Call for Papers: Innovative Research in Japanese Studies

call for papers [150-2]On behalf of our graduate students’ journal Innovative Research in Japanese Studies (IRJS), I would like to extend a warm invitation to graduate students to submit their work for the upcoming 2015 issue, the second issue of this journal.

Our first issue presents five outstanding papers submitted by graduate students from the US, Europe and Israel. To review publication please go to http://www.irjs.org/#!irjs-volume-1-2014—table-of-contents/clii

IRJS aims to become a pioneering international journal showcasing outstanding papers on Japan written by graduate students; it is one of the few publications in existence with such a mission.

IRJS accepts original articles from all academic disciplines pertaining to Japan, including but not limited to politics, international relations, economics, history, literature, cultural studies, anthropology and the arts.

Supported by the Israeli Association for Japanese Studies (IAJS) papers submitted to IRJS will be fully reviewed by our editorial board. Authors of the selected articles will enjoy personal, step by step guidance until publication by members of the editorial board.

IRJS is currently accepting submissions for our second edition. The deadline for submissions is October 30, 2014.

Submissions guidelines can be found at http://www.irjs.org/#!submission/cnec

Our editorial board is listed at  http://www.irjs.org/#!staff/c1ktj

Best regards,

Rotem P. Ayalon
IRJS Managing Director iajapanstudies@gmail.com
IRJS Journal www.irjs.org
About IAJS Grads: http://www.japan-studies.org/IAJS-Grads.html

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Paula lives in the vortex of academic life. She studies medieval Japanese history.
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