Call for Papers
Japan Studies Association Journal, Volume 11 (2013)
JSAJ, a juried professional journal published annually, accepts essays on a wide variety of topics related to Japanese Studies across the disciplines, Pedagogical Notes and Essays which reflect on aspects of teaching Japanese material, and book reviews and review essays of relevant research for our membership and for all those engaged in infusing Japanese and Asian material into their curricula.
For our next volume, a general number, we invite submissions, inquiries, and proposals, both disciplinary and interdisciplinary, on any topic related to Japan.
up to 5,000 words, formatted in a style consistent with your discipline(s)
use roman script as much as possible and severely limit graphic images, especially color images
try to include in your bibliography helpful sources for anyone teaching the material you discuss in your paper
include at the beginning of your paper an abstract of 250 or so words, single-spaced
minimize use of footnotes and endnotes
send your paper as a Word document attached to an email to: email@example.com
send in a second attachment a brief Contributor's Note including your name, academic affiliation, relevant publications, areas of research, etc.
make sure you include in your email message a current and reliable email address, as well as your postal address
please use current MLA style, or the current style manual adopted by your discipline
Deadline for all submissions in completed form is June 15, 2013. However, late submissions may be considered. Early submissions are very much encouraged! The issue will be presented at the 20th-anniversary JSA Conference in Honolulu, Hawaii in January 2014.
John H. E. Paine, Editor
Japan Studies Association Journal
Department of English, Department of Foreign Languages
1900 Belmont Blvd
Nashville, TN 37212
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