Wittenberg University East Asian Studies Journal

The Wittenberg University East Asian Studies Journal is a widely accepted and highly regarded journal, which is completely written, edited, and published by undergraduate students. The purpose of the Journal is to encourage undergraduates, from both Wittenberg as well as other universities, to pursue scholarly inquiry into East Asian topics, ranging from political analyses to calligraphy samples. One of two journals in the United States devoted to undergraduates, the Wittenberg University East Asian Studies Journal seeks to broaden scholarly and popular perspectives on East Asia through works of high academic quality, which are read by the local and international community alike.



Call for Papers: Spring 2015


The Wittenberg University East Asian Studies Journal is currently accepting submissions from undergraduate students, including nonfiction (academic papers, research studies, etc.), fiction (short stories, poetry, etc., written in respective language), and artwork (e.g., photos). Must focus on an East Asian country, i.e., China, Japan, or Korea.

We ask that your submission not be under consideration for another journal.

Submissions must be uploaded to this site. Please register to create an author profile (with contact information) and submit your piece. Refer to the About section for more information on the submission, selection and publishing process.

Submissions will not be accepted after Friday, December 12, 2014.

Click here to register for an account.

Please email Dr. Nona D. Moskowitz with questions or concerns: nmoskowitz@wittenberg.edu.

Posted: 2014-05-11
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Vol 40 (2015)

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ISSN: 1066-1751