About the Journal
The Thai Journal of East Asian Studies (TJEAS) is an internationally refereed, bilingual (English and Thai) journal devoted to publishing humanities and social sciences research on issues related to East and Southeast Asia. It aims to be a venue for authors seeking to share their evidences and interpretations on emerging and compelling topics in the scholarship on the region. It also endeavors to be a synergy between discipline-based scholars and area specialists, who come from different academic backgrounds, contributing their knowledge collectively both for educational purposes and for society as a whole. The TJEAS is indexed in the Thai-Journal Citation Index (TCI-2).
The paper must have never been published in any journal before, nor is under consideration of another journal. Every paper will be assigned to three experts for peer review, except interview and seminar report. This journal uses the system of double-blind peer review, in which author and reviewers identities are concealed from each other.
ISSN 2730-1435 (Print)
ISSN 2774-1125 (Online)
However, the journal is free of charge for publication.