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Jan 31, 2019: We’re excited to announce the awardees for our 2019 New Voices Scholar program, which was created to help some of our most promising authors take their work from the page to the conference sphere. These three scholars…

Jan 30, 2019: Move over, sumo banzuke: it’s time for the annual #NVJSTop10 rankings! Of the articles in this Top 10 list, half are from our recent post-renewal catalogue, and half are from our back-catalogue (under the old New Voices moniker).…

December 12, 2018: If you missed our previous Call for Papers, never fear. We’ve just opened the Round 2 Call for Papers for NVJS 11, scheduled for publication in mid-2019. Who can submit?  As always, we’re seeking papers on Japan from Honours,…

December 11, 2018: As we approach the end of 2018, which marks the 150th anniversary of the Meiji Restoration, we take a moment to introduce four papers from our catalogue that shine a spotlight on the Meiji era. #1 Creatures…

Nov 12, 2018: The NVJS 11 Call for Papers officially closed last week. Thanks for your submissions! As we bunker down to review them, this seems as good a time as any to farewell our outgoing Guest Editor and introduce…

Nov 12, 2018: If you’re not in or from Australia or New Zealand but want to submit to NVJS, then this message is for you! Postgraduate scholars who present at the Japanese Studies Association of Australia (JSAA) 2019 conference will be…

October 12, 2018: Interested in reviewing for New Voices in Japanese Studies? We’ve put together this list of recent Japan-related titles to help you on your way. Don’t feel limited to these–there are plenty of others out there. You’ll need…

October 12, 2018: Overnight, somewhere in Sweden, the winner of The New Academy Prize for Literature will be announced. What does this have to do with Japanese Studies? Not much anymore. The New Academy Prize sprung up this year to…

August 16, 2018: We’ve just released the Call for Papers for Volume 11 of New Voices in Japanese Studies, which is scheduled for publication in mid-2019. What’s new? This CFP brings with it a few key changes. 1. Broader eligibility…

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