December 01, 2012
MJAS: Call for Student Editors
The Michigan Journal of Asian Studies (MJAS) is a peer-reviewed journal that provides a forum for undergraduate and graduate students to publish their research or analytical papers relevant to the field of Asian Studies. MJAS accepts submissions from the social sciences and humanities concerning or related to the study of broader Asia. MJAS also wishes to contribute to the larger community of scholarship through our open-access website.
MJAS is currently looking for editors for the Winter 2013 semester. The editors meet regularly and spend time outside of these meetings reading and reviewing submissions. If anyone is interested in becoming an editor for MJAS, please contact the undergraduate editing director (undergrad[dot]mjas[at]gmail[dot]com) or the graduate editing director (grad[dot]mjas[at]gmail[dot]com) with a CV attached. The appropriate Editing Director will contact you shortly. We must receive your email of interest by 13th of January if you are to be considered for a position. MJAS is a great way to understand the process of publishing and being published and you get the opportunity to read interesting papers on a variety of topics. If you have any questions please feel free to email us. Thank you.
Please visit www.michiganjournalofasianstudies.com for more information.
Posted by zzhu at December 1, 2012 02:46 PM