Call for Articles (Volume 2)
Deadline: the 1st of November, 2022
Closed. The next deadline will be November 2023.
The inaugural issue (Volume 1) is now ready for download.
Volume 1, April 2022
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Origin of the Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD) by Keiichi Shirato
The Political Economy of the TICAD Process: Bureaucratic Interests and the Immobility of the Japanese Private Sector by Kweku Ampiah
China’s and Japan’s Connectivity toward East Africa’s Defragmentation by Pedro Miguel Amakasu Raposo de Medeiros Carvalho and Hyo-Sook Kim
Chinese Telecommunications Companies in Africa: Competition or Partnership with African Telecommunications Companies? by Daouda Cissé
Pushing Women Further into Poverty and Gender-based Violence: The Impacts of Covid-19 in Rural and Urban Mali Areas by Asmao Diallo
Toward a Theory of Islandness: A Case Study of Art Tourism in the Naoshima Island, Japan by Stephanie Évora
ISSN 2758-1187 (Online)
Call for Articles
The Japan Society for Afrasian Studies (JSAS) is pleased to announce the call for articles for its flagship, interdisciplinary and peer-reviewed journal: International Journal of Afrasian Studies (IJAS).
The purpose of this annual journal is to bring together and engage senior and young scholars, policymakers, researchers and graduate students with a particular interest and/or expertise in issues affecting Africa and Asia. The specific and inter-related objectives of the journal are to:
provide a forum for original research and critical dialogues about Africa and Asia.
broaden the scope of intellectual exchanges on issues pertaining to Africa and Asia.
develop approaches for comprehending Africa and Asia, approaches that are authentic, relevant and meet the global standard of scholarship.
IJAS is especially interested in publishing academic articles, research notes and book reviews that focus on the relationship between Africa and Asia, on how and what each side can learn from one another, and on how the ties between the two can be further enhanced for their mutual benefit. However, manuscripts on other aspects of the Afrasian experience that are consistent with the objectives of the journal will also be considered.
Please download and read Instructions for Authors.
Use the Template when you finalize your manuscript.
Interested contributors should send their articles to firstname.lastname@example.org
The submission deadline for the second issue is the 1st of November, 2022.
IJAS Editorial Board
Christian Otchia (Editor-in-Chief)
Pedro Miguel Amakasu Raposo de Medeiros Carvalho