The Irish Journal of Asian Studies – IJAS – Volume 2: 2016

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Iris Éireannach an Léinn Áisigh

Affiliated with THE SCHOOL OF ASIAN STUDIES, University College Cork (UCC), Ireland

Journal aims and scope:

The Title provides a multi-disciplinary space for the publication of original, scholarly articles encompassing all aspects of research relating to Asia in the broadest sense, from pre-modern times until the present day. Articles engaging with critical theory and innovative methodological approaches are welcome. The journal has no political or religious stance, and articles will be assessed on academic grounds alone. All articles will be peer-reviewed.

All editorial correspondence, including manuscripts for submission, should be sent to Dr Kevin N. Cawley, Director of the Irish Institute of Korean Studies, School of Asian Studies, O’Rahilly Building, University College Cork, Ireland. Email: k.cawley@ucc.ie

Managing Editor:

Kevin  N. Cawley, University College Cork, Ireland

Editorial Advisory Board:

Brian Bocking, University College Cork, Ireland

Robert Chard, University of Oxford, UK

Yuwen Chen, Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan

Hugo Dobson, University of Sheffield, UK

James Huntley Grayson, University of Sheffield, UK

Lidia Guzy, University College Cork, Ireland

Tjalling Halbertsma, University of Groningen, Netherlands

Woncheol Jang, Gyeongsang National University, South Korea

David J. Kim, Purchase College SUNY, USA

James B. Lewis, University of Oxford, UK

Izumi Niwa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Japan

Jackie Sheehan, University College Cork, Ireland

Bhubhindar Singh, Nanyang Technological College, Singapore

Till Weingaertner, University College Cork, Ireland

The Irish Journal of Asian Studies – IJAS – Volume 1: Summer 2015

ijas coverIris Éireannach an Léinn Áisigh

Affiliated with THE SCHOOL OF ASIAN STUDIES, University College Cork (UCC), Ireland

 

Journal aims and scope:

The Title provides a multi-disciplinary space for the publication of original, scholarly articles encompassing all aspects of research relating to Asia in the broadest sense, from pre-modern times until the present day. Articles engaging with critical theory and innovative methodological approaches are welcome. The journal has no political or religious stance, and articles will be assessed on academic grounds alone. All articles will be peer-reviewed.

All editorial correspondence, including manuscripts for submission, should be sent to Dr Kevin N. Cawley, Director of the Irish Institute of Korean Studies, School of Asian Studies, O’Rahilly Building, University College Cork, Ireland. Email: k.cawley@ucc.ie

 

Managing Editor:

Kevin  N. Cawley, University College Cork, Ireland

 

Editorial Advisory Board:

Brian Bocking, University College Cork, Ireland

Robert Chard, University of Oxford, UK

Yuwen Chen, Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan

Hugo Dobson, University of Sheffield, UK

James Huntley Grayson, University of Sheffield, UK

Lidia Guzy, University College Cork, Ireland

Tjalling Halbertsma, University of Groningen, Netherlands

Woncheol Jang, Gyeongsang National University, South Korea

David J. Kim, Purchase College SUNY, USA

James B. Lewis, University of Oxford, UK

Izumi Niwa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Japan

Jackie Sheehan, University College Cork, Ireland

Bhubhindar Singh, Nanyang Technological College, Singapore

Till Weingaertner, University College Cork, Ireland