China related journals in alphabetical order

中国相关研究期刊---字母顺序

 

American Journal of Chinese Medicine
This journal publishes review articles, research reports, and essays related to traditional or ethnomedicine of all cultures.
Editor in Chief: Jo22hn J. Kao

American Journal of Chinese Studies (AJCS)
The American Journal of Chinese Studies is the official publication of the American Association for Chinese Studies and is published twice a year, in April and October.

The language of publication is English. The Journal invites the submission of original articles on Taiwan, mainland China, and locales with significant Chinese population or influence in all disciplines of the social sciences and humanities.

All manuscripts are refereed for acceptance, except for those commissioned on specific subjects within carefully prescribed parameters.

Manuscripts, generally not to exceed 25 pages, should be typed and double-spaced. Footnotes are to be typed at the bottom of the text, with references at the end of the manuscript.

For transliteration, the Wade-Giles System is required for information pertinent to the Republic of China and the Pinyin System for the People's Republic of China.

For additional information on styling, consult The Chicago Manual of Style, which must be followed.

Please send two hard copies of your double-spaced manuscript and a DOS formatted disk, preferably in WordPerfect 6 or Microsoft Word 6, as well as a short biographical note to: Thomas J. Bellows, Editor

Asia Major
Asia Major, Third Series (issued semi-annually), is published by the Institute of History and Philology of the Academia Sinica, Taiwan. It is a continuation of Asia Major, New Series. It covers all periods of Chinese history, literature, ideas, and culture in general. Included are the histories and cultures of other East and Central Asian peoples in their relations with China.
Editor: Denis Twitchett

Australian journal of Chinese affairs
Contemporary China Centre, Australian National University, 0156-7365

Beijing Review
The Beijing Review provides information on China's reform and opening and is published weekly. The Beijing Review is currently published in five languages, including English, French, German, Spanish and Japanese. It is distributed to more than 150 countries and regions.

Journal of the British Association for Chinese Studies
The Journal of the British Association for Chinese Studies is a peer-reviewed e-journal publishing articles and reviews in the discipline areas covered by BACS: Arts / Humanities and Social Sciences on traditional and modern China. This is a service provided by BACS for the benefit of the academic community: there are no charges to readers or contributors. The journal is available to view in pdf format online: http://www.bacsuk.org.uk/BACS_JOURNAL.php

Journal of Current Chinese Affairs
Journal of Current Chinese Affairs is a German academic journal (ISSN 0341-6631). The internationally refereed journal focuses on political, economic and social developments in the People’s Republic of China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan. http://journals.sub.uni-hamburg.de/giga/jcca

China: An International Journal (CIJ)
It focuses on contemporary China, including Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan, covering the fields of politics, economics, society, geography, law, culture and international relations. While established China scholars are the main target of CIJ, the editors hope the Journal will be of particular interest to new China scholars just beginning their careers. CIJ is published every March and September.

China Focus
China Focus is published by Princeton China Initiative, a nonprofit organization. Published monthly.
Liu Binyan

Journal of China in Comparative Perspective (JCCP)
is the only peer-reviewed bilingual journal for social scientific studies of China in the world, published quarterly in Jan, April, July and October in both print and electronic versions, by CCPN Global from 2014.
Editor: Xiangqun Chang, UK and China 

China Information
China Information is an English-language, refereed academic journal on contemporary China (articles not available on Internet). The journal is looking for China scholars interested in reviewing recent books.
Chief Editor: Woei Lien Chong

The China Journal (Pro1995 Australian journal of Chinese affairs )
The China Journal is a refereed, scholarly publication that focuses on topics relating to China, Hong Kong and Taiwan since 1949, plus studies of the major issues that contribute to understanding of Communist Party history and contemporary events. The Journal is published twice yearly -- in January and July -- by the Contemporary China Centre at the Australian National University.
Editors: Andrew Kipnis and Luigi Tomba

China Perspectives (in English and French)
China Perspectives is a cross-disciplinary and peer-reviewed journal on contemporary China established in 1994. It is published both in English and in French (under the name Perspectives Chinoises). It is the main academic journal on contemporary China published by a French institution (The CEFC or French Center for Research on contemporary China, a publicly funded research institute based in Hong Kong).

