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The China Review

The China Review

An Interdisciplinary Journal on Greater China

 

Executive Editor: Lin Ying

Editors: Ye Minlei, Yuan Zaijun

 

·         A Multidisciplinary Journal on China Studies

The China Review has been published by The Chinese University of Hong Kong Press since 1990. It covers various disciplines of study on Greater China and its people, specifically, domestic politics and international relations, society, business and economic development, modern history, the arts and cultural studies.

 

·         The Only SSCI-Indexed Area-Studies Journal in Hong Kong

The China Review has been included in the SSCI index since 2007.  Its impact factor was 0.906 in 2017 and 0.694 in 2018. The journal contents can also be accessed through the databases such as ProQuest Asia Business & Reference, Project MUSE and JSTOR.

 

·         Four Issues a Year in February, May, August and November

The China Review publishes research articles, state-of-the field reviews, research notes, book reviews, and book review essays. In addition, scholars are encouraged to organize special issues based on their high quality research on important topics.

 

Call for Papers

 

The China Review welcomes the submission of high-quality research articles, research notes and book reviews dealing with the political, economic and social aspects of modern and contemporary China. Research article manuscripts should not be longer than 10,000 words in length. Research notes should normally be 3,000 words, and book reviews between 800 and 1,000 words. They should be submitted in electronic format, double-spaced, with footnotes grouped together at the end of the paper. The style of the text and footnotes should conform to those used in The Chicago Manual of Style.

 

Call for Special Issues

 

The China Review also encourages scholars at the forefront of the respective China studies communities to organize, guest edit and submit special issues on newly emerging or traditionally importantly China studies topics. A special issue may contain four or five articles researching on the topic from the various perspectives, which makes some new or unique contributions to the discourse in their field. Before submitting manuscripts, guest editors are required to send a proposal, which clarifies the topic, significance of the research, abstract and outline of each article, contributors’ short bio and the estimated timetable, to the editorial team for review and approval.

 

All submissions or enquiries for publication should be sent to: chinareview@cuhk.edu.hk

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