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.
NVJS 13 was published in September 2021 as a special issue stemming from the ‘Beyond Japanese Studies’ symposium. It features work by emerging scholars from across the Asia-Pacific region which consider challenges and opportunities for Japan scholars today and/or make a case for the broader reach and relevance of contemporary Japanese studies.
transgender | Japanese law in ASEAN | nutrition in early modern Japan | Philippine historiography | fieldwork during COVID-19 | migration | divorce | research design