The Southeast Review of Asian Studies (SERAS, formerly called the Annals) is a peer-reviewed, scholarly journal published annually since 1979 by the Southeast Conference of the Association for Asian Studies (SEC/AAS). We welcome submissions of articles, scholarly notes, and book reviews that relate to the regions of Central Asia, East Asia, South Asia, or Southeast Asia from perspectives within such diverse fields as anthropology, art history, cinema studies, cultural studies, economics, education, ethnomusicology, gender studies, history, language and linguistics, literature, philosophy, political science, religious studies, and sociology. All authors should take care to address the interests of our broad, multidisciplinary readership by raising larger questions that reach beyond individual research specialties. As the publication of a regional conference, SERAS is designed to promote and support research on Asia by authors with affiliations within our region: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, and the District of Columbia. Submissions from authors outside this area are also welcome, but potential contributors are encouraged to present their research at an SEC/AAS annual meeting, a three-day event featuring scholarly panels, teacher workshops, and book exhibits. Copies of the journal are distributed to SEC/AAS members at the annual meeting and may be ordered from the editor. (See "Ordering Information" link, below.) Copies are also mailed to a selection of major university libraries, primarily at schools in the Southeastern United States. Contents of the current and past volumes (since 2004) are available online (see below) and are indexed by International Information Services and Thomson Gale. The editor is supported by an associate editor, book review and scholarly notes editor, manuscript reviewers, and editorial advisory board. Former and current editors are as follows:
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