Call for Papers: Re:locations: Journal of the Asia-Pacific World

call for papers [150-2]Based out of the Asian Institute at the University of Toronto, Re:locationsJournal of the Asia-Pacific World  is a new peer-reviewed, student-run journal seeking to foster dialogue among student researchers working across disciplines, institutions, and regions in Asia and the Pacific. We invite quality submissions from those conducting research related to the Asia-Pacific world.

Are you an undergraduate or graduate student with an undimmed passion and fascination with the Asia-Pacific World looking for your first publication? Re:locations: Journal of the Asia-Pacific World  is inviting submissions for our inaugural issue to be published online in Spring 2017.

On a rolling basis throughout the year, the Re:locations academic forum invites quality submissions from both graduate and undergraduate students from any institution who feel that they have meaningful pieces to contribute to this exchange. Re:locations is also seeking papers, reviews, poetry, translations, and visual artwork that examine the Asia-Pacific world from cultural, environmental, economic, political, and historical perspectives.

Although we stress that our inaugural issue will be open to any submission related to the Asia-Pacific World, we especially welcome any submission focused on Asian diasporas throughout the world and the phenomenon of urbanization.

Journal submissions should be emailed to the Senior Editor at in.doc format by Friday, December 23, 2016. For important submission details please consult our journal’s website before submission:

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