscript submission process for publication requires the following documents:
          1.  Information of the author/authors
          2.  Manuscript file
          3.  Other files (if applicable)

Required Information of the Author/Authors

Authors are required to provide the following information:
          -  Full names of all authors in both Thai and English, along with their affiliations and email addresses.  Please also specify the main contact person.
          -  Contact number(s) of the authors for communication purposes.
          -  Clearly indicate the type of manuscript being submitted (research article, academic article, or thesis)
          -  For research article, provide the name of the research project, the source of funding, year of funding, and any other necessary details for publication.
          -  For thesis, specify the title of the thesis, educational institution, and any other necessary details for publication.

Ethical Guidelines for Authors in Manuscript Submission

          1.  Originality Authors must ensure that the submitted manuscript is original and has never been published elsewhere, nor is it under review by other journals. Any attempt by the author to plagiarize, fabricate, or falsify information in the content will result in the rejection of the submitted manuscript.
          2.  Data Integrity Authors must certify that the manuscript reports facts obtained from the research study without distorting facts or providing false information.
          3.  Acknowledgment of Data Sources and Contributions Authors must appropriately cite a comprehensive list of references used in the writing of the manuscript.
          4.  Affiliation Declaration Authors must provide information about their affiliations, organizations, and beneficiaries of the manuscript to completely prevent any potential conflicts of interest.
          5.  Authorship Attribution Authors must obtain the consent of all co-authors involved in the manuscript.
          6.  Informed Consent Manuscripts involving research with human participants require prope consent from the subjects, and the author must be qualified to conduct the study.
          7.  Peer Review Process Authors must be willing to undergo the review process by a panel of experts who are knowledgeable in the field relevant to the manuscript and are affiliated with different institutions. The journal shall conduct the review process in a professional, transparent, and fair manner, free from any conflict of interest.
          8. Ethical Considerations Authors are required to adhere to ethical guidelines relevant to their studies.

          Authors must carefully consider and follow ethical guidelines to ensure that their manuscript is complete, honest, and reliable.


NAJUA: History of Architecture and Thai Architecture - NAJUA (HATA)
Faculty of Architecture, Silpakorn University,
31 Na Phra Lan Road, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok, 10200
ISSN: 1686-1841 (Print)
ISSN: 2697-3901 (Online)
E-mail: [email protected]