Crossroads Journal

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Crossroads – An Interdisciplinary Journal of Asian Interactions

The journal has moved to Brill in January 2020, see https://brill.com/view/journals/cjai/cjai-overview.xml

2010

Crossroads – An Interdisciplinary Journal of Asian Interactions

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2010–2019

Articles from the issues 1 to 18 can be downloaded from the archive of the publisher, Ostasienverlag:

https://ostasien-verlag.de/zeitschriften/crossroads/cr.html

Crossroads – Studies on the History of Exchange Relations in the East Asian World (縱 横 – 東亞世界交流史研究/クロスロード – 東アジア世界の交流史研究 / 크로스로드 – 東아시아 世界의 交流史 研究) is designed as an international forum for contributions related to the history of exchange relations in the East Asian world.

The journal has been sponsored by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG), the German Research Council, between 2010 and 2017.

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Frontiers of History in China

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Frontiers of History in China

This is an English journal called „Frontiers of History in China: Selected Publications from Chinese Universities“, which is co-published by the Springer Company in Germany and the Higher Education Press in China. We select high quality articles from Chinese universities written in Chinese and translate them into English in order to make them acessible to a wider readership worldwide.

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Journal of Marine and Island Cultures (JMIC)

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Journal of Marine and Island Cultures (JMIC)

Editor-in-Chief: Seok-Joon HONG (Mokpo National University, Korea), Gloria PUNGETTI (University of Cambridge, UK)
Associate Editors-in-Chief: Sun-Kee HONG (MIC, Mokpo National University, Korea), Takakazu YUMOTO (Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Japan), Singgih Tri SULISTIYONO (Indonesia), Jala MAKHZOUMI (American University of Beirut, Lebanon), Oliver RACKHAM (University of Cambridge, UK), Angela SCHOTTENHAMMER (University of Salzburg, Austria) Weiterlesen

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