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New Voices in Japanese Studies

New Voices in Japanese Studies (NVJS) is an interdisciplinary peer-reviewed academic journal published by The Japan Foundation, Sydney.

NVJS is designed to support outstanding emerging scholars with ties to Australia and New Zealand by providing a dedicated platform for their research. Contributors range from Honours and Masters graduates through to PhD candidates and recent PhD graduates.

 Volume 13 Now Available

NVJS 13 was published in September 2021 as a special issue stemming from the ‘Beyond Japanese Studies’ symposium. It features work by emerging scholars from across the Asia-Pacific region which consider challenges and opportunities for Japan scholars today and/or make a case for the broader reach and relevance of contemporary Japanese studies.

transgender Japanese law in ASEAN  |  nutrition in early modern Japan  Philippine historiography  fieldwork during COVID-19 migration  |  divorce research design


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NVJS is proudly Open Access

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