Fwd: Stanford Journal of East Asian Affairs

From Saul Thomas <stthomas@uchicago.edu>
Date Sat, 25 Sep 2004 01:20:42 -0500

Have you written a paper concerning East Asia?

We want to publish it.

Submit your paper to the:
Stanford Journal of East Asian Affairs

The Stanford Journal of East Asian Affairs is a nationally distributed 
publication committed to highlighting the work of undergraduate and 
graduate students. We are currently seeking original work for our Winter 
2004 edition.

Whether it is a term paper or thesis, regardless of academic discipline, 
send us your work!

Current submissions deadline: Oct. 1, 2004

Submission Guidelines:

         - Submissions should relate to issues in China/Taiwan/Hong Kong, 
Korea, Japan, and Southeast Asia.
         - We accept term papers, research papers, condensed undergraduate 
theses, and condensed masters theses.
         - Suggested length: 10-25 pages (maximum 40 pages, double-spaced)
         - Send submissions as a Word document to 
         - Please read our submission guidelines, which are posted online 
at www.stanford.edu/group/sjeaa/submissions.html

About SJEAA:  The Stanford Journal of East Asian Affairs (SJEAA) is a 
student-run publication that seeks to inform and promote interest in East 
Asia. SJEAA showcases student work (graduate and undergraduate) in all 
academic disciplines, and serves as a discussion forum for current issues 
in the region.

For more information, visit our website at 
http://www.stanford.edu/group/sjeaa, or contact Andrew MacDonald 
(amacdnld@stanford.edu) or Stella Young Yee Shin (sstella@stanford.edu)


Ming Zhu
Publicity Director
Stanford Journal of East Asian Affairs