Ihe Irish Journal of Asian Studies (IJAS)
The Irish Journal of Asian Studies (IJAS) is an international peer-reviewed online journal, which provides a significant multi-disciplinary space for the publication of original, scholarly articles encompassing all aspects of research relating to Asia in the broadest sense, from pre-modern times until the present day. The journal is especially interested in articles by scholars who research in Asian languages, using original material, while engaging with critical theory and innovative methodological approaches. It will also publish reviews on recently authored material of important works.
The Journal is launched by Founding and Managing Editor Kevin N. Cawley, University College Cork, Ireland.
CEASG is part of the Editorial Advisory Board through its International Director, Tjalling Halbertsma.
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