NEWSLETTER | 14 July 2016
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New Volume Available Now!
Volume 8 includes articles on law and medialinguistics, gender, politics and sociology.

Topics include:
  • Parental Child Abduction
  • Boys' Love (BL) manga 
  • Youth Angst
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Thank you, Dr Adam Broinowski
Dr Adam Broinowski (Australian National University) was our Guest Editor for Volume 8, and we'd like to thank him for all the time and effort that he devoted to this issue. Dr Broinowski was dedicated, thoughtful and thorough—in other words, an ideal editor! Read his introduction to the volume here, and our words of thanks to him here.   

New Voices Scholars at ASAA
Congratulations to our 2016 New Voices Scholars, Ross Tunney and Geraldine Carney, who presented their work at the Asian Studies Association of Australia (ASAA) conference last week. They were supported by our New Voices Scholar program, which provides free conference registration and assistance with travel costs so that recent NVJS authors can share their work at conferences. 

If you missed their presentations, you can read Geraldine's article here
and Ross' article here.
And In Other News...
Our next Call for Papers will be opening soon! 
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