Journal of Chinese Philosophy
Published on behalf of the International Society for Chinese Philosophy, edited by Chung-Ying Cheng, Print ISSN: 0301-8121; Online ISSN: 1540-6253
Frequency: Quarterly; website:  http://www.wiley.com/bw/editors.asp?ref=0301-8121|

Journal of Current Chinese Affairs
is an internationally refereed academic journal jointly published by the GIGA Institute of Asian Studies, Hamburg and the National Institute of Chinese Studies, White Rose East Asia Centre, United Kingdom. http://hup.sub.uni-hamburg.de/giga/jcca/index|

The China Quarterly
The China Quarterly (ISSN 0009-4439) has publishes research on every aspect of modern China.
Editor: Richard Louis Edmonds, UK

China Report
China Report covers inter-related subject areas such as economics, history, international relations, law, politics and sociology. In addition to research articles, the journal carries review articles, book reviews and a documents section.
Editor: Giri Deshinakar
Published by Sage

The China Review: An Interdisciplinary Journal on Greater China
The China Review is an annual publication of The Chinese University Press since 1990. The new journal is scheduled to come out twice a year in March and September; like its predecessor, it is a scholarly journal covering various disciplines of study on Greater China and its people, namely, domestic politics and international relations; society, business and economic development; modern history, the arts and cultural studies.

The China Review welcomes the submission of high-quality research articles, research notes and book reviews dealing with the political, economic and social aspects of modern and contemporary China. Research article manuscripts should not be longer than 10,000 words in length. Research notes should normally be 3,000 words, and book reviews between 800 and 1,000 words.

They should be submitted in electronic format with three typewritten hard copies, double-spaced, with footnotes grouped together at the end of the paper. The style of the text and footnotes should conform to those used in The Chicago Manual of Style (14th edition, 1993). The China Review does not accept manuscripts that have already been published or are being considered for publication elsewhere.

Chair of the editorial board: Wang Shaoguang, Politics,
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Publisher: Steven K. Luk, Chinese University Press, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

For subscription and advertising information, please contact:
The Chinese University Press
The Chinese University of Hong Kong,
Sha Tin, N. T., Hong Kong
China
Tel: (852) 2609 6508
Fax: (852) 2603 7355
E-mail: cup@cuhk.edu.hk
Web-site: http://www.cuhk.edu.hk/cupress|

China Review International
Twice a year China Review International presents English language reviews of recently published China-related books and monographs from China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Japan, Europe, the U.S., and elsewhere. It is intended for all those interested in Chinese culture and civilization, and enables the sinologist to keep abreast of cutting-edge scholarship in Chinese studies.
Editor: Roger T. Ames, University of Hawai'i

China Rights Forum
China Rights Forum is the source for information about human rights issues relating to mainland China. Contributors include academics and activists, as well as politicians and observers, writing on a wide range of subjects, from philosophy to the right to education, from migrant workers to legal reform. Published quarterly.
Editor: Sophia Woodman
For more information please visit the Human Rights in China website.

China Scholarship
The goal of China Scholarship is to improve the quality of research in humanities and social sciences in China; promote the scholarly accomplishment of the Chinese speaking world; enhance the intellectual cohesiveness of Cultural China; and strengthen in-depth scholarly exchange between China and the rest of the world. It is our objective to make Chinese a working language for the international scholarly community, and to establish the contemporary reconstruction of Chinese culture in the global context. Published four times a year.

Please send all submissions and editorial
correspondence to:

China Scholarship Commercial Publisher
36 Wangfujing da jie
Beijing, China 100710
fax: (86-10)6901-3392
Email: dongliu@public2.east.net.cn|

Chinese Economic Trends
Chinese Economic Trends provides data on the main aspects of the Chinese economy and analyses of specific economic events. Topics covered include budgets, monetary policy, exchange rate policy, prices, employment, consumer expenditure, production, wages, investment, and foreign trade, plus an appendix of major economic events of the preceding quarter. Published quarterly.

