The Japan Studies Review is a refereed journal published annually by the Southern Japan Seminar and Asian Studies at Florida International University. As a publication which addresses a variety of cross-disciplinary issues in Japanese studies, Japan Studies Review includes contributions dealing with practical and theoretical topics in the areas of business and economic issues, politics, education and curriculum development, philosophy and aesthetics, gender issues, popular culture, and immigration issues.
NOW ACCEPTING SUBMISSIONS FOR FORTHCOMING ISSUES!
Articles, essays, or book reviews on topics dealing with Japan or comparative studies.
Our submissions include:
Articles: 20-30 manuscript pages
Essays: 10-15 manuscript pages
Book reviews: Books may be provided upon request Submissions may be made via email attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org.
File must be: Microsoft Word.
Endnotes must follow Chicago style.
Please refer to previous JSR issues for reference. All contributions should be addressed to the editor (Dr. Steven Heine) who, in consultation with the editorial board, will make the final decisions regarding publication. Submissions can be sent as email attachment to email@example.com.
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