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BKI - the Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences of Southeast Asia - is an Open Access, peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary journal on Southeast Asia. The journal has a strong focus on Indonesia, but welcomes articles from around the region and from a range of disciplines. These include anthropology, history, political science, law, sociology, social geography, development studies, urban studies, literature, socio-linguistics, and economics.

Articles published in BKI reach out to a broader audience than the one defined by a specific discipline, and highlight the socio-political relevance of the object of study.

BKI engages with topical debates in its book reviews, book debates and review essays. We also provide summaries of recently-published Dutch and Indonesian-language books.

Established in 1853, BKI has been in publication for over 170 years. This long history has given us a strong commitment to the values of open science and decolonizing knowledge. We live bythese values through publishing articles from a diversity of authors, especially from the Global South, and through publishing Open Access, which is made possible thanks to a generous subvention from the learned society Vereniging KITLV (NL).

The Article Processing Charge (APC) is waived, and all articles are published in Open Access at no cost to the author.
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As of 2021, Brill Research Perspectives in Governance and Public Policy in China is no longer published as a journal by Brill, but will continue as a book series. This quarterly journal addresses a key gap in the academic literature related to China’s modern governance and public policy, providing timely and comprehensive review articles targeted to both specialist and non-specialist readers. Each edition will be dedicated to one article, of approximately 50 pages in length, which surveys the literature on a given topic and provides a framework for understanding the evolution of thought in this area of inquiry.

Topics will include key thematic areas of change and continuity in Chinese governance as well as the institutional perspectives critical to understand modern China. Topic areas will concern: inequality, social policy, financial policy, health policy, environmental policy, water and energy policy, civil society, the politics of urbanization, democracy, labor, human rights, and gender. Additionally, articles will address questions of ideology, the role of the NPC, the role of the Party, local politics at the village, county, and provincial levels, civil/military relations, and business/government relations.

The journal’s target audience will be a composite of both specialist and non-specialist readerships. Sinologists trained in a variety of disciplines, including political science, sociology, economics, public policy, and other areas will find utility in up-to-date review articles. As China’s rise in the global political, economic, and social spheres attracts increasing numbers of non-Sinologists eager to understand China’s domestic levers of decision-making and power, this journal will also provide an important introduction to current analysis. It is the hope of the editors to create an intellectual bridge between such populations, and between past and current state-of-the-art thinking on Chinese governance.

As of 2017 this journal is no longer distributed by Brill. For information about subscriptions, please contact Higher Education Press.
An International Journal of History and Social Science 中国乡村研究
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Rural China is the sister journal of Modern China.

Rural China is a multidisciplinary journal that focuses on the past and present of China’s 900 million (registered) peasants (including peasant migrant workers in the towns and cities), their families and communities, and their interactions with the urban world. It publishes the best mainland Chinese and international scholarship from the disciplines of history, anthropology and sociology, and economics, political science and law, as well as other allied disciplines such as demography and geography, art and literature, public health, and comparative studies. As the first truly bilingual journal in Chinese studies, it includes both Chinese and English scholarly articles based on new research and/or new interpretations of old research. The journal has an international editorial board of distinguished scholars who help referee articles. Its targeted audience is the global community of China studies both within and outside China. It should be of interest to both scholars and advanced students, specialists and informed readers, as well as policy makers.

Peer Review Policy: All articles published in Rural China undergo a double-blind peer review process. This includes articles published in special issues.

《中国乡村研究》是一本多学科期刊。该刊侧重研究中国9亿注册农民(包括在城镇工作的农民工)的过去和今天,他们的家庭和社区及其与城市的相互作用。该刊出版中国大陆以及国际顶尖学者的研究成果,涉及历史学、人类学和社会学、经济学、政治学和法律,以及其他相关学科,如人口和地理、艺术和文学、公共卫生和比较研究。作为中国研究领域内第一本真正的双语杂志,它将同时收录中、英文学术文章,包括新的研究以及对过去研究的新诠释。其国际编委会由著名学者组成,他们对文章进行严格的评审。该刊面向中国国内及海外的中国研究者群体,包括专家学者、研究生、对中国研究感兴趣的一般读者,以及政策制定者。
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Sociology of Islam (SOI) provides an international scholarly forum for research related to the religion and culture of Islam, Muslim societies, and social issues related to Muslims in socio-political context. Decidedly rooted in the sociological perspective, SOI takes an expansive and global view of this broad subject matter. The SOI publishes multiple issues per year containing original peer-reviewed articles and book reviews on the sociological, political, anthropological, historical and other aspects of Islam and Muslim societies across all times and places. By promoting an academic understanding of the richly variegated and complex nature of both majority Muslim societies and of the issues related to the minority status of Muslims in other social contexts, in both thought and practice, Sociology of Islam makes a distinctive contribution to current scholarship in the field of sociology.
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