North American orders: Chinese Economic
Trends P.O. Box 1897 Lawrence, KS 66044-
8897, U.S.A. Phone: (785) 843-1235 Fax: (785)
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The Chinese Economy
Presents studies of ongoing developments in the Chinese economy. Articles by economists provide analysis of the functioning of the economy, the problems of reform, and debates over economic policy. Published six times a year by M.E. Sharpe.
Editor: Joseph Fewsmith
Institutional Rate (US) $838
Individual Rate (US) $119
Institutional Rate (Foreign) $938
Individual Rate (Foreign) $189

Journal of Chinese Economic and Foreign Trade Studies
The Journal of Chinese Economic and Foreign Trade Studies (JCEFTS) negotiates China's unique position within the international economy, and its interaction across the globe. From a truly international perspective, the journal publishes both qualitative and quantitative research in all areas of Chinese business and foreign trade, technical economics, business environment and business strategy.
For more information, please email collections@emeraldinsight.com or visit the Emerald Accounting, Finance & Economics eJournals Collection page.

Journal of Chinese Economic and Business Studies
Launched in 2003, the Journal of Chinese Economic and Business Studies (JCEBS) is the official journal of the Chinese Economic Association (UK). ISSN: 1476-5284, published by Routledge, Taylor and Francis Ltd. http://www.ceauk.org.uk/publications/|

Chinese Education and Society
Translates documents that mark and illustrate the major overhaul of China's educational system. This journal presents educational and youth topics through thematic issues. Published by M.E. Sharpe six times a year.
Editor: Stanley Rosen, University of Southern California
Institutional Rate (US) $838
Individual Rate (US) $119
Institutional Rate (Foreign) $938
Individual Rate (Foreign) $189

The International Journal of Current Chinese Studies 
Asociación de Estudios Chinos Lu Xun
C/Hurtado de Amézaga, 3, 1º-Izq
48008, Bilbao
Spain
Tel: (34) 944 050 291
E-mail: editor@estudioschinos.com|
Website: http://www.estudioschinos.com/revista.htm|

Chinese Law and Government
Offers unabridged translations of scholarly works and policy documents in the fields of politics and government originally published in China. Works from Japanese, Russian, and Taiwanese sources are also occasionally included. Published six times a year by M.E. Sharpe.
Editor: Michael Y.M. Kau, Brown University
Associate Editor: James Tong, UCLA
Institutional Rate (US) $838
Individual Rate (US) $119
Institutional Rate (Foreign) $938
Individual Rate (Foreign) $189

Chinese Literature
Chinese Literature, founded in 1951, is a quarterly magazine published in English and French, presenting contemporary and classical writing, poetry, literary criticism and arts.
For recent articles, please visit the Chinese Literature website.

Chinese Medical Sciences Journal
The journal publishes original research papers, review papers and short communications on almost every branch of basic and clinical medicine, pharmacology and traditional Chinese medicine, submitted from medical colleges throughout the PRC. The journal also features occasional supplements focusing on special professional fields. Published quarterly.
Editor: Gu Fangzhou
For more information please visit:
http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/tf/10019294.html

Chinese Review of Anthropology (in Chinese)
Editor: Wang Mingming
Website:  www.cranth.cn|

Chinese Science
Now known as the Journal of East Asian Science and Medicine, this annual journal examines Chinese science in both pre-modern and modern settings. Established in 1975 by Nathan Sivin, the journal is now edited by Hans Ulrich Vogel at the University of Tuebingen, Germany. From 1993 to 1998 the journal was edited by Benjamin Elman and was based at the University of California, Los Angeles. The Chinese Science website includes tables of contents for back issues. The contents of issues 11 and 12 are available on-line.

