Must-Read Asian Studies Journals

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Whether or not you are attending the annual meeting of the Association for Asian Studies, which is being held this week in Washington, DC, we invite you to read a selection of content from Asian Survey and the Journal of Vietnamese Studies for free for a limited time. We hope that this content will inspire further discourse and encourage you to continue the conversation online using the conference hashtag .


Asian Survey invites you to read its 2017 year-in-review issue, “Asia in 2017: The Return of the Strongman.” Asian Survey’s year-in-review issues are some of the journal’s most popular, and we are pleased to be able to offer you an opportunity to read this issue for free for a limited time.

For continuing access to Asian Survey, please subscribe and/or recommend the journal to your institution’s library.

 

 

The Journal of Vietnamese Studies is making its current issue free for a limited time. Since the journal publishes content that is of interest both to Asian Studies scholars and to scholars of Asian American Studies, we are also encouraging attendees of the annual conference of the Association for Asian American Studies, which is being held next week in San Francisco, to read and discuss this issue using the conference hashtag #AAAS2018 and to watch for our AAAS-focused post next week, which will feature additional content from JVS and other journals.

To continue to read the Journal of Vietnamese Studies, please subscribe and/or recommend the journal to your institution’s library.