Cfp, Migration, return migration, and transnational migration
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*Call for Papers* Migration, return migration, and transnational migration
The Graduate Journal of Asia-Pacific Studies is a peer-reviewed electronic journal that showcases the original work of graduate students. Taking advantage of online publishing, GJAPS aims to be at once dynamic, interdisciplinary and innovative. GJAPS will publish thought-provoking interdisciplinary articles, reviews, commentary and visual works that engage critical issues, themes and debates related to the Asia-Pacific region and its peoples.
Submissions are invited from graduate students for a special issue of the Graduate Journal of Asia-Pacific Studies: Migration, return migration, and transnational migration.
We are looking for papers that examine international migration issues in the Asia-Pacific region, including the contemporary lives of migrants and the social, cultural and political implications of international migration. We would like to invite papers that relate to any of the following topics, but certainly not limited to:
• Migration, settlement and integration
• Return migration
• Home and imagination
• Transnational/Ethnic identities
• Being an elderly/child immigrant
• Migration and gender
• Migration and health
• Migration methodologies
Contributions are welcome from all fields of the arts, social sciences, and humanities; including anthropology, literature, art history and visual culture, film and media, cultural studies, gender studies, geography, queer theory, history, linguistics, political studies, psychology, and sociology.
GJAPS interprets the designation « Asia-Pacific » in the broadest possible sense, to encompass East, Northeast and Southeast Asia, the Malay Archipelago, Australasia, Polynesia and Oceania, the West Coast of the Americas, including California, the Pacific Northwest, Alaska, British Columbia, Central and South America.
Email submissions to the Editor, Jane YeonJae Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org, as attachments using ‘Word Template for GJAPS Authors’. Submissions should be received NO LATER THAN 14th September, 2011.
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For more information, please visit our website: www.arts.auckland.ac.nz/gjaps
Jane YeonJae Lee
Graduate Journal of Asia-Pacific Studies
Vol.7. No.2 ‘Methodological Inquiry’
Current Call for Papers – ‘Migration, Return Migration, Transnational migration’