Chinese Sociology and Anthropology
The journal focuses on three regions of China-The People's Republic, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. The journal examines themes of social class and stratification, social movements, popular culture, newly emerging sub-cultures and social mores, marriage patterns and family structure, and ethnic minorities.
Published four times a year by M.E. Sharpe.
Editor: Anita Chan, Australian National University
Institutional Rate (US) $613
Individual Rate (US) $119
Institutional Rate (Foreign) $686
Individual Rate (Foreign) $172

Chinese Studies in History
Chinese Studies in History is a journal that translates papers delivered at major Chinese conferences and those published in such journals as Lishi yanjitu (Studies in History), including materials from the Republican period. The journal identifies current trends in historical research in China and topics explored by Chinese historians. Published four times a year by M.E. Sharpe.
Editor: Li Yu-ning, St. John's University
Institutional Rate (US) $613
Individual Rate (US) $119
Institutional Rate (Foreign) $686
Individual Rate (Foreign) $172

Contemporary Chinese Thought
Features translations of current writings on all aspects of philosophy, from theoretical essays on systems to studies of China's cultural and religious development, from interpretations of the Chinese classics to exegeses on Marxist thought. Published four times a year by M.E.Sharpe.
Editor: Carine Defoort, Katholieke Universiteit Leuvin
Institutional Rate (US) $613
Individual Rate (US) $119

Contemporary Literature of China
Edited by regional experts, this anthology of contemporary Asian literature offers a broad selection of recent fiction, drama, and poetry using the best translations - many otherwise unavailable in English in North America. Focuses on contemporary literature from India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, the Philippines, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Korea, Japan, and Vietnam.

Current Politics and Economics of China
This scholarly periodical includes in its scope the entire spectrum of contemporary politics and economics of China. The coverage is intended to deal with China, its political dynamics, economic policies, institutions and its future. The journal contains original articles. Topics include: foreign policy; domestic policy; treaties; monetary and fiscal policies; foreign economic aid; military policies; employment patterns; inflation news; security affairs; government; environment; elections; political parties and their activities; trade balance reports; energy policies; aging, pensions and insurance; interactions with international political and economic organizations; industrial policies; savings rates. 1997. Volume 1. $95.
Quarterly.
To order, please visit the Nova Science Publishing, Inc. website.

Early China
Early China is published annually by the Society for the Study of Early China and the Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California, Berkeley.
Editor: Donald Harper
UCLA Center for East Asian Studies: Journals, China 22/10/2008 16:10
http://www.international.ucla.edu/eas/journal/china.htm Page 9 of 18
Anyone wishing to join the Society for the Study
of Early China may do so by sending a check
for $30.00 ($20.00 for students) to Early China,
Institute of East Asian Studies, University of
California, Berkeley, CA 94720.

Early Medieval China
Published by The Early Medieval China Group, Incorporated. The journal was founded in 1994 with the purpose of advancing the understanding in all disciplines of the "Period of Disunity," and of developments during the later Han and Tang dynasties that are related to the era.
Published annually.
Editor: Cynthia L. Chennault
To subscribe, contact:
Early Medieval China
c/o Ken Klein
East Asian Library
University of Southern California
Los Angeles, CA 90089-0182
Email: kklein@usc.edu|

Fudan Journal : http://www.ias.fudan.edu.cn/News/Detail.aspx?ID=106|

Harvard China Review
The Harvard China Review (HCR) is jointly published by Harvard China Forum and Cambridge China Institute.
Harvard China Forum is a graduate student organization based at Harvard University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. By comprehensively and objectively introducing the nature and context of the transformation currently occurring in Greater China, the HCR seeks to enhance mutual understanding and cooperation between Greater China and the rest of the world, and to help accelerate the integration of this region into the international arena.
Editor in Chief: Yong Zhang

International Journal of Chinese Culture and Management (IJCCM)|
The objectives of IJCCM are to establish an effective channel of communication between academic and research institutions, policy makers, government agencies and persons concerned with the complexities of Chinese culture, economics and management, among other topics. It also aims to promote and coordinate developments in the field of Chinese studies.

