Journal of the British Association for Chinese Studies
By Helen Wang, published
From Michel Hockx: We are pleased to announce the launch of the JOURNAL OF THE BRITISH ASSOCIATION FOR CHINESE STUDIES (JBACS), the new official journal of the British Association for Chinese Studies (BACS).
This is a peer-reviewed e-journal publishing original and innovative research in the multidisciplinary field of Chinese Studies, with articles in a wide range of subject areas history, economics, politics, society, archaeology, language, literature, philosophy, culture, gender, international relations and law relating to modern and pre-modern China.
Volume 1 (December 2011) is available via the BACS website: http://www.bacsuk.org.uk/BACS_JOURNAL.php
The Sino-French Connection and World War One, by Paul Bailey
'In Memory of Norman Bethune': Two Resurrections of the'Spirit of Selflessness' in Maoist China, by Christos Lynteris
We welcome submissions from all scholars with a focus on China, including items that cross disciplinary boundaries or do not otherwise match the subject areas listed above.
All research articles in this journal undergo rigorous peer review, based on initial editor screening and anonymous double-blind refereeing by two referees.
If you would like to submit an article or a book review, please check the submission guidelines available on our website.
All queries and material should be submitted by email: email@example.com
Editor Don Starr (Durham University)
Commissioning Editor Sarah Dauncey (University of Sheffield)
Editorial Board Tim Barrett (School of Oriental and African Studies) Robert Bickers (University of Bristol) Harriet Evans (University of Westminster) Stephan Feuchtwang (London School of Economics) Natascha Gentz (University of Edinburgh) Michel Hockx (School of Oriental and African Studies) Rana Mitter (University of Oxford) Roel Sterckx (University of Cambridge) Tim Wright (University of Sheffield, Emeritus) Shujie Yao (University of Nottingham)