The "Features" section of each issue of Education About Asia will address a specific theme (see below for a listing of scheduled themes).
Prospective authors of feature-length articles are strongly advised to be aware of the focus of each thematic issue before developing a manuscript. Although feature articles that are unrelated to the theme of a given issue will occasionally be published, it is probable that there will often be a long time lapse between acceptance of these types of manuscripts and their publication.
Prospective authors should bear in mind, however, that the "Resources" section of EAA will continue to include essays and reviews about a variety of topics. Authors are welcome to submit resource essays and reviews on topics dealing with any aspect of Asia.
Regardless of the type of article a prospective author is considering submitting, he or she should carefully read the Author Guidelines.
As is the case with all manuscripts, please send electronic versions to the EAA editorial office at email@example.com.
This special section is designed to assist instructors and students in better understanding the impact of recent innovations in digital technology and communications upon politics, entertainment, economics, entrepreneurship, social movements, youth culture, and education.
This special section will include articles on a wide variety of topics including early and modern history, geography, economics, culture, and contemporary geopolitics. Deadline for initial receipt of manuscripts: JUNE 10, 2013.
Authors are invited to submit manuscripts that focus upon single day excursions and short-term field work that assists students in learning about a variety of Asia topics including technology, culture, history, economics and art. Deadline for initial receipt of manuscripts: NOVEMBER 10, 2013.
This special section will include a wide array of historical and contemporary topics ranging from Asia's maritime history to Asia-related international trade, immigration, and environmental issues. Deadline for initial receipt of manuscripts: MARCH 10, 2014.
Authors are sought who will develop manuscripts on the contributions of influential Asians who have played significant roles in influencing historical and contemporary events, or, whose manuscripts are vivid and rich accounts of the lives and contributions of so-called "ordinary" people in Asia.
Deadline for initial receipt of manuscripts: JUNE 10, 2014.
Authors are invited to contribute Southeast Asia manuscripts that will be useful for both instructors and students in a number of different survey level courses.
Deadline for initial receipt of manuscripts: NOVEMBER 10, 2014.