Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology (TAPJA) publishes contemporary research in social and cultural anthropology relating to the Asia-Pacific region, and particularly welcomes papers that bring anthropological perspectives and ethnographic data to bear on contemporary debates.
Asian Studies Review is the flagship publication of the Asian Studies Association of Australia and is a multidisciplinary journal that adopts a critical approach to studies of modern Asia, including established disciplines as well as newly emerging areas of research.
China Heritage Quarterly covers recent developments and scholarship in areas related to China's heritage.
Chinese Southern Diaspora Studies is a multidisciplinary annual journal, in English and Chinese, that focuses exclusively on the Chinese southern diaspora (Southeast Asia to the Southwest Pacific), past and present.
East Asian History is an internationally recognised peer-reviewed English-language journal that disseminates historical research on China, Korea, Japan and Vietnam.
Intersections is an electronic journal that emphasises the paramount importance of research into the multiple historical and cultural, gender and sexuality patterns in Asian and the Pacific-patterns that are crucial for the understanding of contemporary globalised societies.
Journal of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society (JSEALS) is the peer-reviewed journal of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society and is devoted to research on the languages of mainland and insular Southeast Asia.
Journal of Pacific History is an internationally refereed journal dedicated to the study of Pacific Island pasts.
Review of Indonesian and Malaysian Affairs is Australia's leading refereed journal dealing with a broad range of cultural and historical issues in Indonesia, Malaysia and neighbouring countries.