Journal of the Chinese Language Teachers Association
JCLTA publishes articles in the areas of Chinese language pedagogy, Chinese linguistics and Chinese literature.
Editor: Prof. Shou-hsin Teng

Journal of Chinese Linguistics
Published three times a year.
Editor: William S-Y. Wang
2222 Piedmont Ave
University of California,
Berkeley, CA 94720-2170
Telephone : (510) 642-5937
Inquiries: JCL@socrates.berkeley.edu|

Journal of Chinese Medicine
The Journal of Chinese Medicine is an English language journal for professional and student level information on the entire field of Chinese medicine.
Editor: Peter Deadman

Journal of Contemporary China
Published three times a year by Carfax, the Journal of Contemporary China publishes theoretical and policy research as well as research notes and review articles.
Editor: Suisheng Zhao

Journal of Sung-Yuan Studies
JSYS (ISSN 1059-3152) is an annual publication devoted to promoting scholarship in all disciplines related to the Sung (Song), Liao, Chin (Jin), Hsia (Xia), and Yuan dynasties in China.
Editor: James M. Hargett, Department of East
Asian Studies, The University at Albany-SUNY

Late Imperial China
The journal for historians specializing in the Ming and Qing dynasties. Features new work from scholars in Europe, Japan, Taiwan, and the People's Republic of China.
Editor: William T. Rowe
For more information and for a subscription please contact:
The John Hopkins University Press
P.O. Box 19966
Baltimore, MD 21211-0966, USA
Phone: 1-800-548-1748
Fax: (410) 516-6968
Email: jlorder@jhupress.jhu.edu|
http://www.press.jhu.edu/press/journals|

Ming Studies
Ming Studies is a refereed journal concerned with scholarship on all aspects of Chinese society and culture from the 14th to the 17th century. It is published twice a year and features articles, book reviews, news of the field, and biographical material. It also publishes once a year listings of recently completed Ph.D. dissertations and dissertation projects related to the Ming.
For more information please contact:
Dietrich Tschanz dtschanz@rci.rutgers.edu|  or Scott Hall  ,
Room 330, EALC, Rutgers Univesity, 43 College Ave, New
Brunswick, NJ 08901-1164

Modern China: An International Quarterly of History and Social Science
Editor: Philip C.C. Huang
History, University of California Los Angeles
Co-Editor: Kathryn Bernhardt
History, University of California Los Angeles
Associate Editor: Clayton Dube
Center for Chinese Studies, University of
California Los Angeles

The editors of Modern China welcome articles based on original research; articles devoted to new interpretations, new questions, or new answers to old questions; and substantial review articles based on particular areas of scholarship. All substantial articles received are sent anonymously to two referees who are asked to respond within thirty days. Our target is to respond to authors within two months. Favorably evaluated articles are generally published six to twelve months after the final manuscript has been received.

Submit manuscripts to
Philip C.C. Huang
Editor, Modern China
Department of History
University of California, Los Angeles
Los Angeles, California 90095-1473
USA

Modern Chinese Literature and Culture| (has a large database)
Modern Chinese Literature and Culture (MCLC), formerly Modern Chinese Literature (1984-1998), is a scholarly journal devoted to the literature and culture of twentieth century China, with China understood not in the narrow, political sense. The journal publishes themes on literature of all genres, film and television, popular culture, performance and visual art, print and material culture, etc..

Published six times a year. (MCLC), formerly Modern Chinese Literature (1984-1998), is a scholarly journal devoted to the literature and culture of twentieth century China, with China understood not in the narrow, political sense. The journal publishes themes on literature of all genres, film and television, popular culture, performance and visual art, print and material culture, etc.
Published six times a year.
Editor: Kirk A. Denton

Nan Nu Men, Women and Gender in Early and Imperial China
Managing Editor: Harriet Zurndorfer
Leiden University
Published semi-annually by Brill, the first issue of Nan Nu came out in 1999. The journal publishes original studies relating to gender. Subjects include history, literature, linguistics, anthropology, archaeology, art, music, and law. The journal also publishes book reviews.

