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SCHOLARSHIP

 

Royal Asiatic Society Beijing: Scholarship

 

Scholars Lecture Programme

The Royal Asiatic Society Beijing has established the Scholars Lecture Programme for younger academics who are currently in Beijing doing research and/or teaching. Postgraduates and recent PhD's who would be interested in presenting their ongoing research for discussion and feedback are invited to send their work to Dr. Neil Schmid at scholarship@rasbj.org for consideration.

 

 

Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society China

The Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society China is a continuation of the original scholarly publication of the North China Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, the Journal of the North China Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, published from 1858 to 1948. The Journal maintains the level of academic standards and innovative research that marked its standing as the preeminent Western sinological journal in China for nearly a hundred years. 

 

The Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society China publishes original research articles of up to 10,000 words (shorter articles are also welcome) on Chinese culture and society, past and present, with a focus on mainland China. These articles, which will be peer-reviewed, must be previously unpublished and make a contribution to the field. The Journal also publishes timely reviews of books on all aspects of Chinese history, culture and society. 

 

The Journal's Guide for Contributors can be downloaded here [LINK].

 

The Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society China's Honorary Journal Editor is Dr. Neil Schmid,  editor@royalasiaticsociety.org.cn.

 

 

Monographs of the Royal Asiatic Society China

The Royal Asiatic Society China also publishes occasional monographs. The most recent of the latter are Lao She in London by Anne Witchard and Knowledge is Pleasure: Florence Ayscough in Shanghai by Lindsay Shen. Royal Asiatic Society China's Honorary Research & Publications Director, Paul French, is in charge of monographs.

 

     
 

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