Meet the Editor Series

Our popular “Meet the Editor” series returns in August for its second year. These webinars, taking place over four consecutive weeks, will showcase our journals, book series, and online database, providing invaluable information for potential authors. Time will be set aside for questions, which you may ask during the webinar or in advance when you register.

We look forward to welcoming everyone interested in publishing with AAS!

Meet the Journal of Asian Studies Editor

Wednesday, August 9, 2023, 2:00-3:00pm ET

Joseph S. Alter, Editor of the Journal of Asian Studies, will discuss the preparation of manuscripts for submission and the peer review process. WATCH EVENT VIDEO

Meet the Asia Shorts and Asia Past & Present Editor

Wednesday, August 16, 2023, 2:00-3:00pm ET

Published by AAS in conjunction with Columbia University Press, Asia Shorts has a unique mission in our contemporary publishing environment.  The longest-standing AAS book series, Asia Past and Present, is the AAS scholarly monograph series. Editor David Kenley will introduce both book series and discuss how potential authors can prepare a manuscript for submission. WATCH EVENT VIDEO

Meet the Education About Asia and Key Issues in Asian Studies Editor

Wednesday, August 23, 2023, 2:00-3:00pm ET

Lucien Ellington, EAA editor, encourages potential authors who are interested in contributing to the journal to attend this session. Those unfamiliar with EAA are strongly encouraged to visit the EAA archives and review author guidelines before the session. Ellington will also discuss the Key Issues in Asian Studies series of classroom texts he edits. WATCH EVENT VIDEO

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Meet the Bibliography of Asian Studies Editor

Wednesday, August 30, 2023, 2:00-3:00pm ET

This session will be an opportunity to meet with David Magier, interim editor of the Bibliography of Asian Studies, to familiarize scholars with the single most indispensable multidisciplinary resource for studying, teaching, and learning about Asia at all levels. WATCH EVENT VIDEO

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