Welcome to the Official Editorial Website of The Journal of American–East Asian Relations ISSN 1058-3947 E-ISSN 1876-5610
Vols. 1-16 (1992-2009) published by Imprint Publications, Chicago From Vol. 17 (2010) published by Brill, Leiden
“The Journal of American-East Asian Relations was started in the early 1990s, coinciding with what has amounted to a historiographic revolution. During the last twenty years, historians have vigorously promoted newer, broader ways of looking at the past in such frameworks as world history, global history, and transnational history. The Journal has played an important role in this revolution and is committed to further promoting it.”—Akira Iriye, Harvard University, January 2009
JAEAR is a cross-cultural and interdisciplinary quarterly publishing scholarly research on historical and recent developments in diplomatic, economic, security, and cultural relations between the Americas (primarily the United States, but including other countries in the Americas) and East Asia (typically China, Japan, and Korea, but including the Pacific area, Australasia, Southeast Asia, and the Russian Far East).
Recommended by Library Journal for “equally well-defined collections,” and Listed in the Association for Asian Studies, Bibliography of Asian Studies Fast Track Journals
• Major Articles • Reminiscences • Documents and Analyses • Research Notes • Review Essays • Book Reviews • Issues and Responses • Survey of Literature • Special Theme Issues • Asians in America, Asian Americans
Abstracted and indexed in Historical Abstracts, America: History and Life, Social Science Index, EBSCO Publishing's databases, and the Bibliography of Asian Studies of the Association of Asian Studies, Inc.