JOURNAL OF THE ASIA AND PACIFIC WORLD
With the regions of Asia and the Pacific as a backdrop, Re:Locations seeks to foster dialogue among scholars who engage with ideas such as territoriality, mobility, and identity within and across borders. The journal aims to promote interdisciplinary debates in international relations, art and culture, geography, political science, and a wide range of other related fields. The goal of this journal is to promote scholarship that challenges the boundaries of disciplines, area studies, scholarly formats, theory, methodologies, geographies, and scales. We invite critical engagement with ideas that shape social, spatial, cultural and political dialogues.
During the global pandemic, we ask for your patience on behalf of all the editors and reviewers who work incredibly hard to make Re:Locations an amazing journal. While we hope to continue operating at peak efficiency, this may not be realistic at all times.
The Re:Locations Journal team is reflecting on the work that we do to stand against systemic racism and oppression. We are releasing a statement of solidarity with the recent uprisings against police brutality and a list of actionable items: Read here
In acknowledgement of shared histories of migration, cultural exchange, and trade, this peer-reviewed journal invites submissions that challenge the boundaries of disciplines, area studies, scholarly formats, theory, methodologies, geographies, and scales.
The Re:Locations online journal aims to promote visual, written, and creative work that challenges the boundaries of disciplines, area studies, scholarly formats, theory, methodologies, geographies, and scales. We welcome submissions to the forum from both undergraduate and graduate students on a rolling basis and in a wide variety of formats.
Re:Locations publishes on a rolling basis in both the peer-reviewed graduate journal and the open access online journal. We invite the submission of full-length papers (8,000 words max), in addition to shorter, responsive, and topical editorials and interventions, book reviews, field notes, photo essays, poetry, and visual art.