The British Journal of Chinese Studies is a biannual, peer-reviewed, fully open access e-journal. We publish research on China, broadly defined, spanning the disciplines of the arts, humanities, and social sciences. We are interested in work on all time periods, but encourage contributors to establish contemporary relevance in their arguments. Engagement with Chinese language sources is essential to all research published in the journal. We are particularly committed to supporting gender and ethnic equality in Chinese Studies and welcome submissions from PhD students and early career researchers. Until issue 9.1 (2019) we published under the name Journal of the British Association for Chinese Studies.
All information about the journal, including current and past volumes, and submission information, may be found via the link above.
- Gerda Wielander (University of Westminster; firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Heather Inwood (University of Cambridge; email@example.com)
- Tim Barrett (School of Oriental and African Studies)
- Stephanie Hemelryk Donald (University of Lincoln)
- Sarah Dauncey (University of Nottingham)
- Jane Duckett (University of Glasgow)
- Harriet Evans (University of Westminster)
- Stephan Feuchtwang (London School of Economics)
- Natascha Gentz (University of Edinburgh)
- Rana Mitter (University of Oxford)
- Qian Suoqiao (University of Newcastle)
- Caroline Rose (University of Leeds)
- Naomi Standen (University of Birmingham)
- Yao Shujie (University of Nottingham)