Volume 1 Issue 1 “Censorship in China” of the Journal of the European Association for Chinese Studies will be online in December 2020.
The Journal of the European Association for Chinese Studies (JEACS) is the open-access and peer-reviewed academic journal of the European Association for Chinese Studies (EACS). It is independent of financial and political interests, and not affiliated to any commercial publishing house. It is hosted by university servers and is published annually.
For its second volume, the Journal of the European Association for Chinese Studies invites scholars to submit papers dealing with aspects of youth in the pre-modern, modern, and contemporary Chinese world. We welcome unpublished papers that discuss the concept of youth and its impact on Chinese society especially in a diachronic and comparative way, on topics including, but not limited to:
- Youth and childhood in pre-modern China
- Youth within families and as social groups in society: intra- and transgenerational perspectives
- The transition from childhood to youth, and to adulthood
- Real and imaginary spaces of youth
- Songs and literature for and by young people
- Youth as innovators or traditionalists in arts, literature, theatre and film
- The economic power of young people: innovation and consumer culture
- Youth and revolts: understanding Hong Kong
- Young Sinologists
In order to be published in the JEACS volume 2 (2021), papers written in English (max. 10,000 words) are to be submitted by March 31, 2021 using the online submission page on our website: https://journals.univie.ac.at/index.php/jeacs/about/submissions
Submissions must include a short CV (150 words), an abstract (max. 400 words), and five key words. Authors are requested to follow the author guidelines and our style sheet, which are available on the same page of our website.
Generic calls for papers, book reviews and information on recently defended PhDs
The JEACS also welcomes submissions of unpublished articles on any aspect of Chinese culture, across disciplines and time periods. For submission guidelines, see the link above.
The JEACS is looking to review scholarly monographs published in Europe since 2019. We are particularly interested in reviewing books published in other languages than English so as to increase the visibility of some of the less frequently quoted European languages of Chinese studies. Proposals from authors, editors, publishers and potential reviewers are welcome and will be considered and assessed by the editors provided the suggested monographs fit the highest standards of academic publishing. Submission deadline: March 31, 2021.
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In order to better promote the academic production of early career scholars from European institutions, the JEACS seeks to compile a list of recently defended PhDs. These must have been defended between January and December 2020, and must have been awarded by a European University. There is no restriction on the language in which the PhD was written, however we ask their authors to submit all the relevant information in English. These include: author’s first and last name; title of the PhD (in original language and in English); link to online repository (when available); institution; month of award; 500 words abstract (in English). Submission deadline: March 31, 2021. Contact information: firstname.lastname@example.org