TOC: International Journal of Social Quality, 7(1)

Dear Colleague,

The idea behind the composition of this issue of the International Journal of Social Quality is twofold. First is to present studies from different epistemic worlds. The second is to present demonstrations of endeavors to explicate the application of the different epistemic worlds on societal, political, and global levels. Also included are the contents from the previous issue titled: Experiencing Dignity while Accessing Public Services in the Global North and South.

TOC: Journal of Chinese Overseas, 13.2 Special Issue (2017)

The latest issue of Journal of Chinese Overseas now available! Below, please find the table of contents and see the link for more information:

Volume 13, Issue 2, 2017

ISSN: 1793-0391

EISSN: 1793-2548

Special Issue: Chinese Migrants in Latin America/Caribbean and Africa, Then and Now, 2017

http://booksandjournals.brillonline.com/content/journals/17932548/13/2

 

TOC STUDIES IN NEPALI HISTORY AND SOCIETY vol 22 no 2 Dec 2017

STUDIES IN NEPALI HISTORY AND SOCIETY

ISSN: 1025-5109
Volume 22 Number 2 December 2017 has been published

CONTENTS

Articles
Bandana Gyawali
Nepal’s Pre-bikas Encounters with the West: Sabhyata and Unnati as Precursors to Development
Pages 227–260

Mandip Rai
Financial Institutions: Old and New Sahujis in Rural Nepal
Pages 261–282

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Special Theme: Disasters
Yogesh Raj
Introduction
Pages 283–286

Special Issue: The Girl in the Text (Girlhood Studies)

Dear Colleague,

This special issue of Girlhood Studies, close to double the length of previous issues, offers a blockbuster of articles on the theme of the girl in the text, guest edited by managing editor, Ann Smith. As the third in the Girlhood Studies 10th anniversary collection, this special issue was inspired in part by the spate of novels over the last few years that draw attention to the girl in their titles.

TOC: Twentieth-Century China, vol. 43, no. 1 (2018)

The editors of Twentieth-Century China are pleased to announce the appearance of a new issue of the journal, available via MUSE here: http://muse.jhu.edu/issue/37912.

Volume 43, Number 1, January 2018  

Table of Contents

Kristin Stapleton, “Editorial”  

Articles

Zach Smith, “Reading Pingmin: Popular Education and the Democratic Ideal in Republican Beijing, 1917–1924”  pp. 3-23  

Pages

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