Journals

All NUS Press journals are available online through university libraries that subscribe to Project MUSEPlease contact us at npubox5[@]nus.edu.sg if you are interested to start a new journal.



Published quarterly in February, May, August and November for Singapore’s East Asian Institute by NUS Press, China: An International Journal (CIJ) focuses on contemporary China, including Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan, covering the fields of politics, economics, society, geography, law, culture and international relations. CIJ is indexed and abstracted in Social Sciences Citation Index®, Journal Citation Reports/Social Sciences Edition, Current Contents®/Social and Behavioral Sciences, International Bibliography of Social Sciences, Bibliography of Asian Studies and Econlit. For more information, visit the journal homepage here and direct all editorial correspondence to cij@nus.edu.sg.


 
Southeast of Now: Directions in Contemporary and Modern Art in Asia aims to look and listen closely to the discursive spaces in, from, and around the region that is referred to as Southeast Asia, from a historical perspective. The journal presents a necessarily diverse range of perspectives not only on the contemporary and modern art of Southeast Asia, but indeed of the region itself: its borders, its identity, its efficacy, and its limitations as a geographical marker and a conceptual category. As such, the journal is defined by a commitment to the need for and importance of rigorous discussion, of the contemporary and modern art of the domain that lies south of China, east of India, and north of Australia.

 

 
Jointly sponsored by the Burma Studies Group and the Center for Burma Studies at Northern Illinois University, the Journal of Burma Studies (JBS) is published twice a year (June and December) by NUS Press. JBS seeks to publish the best scholarly research focused on Burma/Myanmar and its minority and diasporic cultures from a variety of disciplines, ranging from art history and religious studies, to economics and law. Published since 1997, it draws together research and critical reflection on Burma/Myanmar from scholars across Asia, North America and Europe. For more information, visit the journal homepage here and direct all editorial correspondence to ohandlin@fas.harvard.edu.