Education About Asia


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Published three times each year (June, October, and December) since 1996 by the ASSOCIATION FOR ASIAN STUDIES (AAS), EDUCATION ABOUT ASIA (EAA) is a unique and innovative journal—a practical teaching resource for secondary school, college, and university instructors, as well as an invaluable source of information for students, scholars, libraries, and anyone with an interest in Asia. Teachers and students from a wide range of disciplines—anthropology, Asian studies, business and economics, education, geography, government, history, language and literature, political science, religion, and sociology, among others—SUBSCRIBE to Education About Asia.

The AAS also publishes a series of booklets designed for classroom use—"KEY ISSUES IN ASIAN STUDIES."

Education About Asia brings you:

  • Stimulating articles on all areas of Asia, with subjects ranging from ancient cultures and literatures to current affairs.
  • Essays describing classroom-tested educational programs and strategies.
  • A comprehensive guide to Asia-related print and digital resources, including movies, documentaries, books, curriculum guides, and web resources.
  • Thematic issues on topics of particular interest, such as Islam in Asia, marriage and family in Asia, youth culture, religion in Asia, economics and business in Asia, visual and performing arts, and a special series on Asia in world history.

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Authors interested in writing for EAA should consult the author guidelines and the list of scheduled thematic feature sections.

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Latest Issue, Volume 19:1 (Spring 2014): "Teaching Asia Through Field Trips and Experiential Learning"