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Dear readers, below you will find the two foci for the upcoming issues of the Austrian Journal of South-East Asian Studies (ASEAS). Please bear in mind that also submissions outside the foci are accepted as usual.

For more information please refer to our website www.seas.at or contact the board of editors via aseas@seas.at

ASEAS 3(2) – Focus GENDER & GENDER STUDIES

The upcoming issue of the Austrian Journal of South-East Asian Studies aims at featuring a focus on Gender and Gender Studies in South-East Asia. Of special interest to the board of editors are submissions dealing with one or several of the following issues:

  • The situation of Gender Studies within the academic sphere and Social Sciences: Gender discourse (its topics, aims, relevance, actors etc.) within South-East Asian Studies and in Social Sciences and Humanities in the region itself and or from a comparative perspective.
  • Possible methodological or theoretical specifics in gender related research in SEA; state of the art in SEA-Masculinity and Women´s Studies.
  • The correlation between Gender Studies and politics or religion in SEA.
  • SEA Gender Studies in the context of academic publishing and reception in SEA and South-East Asian Studies (especially from a comparative perspective).
  • Gender Studies theory development from a SEA perspective.
  • The institutional environment for the study and research in the field of Gender Studies in South-East Asia or from outside the region with a regional focus on SEA (please also take note of our category “Network South-East Asia Research aiming at presenting academic and independent research institutions and / or to announce and summarize conferences) as well as submissions dealing with specific contexts for research on gender issues e.g. research situations in the field.
  • We also want to invite submission of interviews for this issue (therefore please contact the board of editors)
  • Submission Deadline ASEAS 3(2): August 15, 2010

ASEAS 4(1) – Focus TOURISM

The issue 4 (1) of the Austrian Journal of South-East Asian Studies aims at featuring a focus on Tourism in South-East Asia. Of special interest to the board of editors are submissions dealing with one or several of the following issues

  • Domestic and Asian tourism in South-East Asia: while most academic work focuses on western tourists, one can observe a growth of domestic tourism within the South-East Asian countries as well a rise of Asian tourism to South-East Asia
  • Uncovering ‘host experiences’: what are the tourism-generated perspectives, views, challenges and chances of the members of the destination areas?
  • Power and Representation in ethnic theme parks/human zoos/cultural festivals
  • Blessings for all? Alternative tourism development in SEA (community based-, pro-poor-, eco-tourism)
  • Retiree tourism and second home development, health tourism
  • Possible Methodological or Theory-wise specifics for Tourism related research in SEA
  • We also want to invite submission of interviews for this issue (therefore please contact the board of editors)
  • Submission Deadline ASEAS 4(1): January 15, 2011

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