The JSA Journal
The Japan Studies Association Journal is a peer reviewed journal publishing articles that have Japan studies (both concerning the country and the people) as a specific focus or as a point of comparison in a discussion involving other countries.
Presenters at the JSA Annual Conference as well as other scholars are invited to submit manuscripts for consideration in the JSA Journal. To be considered, the manuscript must not have been previously published and should be on a topic of appeal to readers of the journal, most of whom have Japan as an interest area rather than an area of expertise.
Submissions are continuously accepted. Papers that provide material useful to professors interested in incorporating information about Japan into their regular courses are especially appropriate. The journal is also interested in pedagogical "notes" on teaching Japan studies and in technology "notes" that provide information about Japan and analysis of articles, books, video, Internet, and other material for teaching Japan studies.
Previous Issues of the JSA Journal
Seven volumes of the Japan Studies Association Journal has thus far been published. JSA is currently working on its eighth volume.
To view a pdf of the contents of previously published volumes of the journal, follow the links below: