Session 4 in the Summer 2022 “Meet the Editor” Series
Wednesday, August 10, 2022
3:00-4:00pm Eastern Time
This AAS Digital Dialogue session will offer attendees a chance to be better positioned for successful publication in the AAS pedagogical publications, Education About Asia (EAA) or Key Issues in Asian Studies (KIAS), both edited by Lucien Ellington. In order to make the Digital Dialogue session as effective as possible, potential EAA contributors are encouraged to visit the EAA homepage and review editorial guidelines and other relevant information. Participants who are not familiar, or have limited familiarity, with EAA are encouraged to attend this Digital Dialogue session but it is important that they also visit the EAA online archives and read sample articles, teaching resource essays, and reviews in order to gain a better sense of the publication.
Readers interested in publishing a KIAS volume should first visit the KIAS homepage to learn more about the publication. It is highly recommended before attending this Digital Dialogue session that interested participants visit the Asia Shorts homepage in order to understand how these two publications differ in their mission statements, intended audiences, structure, and length. Time will also be set aside to address questions you are invited to submit in advance.
Lucien Ellington is founding editor of Education About Asia, as well as editor of Key Issues in Asian Studies. He is a UC Foundation Professor of Education at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, where he teaches social and historical foundations of education, andhistory and social science methods courses. Ellington directs the Asia Program at UTC and teaches East Asia professional development programs through the National Consortium for Teaching about Asia (NCTA). His degrees include an MA in History from Mississippi State University, an EdD in Secondary Education (Social Sciences) from the University of Mississippi, and an MA in Economic Education from the University of Minnesota. A former high school teacher and director of a secondary school humanities program, he is the author of four books on Japan, and over 80 articles and essays on topics such as northeast Asia, history and social science education, economic history, liberal education, and educational reform. Ellington also was editor of ABC-CLIO’s Asia: A Global Handbook Series. He is a senior fellow for the Foreign Policy Research Institute (Education Division). Ellington has been leader or co-leader for 12 educator study tours in East Asia.