UOG’s Pacific Asia Inquiry journal seeks submissions of research papers on Marianas, Micronesia, and Asia-Pacific
The editorial board of Pacific Asia Inquiry is now accepting submissions of scholarly articles, critical essays, and case studies as well as book, film, and other reviews for possible publication in the journal’s Fall 2020 volume. Submissions are welcome from across the liberal arts and social sciences with a submission deadline of Sunday, Nov. 1.
Pacific Asia Inquiry is a peer-reviewed, multidisciplinary journal published online by the University of Guam College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences. It features scholarly research relating to the Mariana Islands, Micronesia and the wider Pacific as well as Asia-oriented studies that make connections with Pacific Islands.
The editors of Volume 11 are especially interested in creating a special issue that focuses on Pacific Island cultural ways of wisdom or Pacific philosophies. They seek papers that will assist in the process of bringing Pacific philosophies into the academy for classroom and further academic debate. The board is keenly interested in papers that draw out Pacific cultural ways of knowing what and how (epistemology); ways of living well (morality and ethics); ways of reasoning (logic); and ways of being in the world and understanding reality (cosmology and metaphysics).
Fiction, poetry, art drawings, and photographs will not be entertained but can be submitted to the college’s Storyboard journal.
For submission procedures and guidelines and for access to previous volumes, which may be used as a general reference, visit https://www.uog.edu/pai. For more information, contact the editors: