Call for paper of The Journal of Japanese and Korean Cinema

The Journal of Japanese and Korean Cinema (now published by Taylor & Francis/Routledge), is a fully refereed forum for the dissemination of scholarly work devoted to the cinemas of Japan and Korea and/or the interactions and relations between them.  The editors of the journal are requesting submissions related to any topics related to Japanese and Korean cinema including, but not limited to:

  • Historical considerations and reconsiderations
  • Authorship
  • Genre
  • Spectatorship and audiences
  • Manga and anime
  • Reception of Japanese and Korean cinema regionally and globally
  • Remakes across national borders
  • Co-productions
  • Censorship and regulation of Japanese films in Korea
  • Representations of Koreans in Japanese film/Japanese in Korean film
  • Reception
  • Casting/stars
  • Korean cinema under colonialism
  • Manga adaptations across national borders
  • Japanese influence on Korean cinema/Korean on Japanese cinema

Essays should be 6,000-8,000 words. Please include an abstract of 150-200 words and a list of 3-6 keywords. Include a separate, short biography in the third person.

Do not put identifying information in your essay, but include your full name, affiliation, postal address, telephone number and email address on the cover page of the manuscript.

Text including notes should be in Times New Roman, 12 point. Everything must be double-spaced. Quotations must be in English. The first mention of a film should include its original title, director’s name and year of release. In all subsequent references, the title should be translated into English, unless known by original title in all markets. Use explanatory endnotes, not footnotes. Use MLA style for references and works cited.

All submissions should be sent to the Editors (Dr. Hye Seung Chung and Dr. David Scott Diffrient) as e-mail attachments in word format to

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