Overseen by the AAS Editorial Board, AAS books advance important original research on Asia, bring leading scholarship on Asia to audiences beyond the academy, and support teaching and learning in Asian studies.
AAS books are distributed worldwide by Columbia University Press and sold by Ingram Publisher Services. For further information, please view the announcement about our distribution partnership with Columbia University Press.
E-Books: All Asia Shorts and a selected number of Key Issues in Asian Studies volumes are available in e-book format. We aim to have the entire back run of Key Issues in Asian Studies volumes available in e-book format in 2021. Books available in e-book format will show the e-book option on the Columbia University Press website.
Asia Shorts offers concise, engagingly-written titles written by highly-qualified authors on topics of significance in Asian Studies. Topics are intended to be substantive, generate discussion and debate within the field, and attract interest beyond it.
The Key Issues in Asian Studies book series is designed for use in undergraduate humanities and social science courses, as well as by advanced high-school students and teachers, and will appeal to anyone with an interest in Asia.
Asia Past & Present is the AAS scholarly monograph series. The AAS hopes to support work in emerging or under-represented fields; submissions are welcome.
AAS books are distributed worldwide by Columbia University Press, via Ingram Publisher Services (IPS) in North America, South America, and Asia. All orders for retail accounts should be placed directly with IPS. For customer service in the United States, please contact Ingram Publisher Services, Jackson, TN by phone: (800) 343-4499; fax: (800) 351-5073; or e-mail. For service in the United Kingdom, Europe, Africa, the Middle East, South Asia, and South Africa, phone: (0)1243 843-291; or fax: (0)1243 843-296 or e-mail.
Bookstores or retail establishments interested in selling AAS titles and in need of a complete discount schedule (including return policies) or with special sales inquiries should contact the sales department at Columbia University Press at (212) 459-0600, ext. 7129. For further information, visit https://cup.columbia.edu/for-booksellers.
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For Instructors: Exam and Desk Copies
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Published four times a year
Published for the AAS by Cambridge University Press, the Journal of Asian Studies has long been recognized as the most authoritative and prestigious publication in the field of Asian Studies.
Published three times a year
A unique and innovative journal—a practical teaching resource for secondary school, college, and university instructors, as well as an invaluable source of information for students, scholars, libraries, and anyone with an interest in Asia.
The Bibliography of Asian Studies is the single most important record of research and scholarly literature on East, Southeast, and South Asia written in Western languages.