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Calls for papers and submissions to journals showcasing work on Southeast Asia.
Call for Applications: Boundary Pushing in Asian Studies – A Workshop to Prepare Articles for Publication
Organized under the auspices of The Journal of Asian Studies to help increase the range, breadth and quality of journal article manuscripts, the theme for this workshop is “Boundary Pushing.” Significant new work in Asian Studies often runs counter to or across traditional categories of scholarly conversation. For this reason, work that pushes boundaries is often difficult to frame effectively for publication. The workshop is designed and conducted by the editors of JAS to help early career scholars prepare manuscripts for successful peer review.
For more information, visit Association for Asian Studies website [new window]
Asia Pacific Flows is calling for manuscripts!
This new series seeks to critically engage with the well-established notion of “flows,” highlighting the dynamism behind their physical, cultural, economic, and political connections, and the entangled relationships and disruptions that characterize them. Its approach will be multi-disciplinary and its area of research multi-sited across the Asia Pacific, within Asia, and within the Pacific, now and in the past. The series encourages works that craft a space for new paradigms that examine and problematize concepts like regionality and boundary.
Contact Series Editors: Patricio Abinales (firstname.lastname@example.org) & Alex Mawyer (email@example.com) for inquiries and proposals.
CFP – Justice in Translation
The Justice in Southeast Asia Lab (JSEALab) is calling for submissions to Justice in Translation, a web publication series that will publish one short-to-medium length translation [up to 10,000 words] from a Southeast Asian language to English each month. This may be a law, a court decision, an essay, a short story, a poem, a protest declaration, etc. — any piece that a given translator would like to share with a broad, English-reading audience including scholars, practitioners, journalists, and others. Translators should provide a short [500-1000 words] introduction to their translation elaborating its context and significance. Accepted and published translations will receive a 100 USD honorarium.
Send submissions and questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
CfP: SEAREG Research Module: Deadline for 2022 submissions is on Friday, the 24th of June.
Proposals should clearly state the purpose of the suggested module, including relevant research areas, literatures, and theories. Applications should feature discussion of the importance of the proposed module to politics in the region.
Although a final set of questions is not required at this stage, proposals should also include preliminary survey questions so that the committee can best grasp the vision of the module and assess its feasibility.
The recommended length for proposals is 2,000 words, not including bibliography or an appendix with proposed questions.
Please send queries to Nico Ravanilla [new window]
Human Geography CFP for scholars from, in, and of Thailand, Laos and Cambodia
The journal is non-profit – proceeds from its low subscription cost go toward funding radical scholarship (along with covering the journal’s operating costs).
Since the publication of its first volume in 2008, Human Geography has attracted a great deal of interest from critical scholars and the journal has grown in readership. Unfortunately, though, much of the scholarship has focused on North America and Europe. As the current regional editor for East and Southeast Asia, I am seeking to change this by encouraging more submissions from scholars working in and on the region.
We welcome a range of types of submissions. These include traditional research papers of 8000 words as well as special issues. The journal also invites shorter opinion pieces of up to 3000 words. These are focused on timely issues and published much more quickly.
Call for Submissions: The Southeast Asian Movement at Yale’s Publication
For the inaugural issue of The Southeast Asian Movement at Yale’s publication, we are looking for academic articles, op-eds, personal essays, and creative writing that take on the question of translation in a Southeast Asian context. Submissions accepted on a rolling basis.
Translation refers not only to the act or rendering the meaning of a word or text in another language, but can also refer to the conversion of something from one medium to another, or the process of moving something from one place to another.
We are interested in writing that engages with this sense of movement across linguistic, geographical, or political spheres. We welcome submissions from graduate and undergraduate students from all institutions, and look forward to reading your work and cultivating conversations about Southeast Asia at Yale and beyond.
Queer Southeast Asia
Queer Southeast Asia is reading submissions now: poetry, creative prose, book review & essay, interview, hybrid work, visual art.
We want articles that are grounded in Southeast Asia expertise, offer fresh observations, and ask interesting questions.
Journal of Vietnamese Studies
Articles for Journal of Vietnamese Studies should generally be 8,000 to 15,000 words, not including all endnotes and references.
Journal of Applied History
Unlike other journals, the Journal of Applied History offers a platform for articles in which the results of historical research are applied to present-day issues.
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