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Journal of Cultural Interaction in East Asia will promote research on cultural interaction in East Asia, since this research field of study attempts to transcend the analytical units of national and ethnic bonds and to explain the total state of cultural interaction from a diverse and synthetic viewpoint.
This journal aims to carry out creative research activities that bring together perspectives from around the globe. Its research focus is cultural interaction in East Asia, which will include cultural interaction between East Asia and the rest of the world as well as cultural interaction between various regions of East Asia. In addition, rather than analyzing the cultural interaction (generation, contact, conflict, transformation, and integration) from one-to-one perspectives, such as between two countries or two regions, we embrace the methodology of conducting analyses from the perspective of many-to-many, in other words, perspectives that involve as many countries and regions as possible.
All articles will be published Open Access with the license CC BY 4.0. Articles from volumes 2014-2020 were published under CC BY NC license.
This journal is the official journal of Society for Cultural Interaction in East Asia (SCIEA). The goals and scope of JCIEA also include the following concepts of global history:
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Xuetao Li, Beijing Foreign Studies UniversityGuowei Shen, Kansai University
Demin Tao, Kansai UniversityMasato Kimura, Kanda University of International Studies
Jun Gu, Beijing Foreign Studies UniversityJoshua Fogel, York UniversityChun-Chieh Huang, National Taiwan UniversitySiyan Jin, Université d'ArtoisJonathan Keir, Peking UniversityCheuk Yin, Lee, National University of SingaporeMin Ma, Central China Normal UniversityJiajun Tao, Beijing Foreign Studies UniversityKeiichi Uchida, Kansai UniversityWang-chi Wong, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
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