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With the regions of Asia and the Pacific as a backdrop, Re:Locations: Journal of the Asia-Pacific World (ISSN 2562-9972) seeks to foster dialogue among scholars who critically engage with ideas that shape social, spatial, cultural and political dialogues, within and across borders.

The Journal aims to promote interdisciplinary conversations in international relations, art and culture, geography, political science, and a wide range of other related fields. The goal of the Journal is to promote scholarship that challenges the boundaries of disciplines, area studies, scholarly formats, theory, methodologies, geographies, and scales.

Re:Locations is hosted by the Asian Institute at the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto.

The peer-reviewed forum invites original and rigorous scholarship, in both traditional and non-traditional formats. Submissions will undergo rigorous peer review, following initial editorial screening.

The non-peer-reviewed forum aims to highlight emergent forms of scholarship, including visual, written, and creative works. Submissions will undergo rigorous in-house review, following initial editorial screening.

This publication forum is preferred by emerging scholars as an accessible entry point to publication.

Both journal forums publish on a rolling basis. Both publication forums are open access.