The Thai Journal of East Asian Studies (TJEAS) is an academic journal produced by the Institute of East Asian Studies, Thammasat University. The Journal publishes primarily in the fields of history, politics, economics, sociology, and international relations. However, it welcomes interdisciplinary works and contributions from other related fields as well.
TJEAS is published as a periodical, with two issues annually (No.1: January-June, No.2: July-December). The journal includes research articles, regular articles and book reviews that fall within its scope.
1. Research Articles present data and findings from research originally conducted by the authors that are related to or with implications for East and Southeast Asia.
2. Regular Articles present a critical evaluation or a new interpretation of existing literature on a particular topic related to the region of East and Southeast Asia. Regular articles share some similarities with “review articles” that draw on scholarly analysis and conceptual synthesis.
3. Book Reviews consist of a critical appraisal of selected books on humanities and social sciences that are related to the region of East and Southeast Asia.
The editors welcome manuscripts bearing upon issues in the humanities and social sciences related to the region of East and Southeast Asia. All manuscripts should be consistent with the author submission guidelines of TJEAS that can be found at https://www.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/easttu/.
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