CfP: North East Asian Anthologies Book Series

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This is a call for contributions to North East Asian Anthropologies, a new book series at Amsterdam University Press, co-edited by Caroline Humphrey (Cambridge) and Franck Billé (UC Berkeley).
 
 
This series showcases groundbreaking anthropological research on North East Asia, a vast region encompassing the Russian Far East, Siberia, northern China, Mongolia, Japan, and Korea.
 
Despite the region's strategic significance, studies of North East Asia remain fragmented and pigeonholed within the academic traditions of Eastern European, postsocialist and Asian studies. The series seeks to address this gap by publishing innovative monographs and edited volumes spanning the region beyond national boundaries. Ranging from migration and crossborder trade to urban development and climate change, the series foregrounds contemporary and emerging issues, and makes critical interventions in both regional studies and in the field of anthropology.
 
Editorial Board:
- Manduhai Buyandelger, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Bruce Grant, New York University
- Liu Xin, University of California, Berkeley
- Madeleine Reeves, University of Manchester
- Sonia Ryang, Rice University
 
We invite scholars at any stage of their careers to share their book proposals and draft manuscripts with us on any subject within this region. Please email your proposal and a sample chapter to both Caroline Humphrey (ch10001@hermes.cam.ac.uk) and myself (fbille@berkeley.edu). You may also contact us informally to discuss a book project at an earlier stage of your research.
 
Please circulate within your departments/networks
 
 
Franck Billé
 
Institute of East Asian Studies
University of California Berkeley
1995 University Avenue, Room 510Q
Berkeley, CA 94720-2318