The New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies (ISSN 1174-8915) is an international peer-reviewed academic journal that has been published since June 1999, when it became the official journal of the New Zealand Asian Studies Society (NZASIA). Members of NZASIA receive the journal as part of their membership.
The New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies brings together scholars working in the open, discursive, and contested site of Asian studies and promotes a dialogue between established and emerging scholars, conceptual and empirical analyses, disciplinary and interdisciplinary research. We seek contributions situated across the broad spectrum of the Asian countries, regions and sub-regions. The journal welcomes studies that are developed both within traditional disciplinary foci in the humanities and social sciences (e.g., art history, anthropology, geography, history, economics, film and media , linguistics, literature, politics and sociology, etc) as well as studies that are situated in broader, interdisciplinary research domains (e.g., cultural studies, migration studies, international development, foreign affairs, global studies, sustainability. etc).
The journal’s content includes academic articles, critical translations, and reviews. It is published twice a year, in June and December. All articles undergo rigorous double-blindfold peer review. Editorial BoardEthics & Journal PoliciesAll IssuesSubmission Guidelines New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies (ISSN 1174-8915) Postal address: Dr Naimah Talib, NZASIA Treasurer Department of Political Science, University of Canterbury, Private Bag 4800, Christchurch, New Zealand
PROMOTING KNOWLEDGE ABOUT ASIAN CULTURE, HISTORY AND SOCIETY