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Journal of Asian American Studies takes home CELJ Award
At the Modern Language Association's (MLA) annual conference earlier this month, the Council of Editors of Learned Journals (CELJ) announced the winners of their annual awards competition. We are thrilled to announce that the February 2021 issue of the Journal...
Panel from "To My 21-Year-Old Self" by By Thaomi Michelle Dinh and Bryan Dan Trinh
Celebrate Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month
Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, celebrated every year in May, is a time to recognize the historical and cultural contributions of Asian Americans and Pacific Islander Americans. In recognition of the lasting and rich contributions of...
Real Conversations to Solve Problems
Earlier this year, the Journal of Asian American Studies released a special issue guest edited by Robyn Magalit Rodriguez, Professor and Chair of Asian American Studies at the University of California, Davis. She is also the founding director for the Bulosan...
Celebrating Asian Pacific American Contributions
The celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month has only existed since 1990 when President George H.W. Bush extended the existing week-long commemoration to the entire month of May. JHUP journals have a long history of research about Asian American...
A New Angle on Asian Social Mobility
Scholars have studied the topic of social mobility for Asian Americans for years. But a collection of essays in the most recent issue of the Journal of Asian American Studies took a special look at the topic, said journal editor Rick Bonus. He joined us for a...
'Bonus' Time with New Editor
Earlier this year, the Journal of Asian American Studies turned over the editorial reins to University of Washington professor Rick Bonus. An associate professor of American Ethnic Studies at UW, Bonus will lead the journal for the next three years. He joined...
Solving the Mystery of Submission and Revision
Earlier this year, the Journal of Asian American Studies published an article by Miami University graduate student Nicolyn Woodcock. The essay "Tasting the 'Forgotten War' Korean/American Memory and Military Base Stew" focused on the role of gastronomical...
JHUP Adds Two Journals to Collection
The Johns Hopkins University Press has added two new journals to its exceptional collection of humanities and social sciences publications. The Journal of Chinese Religions is the official publication of the Society for the Study of Chinese Religions...
Getting to Know 'Twentieth-Century China'
Three new journals have joined the JHU Press collection for 2017. One of the new titles - Twentieth-Century China - fits into our list very well. TCC editor Kristin Stapleton said the journal has a compatible relationship with Late Imperial China. Director of...