Edited by Florian Schneider

Call for papers: 3RD ASIASCAPE: DIGITAL ASIA CONFERENCE – 29 MAY 2018 AT LEIDEN UNIVERSITY, THE NETHERLANDS
Deadline for proposals: 1 February 2018, via the submission dropbox.
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Asiascape: Digital Asia explores the political, social, and cultural impact of digital media in Asia through both critical, theoretically-minded research and innovative digital methods. Bringing together inter- and multi-disciplinary research in the area studies, arts, communication and media studies, information and computer sciences, and social sciences, this peer-reviewed journal examines the role that information, communication, and digital technologies play in Asian societies, as well as in intra-regional and transnational dynamics.
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Aziatische Kunst is het tijdschrift van de Koninklijke Vereniging van Vrienden der Aziatische Kunst (KVVAK) en verschijnt 3 keer per jaar. De artikelen zijn van de hand van de conservatoren van het Rijksmuseum en gerenommeerde wetenschappers op het gebied van Aziatische kunst in binnen- en buitenland. Indien u het tijdschrift in print wenst te ontvangen, gelieve contact op te nemen met de KVVAK: info@vvak.nl Aziatische Kunst is the journal of the Royal Society of Friends of Asian Art (KVVAK) and is published in 3 issues per year. The articles are written by the curators of the Rijksmuseum and renowned international specialists in the field of Asian art. When you want to receive the journal in print, please contact the KVVAK: info@vvak.nl

Editor-in-Chief Lauri Mälksoo

The Baltic Yearbook of International Law joined the family of legal publications in 2001. It is an annual publication containing contributions on topical issues in international law and related fields that are relevant to Baltic affairs and beyond. Each Yearbook focuses on a theme with particular importance to the development of international law. The Yearbook serves as an important source of information not available elsewhere on the practices of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania in international law.
Despite a clear Baltic ownership, the Yearbook aims at contributing to the development of thought, standard-setting and relevant practices throughout the world. The topical coverage has included the questions surrounding the claims of the Baltic States to their State continuity in international law; related issues of State responsibility; various challenges in international human rights law with focus on bioethics and human rights; and the enlargement of the European Union.

The series published an average of one volume per year over the last 5 years.

Editor-in-Chief Wei Chen and Edward L. Shaughnessy

Individuals are eligible for free access to Bamboo and Silk until 31 December 2019, using access token BSMS4U.

Bamboo and Silk is a peer-reviewed academic journal sponsored by the Center of Bamboo and Silk Manuscripts of Wuhan University. Based on unearthed Chinese bamboo and silk manuscripts from the Warring States period (476–221 BC) and Qin (221–206BC), Han (206BC–220 AD), Wei (220–265 AD) and Jin (265–420 AD) Dynasties, this journal focuses on studies of character identification and textual reconstitution, and studies of the social, political, economic and legal systems as well as ideology, culture, language, customs and other aspects reflected by these manuscripts. The journal includes research articles on bamboo and silk manuscripts and book reviews. All articles are peer reviewed by anonymous outside experts as well as by the editorial board, and reflect the current state of international academic research issues on Chinese bamboo and silk manuscripts.

Bamboo and Silk is primarily based on Jian Bo 簡帛, a Chinese journal that was initially published in 2006 by Shanghai Chinese Classics Publishing House Co., Ltd., with some articles chosen from Jian Bo 簡帛 and translated into English. The journal accepts submissions in English as well.

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Bandung

Journal of the Global South

Edited by Pak Nung WONG

As a cross-disciplinary journal in the humanities and social sciences, Bandung: Journal of the Global South aims at providing an academic and policy platform for scholars and practitioners to develop new theoretical perspectives, share revealing findings, and exchange views. These should be grounded on the complex postcolonial landscapes of African, Asian, and Latin American peoples, for identifying their own ways and strategies of development and decolonization. Alternative paradigms, worldviews, ontologies, and epistemologies as well as praxis are encouraged to develop context-sensitive debates pertinent to African, Asian, and Latin American intellectual traditions and empirical, cultural, and theoretical realities.

Editor-in-Chief Prof. Frans B.M. de Waal

Behaviour is interested in all aspects of animal (including human) behaviour, from ecology and physiology to learning, cognition, and neuroscience. Evolutionary approaches, which concern themselves with the advantages of behaviour or capacities for the organism and its reproduction, receive much attention both at a theoretical level and as it relates to specific behaviour.

