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  • Special Features: Korean LGBTQ+ Literature, Remembering Linguists Robert Andrew Blust and Thomas Edward Dutton and more

    Azalea Volume 15 (2022) From the editor Young-Jun Lee: A century’s worth of change looks quite remarkable in Korean literature. Today’s young Koreans cannot read the same newspapers read by their grandparents’ generation. In less than a hundred years, the national written language has shifted from Chinese characters to Korean hangul, then briefly to Japanese…

  • New Journal Issues: Aloha Shirt Aesthetics, Patterns of Mortuary Practice in Vanuatu, Taiwan Sugar in the 1600s + More

    Asian Perspectives Volume 61, Number 1 (2022) The new issue includes the following articles and reviews: Lakheen-Jo-Daro, an Indus Civilization Settlement at Sukkurin Upper Sindh (Pakistan): A Scrap Copper Hoard andHuman Figurine from a Dated ContextPaolo Biagi and Massimo Vidale The Hamin Mangha Site: Mass Deaths and Abandonmentof a Late Neolithic Settlement in Northeastern China…

  • Call For Submissions: HICCS 2023 Conference

    Hawaiʻi International Conference on Chinese Studies The Center for Chinese Studies at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa JANUARY 4-6, 2023 The third annual Hawai‘i International Conference on Chinese Studies (HICCS), organized by the Center for Chinese Studies at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, will be held in-person from January 4 (Wednesday) through January…

  • Call For Papers: U.S.-Japan Women's Journal

    Established in 1988, the U.S.–Japan Women’s Journal is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed, biannual publication, available in print and online, that promotes scholarly exchange on social, cultural, political, and economic issues pertaining to gender and Japan. The U.S.–Japan Women’s Journal encourages comparative study among Japan, the United States, and other countries. We welcome contributions from all academic…