Tang Studies publishes research articles, research notes, scholarly translations, and book reviews. All of these are subject to the same publication process, with the exception of book reviews, which are commissioned by the editor and do not undergo peer review.
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(as of April 29, 2021)
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Nicholas M. Williams, Arizona State University, Nicholas.Morrow.Williams@asu.edu
Wendi Adamek, University of Calgary
Sarah Allen, Wellesley College
Stephen Bokenkamp, Arizona State University
Jack W. Chen, University of Virginia
J. Michael Farmer, University of Texas at Dallas
Amy McNair, University of Kansas
Tracy Miller, Vanderbilt University
James Robson, Harvard University
Jonathan Skaff, Shippensburg University
Anna Shields, Princeton University
Anthony DeBlasi, University at Albany
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