Call for Papers: The Journal of Northeast Asian History, Volume 12 in 2015
The Northeast Asian History Foundation continues to expand its interaction with scholars specializing in Asian history and related fields and are based outside East Asia. The Foundation is also strengthening its ties with leading institutions and scholars by encouraging interdisciplinary and comparative approaches to research on geopolitical, cultural, educational, and other issues in East Asia.
The Foundation publishes the Journal of Northeast Asian History (JNAH), a peer-reviewed semiannual English-language journal that focuses on interdisciplinary and comparative approaches to such issues as (cultural, geopolitical, or social) borders, identity, historical maps, history education, international relations, and other relevant topics. In addition to this thematic diversity, the Journal’s geographical scope extends to other parts of Asia and beyond, thus charting globalism and localism from a new perspective. For more information about the journal, please visit the Foundation’s website at http://www.historyfoundation.or.kr/eng/ and navigate to the ‘Publication’ section in the ‘Resources’ category.
The Journal of Northeast Asian History calls for the submission of outstanding and unpublished papers for review and possible publication in 2015. We invite colleagues and advanced (ABD) graduate students to consider the Journal when seeking to publish ongoing research since we believe this can be an impetus for further scholarly collaboration in the future. For full consideration, please submit manuscripts by March 6, 2015 for issue no. 1 and by July 31, 2015 for issue no. 2.
Thank you in advance for your attention and contributions.
Journal of Northeast Asian History (JNAH)