Scholars are invited to submit papers for a special issue focusing on women, gender, the family, and children in the Pacific-Asia region. Articles, critical essays, and case studies (both applied and theoretical) across the liberal arts and social sciences are welcome. The research emphasis of this occasional series accommodates in-depth studies on the Pacific and adjacent Asia, particularly including the Chamorro region and Micronesia. Contributors are invited not only to share their innovative research, but also to challenge extant positions and perspectives. Any theoretical or methodological approach may be employed so long as it is documented in a readable style of writing that is accessible to specialists and non-specialists alike. Authors may choose to focus on any ethnic group, national culture, historical period, genre, or media.
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Dr. Elizabeth Kelley Bowman, Editor
Pacific Asia Inquiry
Pacific Asia Inquiry is a peer reviewed on-line journal dedicated to showcasing works on the Pacific Asia Region and to advancing knowledge and understanding of this region. The Pacific Asia has long been the focus of intense cultural, political and economic interaction with other world regions, and it is the central theme of this journal.
Pacific Asia Inquiry analyzes and publishes contributions from a wide scope of works - national and international, regional and global, historical and current. Contributions are drawn from multiple disciplines in the liberal arts and social sciences - including sociology, psychology, communication, language and literature, visual arts, music, drama, history, geography, anthropology, philosophy, political science and economics. This journal appeals to academics, policy makers, and both government and non-government professionals with an interest in the Pacific Asia Region. Special edition themes under consideration include Economic Development and Social Change, Militarization in Pacific Asia, Culture Change and Global Interactions, After Orientalism, and Trends in the Visual Arts.
The Editorial Board of Pacific Asia Inquiry welcomes theoretical and field oriented contributions and analyses. Articles, critical essays, and case studies applied or theoretical that span the liberal arts and social sciences are welcome. The research emphasis of this series accommodates in-depth studies. Contributors are invited to share their innovative research, challenging past and current positions and perspectives. Any interdisciplinary approach may be employed so long as it is documented in a readable style of writing that is accessible to specialists and non-specialists alike. Authors may submit their writings on problems and issues associated with any ethnic group, national culture, historical period, genre, or media so long as the article has some scholarly and/or intellectual relevance or relation to Pacific Asia, especially Micronesia.
All submissions and editorial inquiries should be addressed to the Editor, Dr. Nicholas Goetzfridt, Division of Social and Behavioral Sciences, College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences, UOG Station, University of Guam, Mangilao, Guam 96923, email: firstname.lastname@example.org. See final page for submission procedures.
Members of the Editorial Board are faculty members and academic administrators of the College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences of the University of Guam. The members of the Board are:
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