Founded In    1981
Published   annually
Language(s)   English
     

Fields of Interest

 

History, Literature, Politics, Economics, Law, Art and Architecture, Cultural Studies, Media, etc.

     
ISSN   0288-3570
     
Submission Guidelines and Editorial Policies

For those who wish to submit a manuscript to the Japanese Journal of American Studies:
1. Contributors must be dues-paying members of the JAAS.
2. Contributors are expected to observe our time schedule. They must first submit the title and abstract (about 300 words) by mid-January. We are unable to accept the manuscript without this procedure.
3. The final manuscript (maximum 7000 words including notes) is due early May. The editorial committee will inform each contributor of the result of the selection process by the end of June. If accepted, the paper will be published in June the following year.
4. The fall issue of the JAAS Newsletter will carry a“call for papers announcement with exact deadlines and the special theme for the forthcoming issue.  Information is also available on our website http://wwwsoc.nii.ac.jp/jaas/
5. The JAAS will accept inquiries through email: office@jaas.gr.jp

     

Japanese Journal of American Studies

The Japanese Journal of American Studies, an English-language refereed journal, is published annually by the Japanese Association for American Studies. It aims to contribute to the increasing internationalization of American Studies by providing a forum for international American scholars whilst also fostering Japanese scholarship specializing in American Studies. On-line access is free.

 

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The Pacific and America , Number 16

The Japanese Journal of American Studies, an English-language refereed journal, is published annually by the Japanese Association for American Studies.

Transcending the Western Paradigm of the Idea of Race


Onoto Watanna’s Japanese Collaborators and Commenters


To Clear up a Cloud Hanging on the Pacific Ocean: The 1927 Japan-US Doll Exchange


Crossing the Ocean, Dreaming of America, Dreaming of Japan: Transpacific Transformation of Japanese Immigrants in Senryu Poems: 1929-1941


Reconfiguring the “American Pacific”: Narrative Reenactment of Viet Nam in Maxine Hong Kingston’s The Fifth Book of Peace


The Political Science Fiction of Challenge to America (PBS, 1993)


American Missionaries in Korea and U.S. Japan Relations 1910-1920


South to South across the Pacific: Ernest E. Neal and Community Development Efforts in the American South and the Philippines


Deferred Instantaneity: Clement Greenberg’s Time Problem