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New Voices in Japanese Studies

New Voices in Japanese Studies (NVJS) is an interdisciplinary peer-reviewed academic journal published by The Japan Foundation, Sydney.

NVJS is designed to support outstanding emerging scholars with ties to Australia and New Zealand by providing a dedicated platform for their research. Contributors range from Honours and Masters graduates through to PhD candidates and recent PhD graduates.

Cover, New Voices in Japanese Studies, Volume 12Volume 12 Now Available

NVJS 12 was published in August 2020. It features five papers and five reviews from emerging local researchers on subjects including:

– immigration history
– citizenship & multiethnic identity
– literature
– fashion
– popular culture
– Japan in Australia


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NVJS is proudly Open Access

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