• ANU E Press Asia Pacific related publications

  • 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.

  • Asia-Pacific Linguistics

  • 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.

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