New Voices in Japanese Studies, Volume 13
[Special Issue] Beyond Japanese Studies: Challenges, Opportunities and COVID-19
An interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal showcasing the work of emerging scholars with ties to Australia and New Zealand and research interests in Japan.
Guest Editor, Volume 13
Dr Gwyn McClelland, University of New England
Editorial Advisory Board (in alphabetical order)
Dr Lesley Crowe-Delaney, Curtin University
Emeritus Professor Vera Mackie, University of Wollongong
Dr Mark Pendleton, The University of Sheffield
Dr Ricardo Nicolas Progano, Wakayama University
Dr Matthew Shores, The University of Sydney
Associate Professor Stacey Steele, The University of Melbourne
Professor Veronica Taylor, Australian National University
Associate Professor Beatrice Trefalt, Monash University
Associate Professor Leon Wolff, Queensland University of Technology
All submissions to New Voices in Japanese Studies are peer reviewed by at least two independent academic experts to meet the HERDC requirements for refereed journal status.
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Japanese names are written in first name–surname order, in accordance with English-language convention. The long vowel sound in Japanese is indicated by a macron (e.g., kōtsū), unless in common use without (e.g., Tokyo).
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