TOC Onati Socio-Legal Series, Vol. 13 No. 1 (2023)

Members of the H-Asia network may be interested in this new open-access special issue of the Onati Socio-Legal Series (Vol. 13 No. 1, 2023) on Rethinking the Caste System

The issue carries six articles as follows: 

Introduction

Caste studies today: Imaginary victims and perpetrators (Prakash Shah)

100 Years of the Bulletin of Hispanic Studies: Centenary Issue now available online.

Introducing the Centenary Issue of Bulletin of Hispanic Studies (BHS). BHS was the first journal of Hispanism published in the UK, it is a highly regarded publication that is essential reading for those working in and researching the languages, literatures and civilizations of Spain, Portugal and Latin America.

The January issue of the Journal of Democracy is here, featuring an essay on the rise of “Homonationalism” among Europe’s Far Right

The new issue of the Journal of Democracy (available free on ProjectMuse until February 14) presents a timely snapshot on the fate of freedom around the world. Like much of Europe’s right, portions of the far right now embraces gay rights—but as a tool to oppose Muslims.

TOC Global Taiwan Brief, Vol. 8, Issue 2 [Special Issue: Taiwan in 2023]

(This issue was originally published on the Global Taiwan Institute's website and the full articles are available at: https://globaltaiwan.org/issues/vol-8-issue-2/)

Taiwan in 2023: Leadership Support, Party Identification, and Political Attitudes
By: Russell Hsiao

China’s Taiwan Policy in 2023
By: Michael Cunningham

Assessing China’s Likely Use of Military Power Against Taiwan in 2023
By: Michael Mazza

February 2023 Issue of East European Politics and Societies

The February 2023 issue of EEPS (v37n1) is available online (http://journals.sagepub.com/toc/EEP/current) and soon in print. Five articles on various Polish themes: Agnieszka Kolasa-Nowak and Marta Buchloc on historical sociology, Piotr Koryś and Maciej Tymiński on revisionist Marxist economics of Włodzimierz Brus, Maciej Olejnik on grassroots lobbying, Grzegorz Foryś on farmers' protests, and Agata Bachórz and Fabio Parasecoli on food media.

TOC The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology vol. 24, issue 1 (February 2023)

Latest issue now online https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rtap20/current

 

ARTICLES

A High Price to Pay: Weddings and Waithood in Cambodia

Jennifer Estes

 

Labour of Devotion: Material Construction and Charisma of Saintly Monks in the Myanmar–Thai Border Region

Yoko Hayami

 

Beauty for Development? Betel Aesthetics and Socioeconomic Stability in Urban Solomon Islands

Stephanie Ketterer Hobbis & Geoffrey Hobbis

 

Closing of Vol. 17 (2022) of Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations

The Editorial Board of Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations announces the closing of Volume 17, No. 1 (2022). Please visit the journal's website to see the current and past issues. SCJR is located at www.bc.edu/scjr

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