Modern Asian Studies promotes an understanding of contemporary Asia and its rich inheritance. Covering South Asia, South-East Asia, China, and Japan, this quarterly journal publishes original research articles concerned with the history, geography, politics, sociology, literature, economics, social anthropology and culture of the area. It specialises in the longer monographic essay based on archival materials and new field work. Its expanded book review section offers detailed and in-depth analysis of recent literature. Instructions for Contributors at Cambridge Journals Online
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