Virginia Review of Asian Studies
Current Issue: Volume 14, No. 2 Fall 2012
The Editors of the VIRGINIA REVIEW OF ASIAN STUDIES seek scholarly articles, scholarly notes, and book reviews on any topic pertaining to Asian Studies. We are especially eager to publish the work of younger scholars, graduate students, and on occasion superb pieces by advanced undergraduates in Asian Studies.
The Virginia Review of Asian Studies (VRAS) is an annual publication of the Dept. of Asian Studies at Mary Baldwin College and the Virginia Consortium of Asian Studies (VCAS). VRAS is designed to promote quality scholarship on Asia in Virginia and the Southeast. The editors of VRAS invite material on any aspect of Asian Studies for editorial review. Because VCAS especially encourages research and study on Asia in the classroom, work from graduate or advanced undergraduate students is very welcome. Faculty are also invited to submit high quality papers by advanced students. Scholars are especially encouraged to submit research or work in progress for the sake of eliciting comments from colleagues with the full understanding that improved versions of that work may be published elsewhere later.
Send all articles for consideration and all other correspondence to editor Daniel Metraux at email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
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