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Journal of Song-Yuan Studies

Editor :

Douglas Skonicki, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan

Volume:
Volume
51 (2022)
Frequency:
Frequency
Annually
Published by the Society for Song, Yuan, and Conquest Dynasties Studies, the Journal of Song-Yuan Studies is the premier scholarly journal specializing in the history, literature, and culture of China from 900 to 1400. A substantial annual volume features articles on all disciplines of scholarship related to middle-period China, with an especial focus on the Song, Liao, Jin, Xia, and Yuan dynasties. Since it began publication in 1970, JSYS has published articles by a prestigious list of major scholars in Chinese history, literature, philosophy, religion, art history, and linguistics.
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General Instructions:

Submissions to the Journal of Song-Yuan Studies should be sent in electronic form as email attachments to the Editor (dskonicki@gmail.com). Manuscripts should be double-spaced throughout (text, quotes, and notes), using Times New Roman 12-point. Complete footnotes are preferred, but bibliographies are not required. Since the Journal uses an anonymous review process, authors should not identify themselves on the first page (please provide only a title), in the main body of the article, or in the footnotes.

Style:

Manuscripts should conform, as much as possible, to the guidelines outlined in this style sheet. Authors are strongly encouraged to consult back issues of JSYS for additional information on style.

Book Reviews:

The headings of reviews should contain the following information: title, author, place of publication, publisher, year, number of pages, and price. Unsolicited book reviews (not including comprehensive review essays) are unlikely to be considered.

Romanization:

JSYS uses Hanyu Pinyin for all Chinese romanization.

Chinese Characters:

Characters should appear where necessary in the body of the text or in the footnotes, following the appropriate romanization. Please use the SimSun font for all Chinese and Japanese characters. JSYS does not use separate glossaries. Use only traditional-form characters (fantizi 繁體字) except when citing modern scholarship that is itself produced in simplified form (jiantizi 簡體字). Characters need not be provided for names, terms, and titles familiar to Journal readers (Zhu Xi, Song shi, Zizhi tongjian, Daoxue, etc.). The Editor reserves the privilege to delete any unnecessary characters.

Office Titles And Government Organizations:

English translations of office titles and government organizations should be capitalized (e.g., Prefect, Bureau of Military Affairs, etc.); romanized office titles and government organs should be in lower case and in italics (cishi, shumi yuan, etc.).

Geographical Names:

Use Hanyu Pinyin or, where appropriate, Postal Spellings.

CITATION OF SOURCES:

Do not include the abbreviations p. and pp. before page numbers.

When citing Asian-language material in the notes, give the author’s name followed by characters, romanized title (followed by characters if necessary) without English translation

The Hopkins Press Journals Ethics and Malpractice Statement can be found at the ethics-and-malpractice page.

Editor

Douglas Skonicki
National Tsing Hua University
Department of Chinese Literature
No. 101, Section 2, Kuang-fu Rd.
Hsinchu, Taiwann 300044
dskonicki@gmail.com

Book Review Editor

Brian VivierChinese
Studies Librarian
528 Van Pelt-Dietrich Library
3420 Walnut St.
Philadelphia, PA 19104-6206
vivier@pobox.upenn.edu

Executive Editorial Board

Michal Biran, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Beverly J. Bossler, Brown University
John W. Chaffee, Binghamton University
Ruth Dunnell, Kenyon College
Patricia Ebrey, University of Washington
Michael A. Fuller, University of California – Irvine
Valerie Hansen, Yale University
James Hargett,  The University at Albany
Charles Hartman,  The University at Albany
Tomoyasu Iiyama, Waseda University
Christian Lamoroux, École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales
Chen-hui Lee, National Tsing Hua University
Cho-ying Li, National Tsing Hua University
Liao Hsien-hui, National Tsing Hua University
Peter Lorge, Vanderbilt University
Shane McCausland, SOAS University of London
Tracy Miller, Vanderbilt University
Ruth A. Mostern, University of Pittsburgh
Julia K. Murray, University of Wisconsin
Paul Jakov Smith, Haverford College
Douglas Skonicki, National Tsing Hua University
Don J. Wyatt, Middlebury College
Cong Ellen Zhang, University of Virginia

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    • Current Contents
    • Web of Science

Published annually in November

Readers include: Scholars and students in all disciplines related to Middle Period China, with focus on the Song, Liao, Jin, Xia, and Yuan dynasties (10th to mid-14th centuries)

Print circulation: 200

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Full Page (5.5 x 8”) – $375.00

Half Page (5.5 x 4”) – $281.00

2 Page Spread – $563.00

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November Issue – September 15

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