The journal Behaviour has its roots in ethology and behavioural biology (see historical note), in which the emphasis is not so much on how animals compare with humans under strictly controlled conditions (as in comparative psychology), but more on tracing the phylogeny and evolution of natural behaviour as shown under naturalistic or natural conditions. Specialized cognition and communication are part of this approach. Well-controlled laboratory experiments are needed and welcome, but by no means the only approach. Behaviour has a long tradition of publishing systematic observations of spontaneous behaviour.

Behaviour covers the whole animal kingdom, from invertebrates to fish, and from frogs to primates. The study of animal behaviour remains vibrant and keeps attracting young, talented scientists, who will find Behaviour a journal with a quick turn-around time (we strive for first reviews within a month) read by a wide range of students and researchers of animal behaviour.

Historical note: Behaviour was founded by Nobel Prize winner Niko Tinbergen together with W. H. Thorpe, in 1948. In a classical 1963 paper—dedicated to the 60th birthday of that other animal behaviour Nobelist, Konrad Lorenz—Tinbergen proposed that questions relating to why an animal behaves in a particular way can be viewed through four prisms. At the proximate level, we have 1) the causation of behaviour (its underlying motivation, cognition, and emotions), and 2) the behaviour's ontogeny, such as how it develops or is acquired. At the ultimate level, we have 3) the behavior's survival value, and 4) its evolution and phylogeny. Behaviour seeks to cover all four prisms equally.

2018 Impact Factor: 1.401
5 Year Impact Factor: 1.4

The editorial board of Behaviour wishes to state unequivocally that it is not our policy to influence the Impact Factor in any way that could be regarded unethical.

Online submission: Articles for publication in Behaviour can be submitted online through Editorial Manager, please click here. As of July 1st 2017, full colour images and figures are published free of charge.

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Alternatively, you may submit your manuscript through Behaviour’s site at the Peerage of Science community. Peerage of Science features Open Engagement, allowing any qualified, non-affiliated scientist to engage to peer-review your work. The end result includes revision recommendations, and standardized quantitative evaluation of the revised version, in addition to the reviews. Peerage of Science is free of any charges. Click here to submit your work to the journal, using Peerage of Science.

Beijing International Review of Education

Official Journal of Beijing Normal University

This international journal is a subscription-based, peer reviewed, general review of educational theory, history, philosophy and related empirical sciences that aims to publish a wide range of articles in English. It has a particular focus on the contribution of education -- socially, morally and economically -- to society, culture and economy. The journal welcomes articles on significant new research as well as material of a more reflective nature. The Beijing International Review of Education aims to publish articles that are of interest not only to academics and policy makers but also teachers and members of the public. All articles in this journal undergo rigorous peer review.

Biblical Interpretation

A Journal of Contemporary Approaches

Editor-in-Chief Tat-siong Benny Liew

This innovative and highly acclaimed journal publishes articles on various aspects of critical biblical scholarship in a complex global context. The journal provides a medium for the development and exercise of a whole range of current interpretive trajectories, as well as deliberation and appraisal of methodological foci and resources. Alongside individual essays on various subjects submitted by authors, the journal welcomes proposals for special issues that focus on particular emergent themes and analytical trends.

Over the past two decades, Biblical Interpretation has provided a professional forum for pushing the disciplinary boundaries of biblical studies: not only in terms of what biblical texts mean, but also what questions to ask of biblical texts, as well as what resources to use in reading biblical literature. The journal has thus the distinction of serving as a site for theoretical reflection and methodological experimentation.

Biblical Interpretation accepts submission for review on a continuous basis.

To submit a proposal for a special issue, please contact the Executive Editor Tat-siong Benny Liew, bliew@holycross.edu
Suggestions for Special Issues could be ´Songs of Praise´ / The Bible and Pop Music BI XIX - 2 or ´Jesus in Cultural Complexity BI XVIII / 4-5

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Editor-in-Chief Prof. Dr. Ruth Scoralick and Prof. Dr. Christoph Gregor Müller

Biblische Zeitschrift, founded in 1903, is one of the leading international journals in Biblical Studies. Contributions are published in German, English and French. The primary aim of the journal is to further the understanding of the Biblical texts, both of the Old and the New Testament. Articles focus on philological or text-critical issues, raise questions of historical and cultural contextualisation or concentrate on literary, hermeneutical or theological issues – to name only a few of the relevant aspects. Each volume also contains book reviews to help scholars as well as everyone interested in Biblical Studies to keep informed in the ever-developing field of study.
As of Volume 67 (1997) Bijdragen tot de Dierkunde is continued as Contributions to Zoology. See www.brill.com/ctoz for more information.