European Journal of East Asian Studies
Edited by Philippe Régnier, Chief Editor, Swiss University of Applied Sciences, Delémont (Switzerland) and University of Ottawa (Canada)
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Founded in 2001 originally by a consortium of European universities, the European Journal of East Asian Studies (EJEAS) is a global scientific journal specialized in post-1945 East Asian studies, with a focus on East Asia’s socio-economic development, regional affairs and external relations. The journal’s central objective is to promote interdisciplinary contributions in social sciences for a better conceptual and empirical analysis of East Asia’s recent and current evolution, at infra- and supra-national levels, including the knowledge of local dimensions. Contributors are invited to cross-combine disciplines such as anthropology, geography, history, economics, political science, psychology, and sociology. They can be also inspired by domains of study such as cultural studies, international development, foreign affairs, global studies, public policy, corporate affairs and management, etc.
An additional objective is to encourage and welcome, from the region and outside, original articles suggesting new approaches, research methods and contents in area studies, as applied to 21st century East Asia, and also as a possible redefinition or revisiting of classical Asian and regional studies.
Articles can address the wider East Asian region, or sub-regions such as ASEAN/Southeast Asia, and individual countries or groups of countries. Oceania and the South Pacific are not covered in this journal.
Past contributors to EJEAS include Augustin Berque (ÉHESS/CNRS, Paris and Miyagi University, Sendai) Overcoming Modernity, Yesterday and Today, Rudolf G. Wagner (Institute of Chinese Studies, University of Heidelberg) The Early Chinese Newspapers and the Chinese Public Sphere, Hamashita Takeshi (Center for Southeast Asian Studies, University of Kyoto, and Institute of Oriental Culture, University of Tokyo) Tribute and Treaties: East Asian Treaty Ports Networks in the Era of Negotiation, 1834-1894, Penny Francks (Department of East Asian Studies, University of Leeds) Governing the Rice Market: Agriculture and the State in Industrial East Asia, and Virgil K.Y. Ho (Division of Humanities, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology) To Laugh at a Penniless Man rather than a Prostitute: The Unofficial Worlds of Prostitution in Late Qing and Early Republican South China.
For submission guidelines please visit www.ejeas.net.