The Oracle - The Journal of Yijing Studies
The Oracle is a privately published (i.e., non-refereed) journal, although the contents are generally of an academic standard, devoted to all aspects of the Yi, including the history, text, cultural context, and so forth, both in China and elsewhere. Published approximately twice a year.
Editor: Steve Moore

Perspectives Chinoises (China Perspectives)
The journal aims to provide an informed picture of social, political and economic developments in the People's Republic of China, Taiwan and Hong Kong. Published six times a year.
Editor: Eric Sauted

Renditions
This Chinese-English magazine of literature has been published since 1973. The website includes tables of contents and samples from past issues.
Editor: Eva Hung
Renditions
Chinese University of Hong Kong
Shatin, N.T.
Hong Kong
Tel: (852) 2609 7407 / 2609 7399 Fax: (852)
2603 5110
e-mail: renditions@cuhk.edu.hk|

Sino-Japanese Studies
Sino-Japanese Studies (ISJN 1041-8830), the continuation of Sino-Japanese Studies Newsletter, is published twice annually by the Sino-Japanese Studies Group. Its general purpose is broadly conceived as encouraging research and discussion in the interdisciplinary study of China and Japan together, irrespective of discipline or time period. Essays in SJS come from many different disciplines-literature, history, contemporary politics, art history, and the like-and will continue to do so, as long as contributions are received by the editor.
Editor: Joshua A. Fogel

Sinorama
A Chinese-English magazine that carries news reports about Taiwan.
Sinorama Magazine
5F, No.54, Chunghsiao
East Road Sec. 1
Taipei 100, Taiwan,
R. O. C.
Tel:(02)2392-2256
Fax:(02)2397-0655

Studies in Modern Chinese History
Studies in Modern Chinese History, an ongoing series of monographs, essay collections, and reference works published by Peter Lang Publishing, Inc., contains works of innovative scholarship on Chinese History over the 1839-1989 period.
Editor: Young-tsu Wong, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Tamkang University Chinese Journal
The Journal was started in March 1992, and is published semiannually in April and October by Taiwan Xuesheng Book Co.
Editor-in chief: Dr Lu Guoping:
kplu@ms45.hinet.net|
Executive editor: Ms. Huang Liqing:
054549@mail.tku.edu.tw

Taipei Journal
Published since 1964 by the Government Information Office of the Republic of China, formerly under the name Free China Journal. A journal with sections pertaining to national affairs, economy, politics, and arts & culture.
Editor-in-Chief: Vance Chang

Taiwan Journal of Religious Studies
Published twice a year.
Editor: Dr. Mu-chou Poo
The newly established Taiwan Journal of Religious Studies is now welcoming submissions of the following types of articles in the general field of religious studies. Two issues of the Journal will be published each year by Taiwan Association for Religious Studies.
Institute of History and Philology Academia Sinica,
Taipei, Taiwan

Xuecong
Xuecong, an annual blind-refereed journal of Chinese Studies published at the National University of Singapore, publishes papers on a wide range of subjects related to Chinese studies, including literature, history, philosophy, religion, linguistics, overseas Chinese, popular culture, cultural studies, gender studies, film studies, and translation.
Executive Editors:
Lo Yuet Keung: chsloyk@nus.edu.sg|
James St. Andre: chsjgsa@nus.edu.sg|
Papers may be mailed to:
Department of Chinese Studies Shaw
Foundation Building 5 Arts Link National
University of Singapore Singapore 117570 Tel:
(65) 874-3900 Fax: (65) 779-4167

Yishu - Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art
Published quarterly by the Art & Collection Group Ltd. In Taiwan and edited in Vancouver, Canada, this is the first English language journal that aims to address the artistic developments and theoretical concerns in contemporary Chinese art.
Editor: Ken Lum

Zhongguo Yuwen (Chinese Language)
This is an online journal in Chinese edited by Liu Xiangbo. Articles are presented in both GB and Big 5 coding.

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