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Vol. 5 No. 2

Asia Pacific Mission Studies

The Asia Pacific Mission Studies (APMS) is an electronic open-access online journal (e-journal) published twice a year. It succeeds its predecessor, the East Asian Pastoral Review (EAPR), which ended its publication in 2016 in printed form. Like the EAPR, and in line with the thrust of EAPI, the APMS aims to promote knowledge and research related to the mission of the Church, in a way that bridges theology and ministry in the Asia-Pacific context, and facilitates informed praxis and effective witnessing by the Church. Although the journal is no...

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Budhi: A Journal of Ideas and Culture

General Call for Papers

Budhi would be of interest to readers working in philosophy, cultural studies, critical theory, postmodernity, aesthetics, applied ethics, gender studies, migration studies, society and technology, the intersection of ethics and the social sciences, and public policy. For upcoming issues, focus will be on the following emerging themes: humans and life-worlds, education during the time of COVID-19, and pedagogy and philosophies of education.

Perspectives in the Arts and Humanities Asia

General Call for Papers

PAHA welcomes articles in literature, philosophy, theology, performance arts, visual arts, forms of media and other related areas, and Research Notes on studies engaging Philippine and Asian experience.

Journal of Management for Global Sustainability

General Call for Papers

JMGS welcomes submissions from all management disciplines (e.g., international business, accounting, marketing, finance, operations) and related fields (e.g., economics, political science) that contribute to our academic understanding of the role of management in achieving global sustainability.

Philippine Studies: Historical and Ethnographic Viewpoints

General Call for Papers

PSHEV welcomes scholarly articles and other materials on the history of the Philippines and its peoples, both in the homeland and overseas. We believe the past is illumined by historians as well as scholars from other disciplines; at the same time, we prefer ethnographic approaches to the history of the present. We welcome works that are theoretically informed but not encumbered by jargon.


General Call for Papers

Isinusulong ng Katipunan Journal ang intelektwalisasyon ng Filipino bilang disiplina. Tunguhin ng journal ang mapanuri at matalas na pakikipagdiyalogo ng wika, panitikan, at Araling Filipino sa iba’t ibang larangan—kultura, mga wika at panitikan ng ibang bayan, agham panlipunan, kasaysayan, ekolohiya at ekokritisismo, gamit ang wikang Filipino.

Social Transformations: Journal of the Global South

General Call for Papers

STJGS welcomes work that analyzes and enables positive change emerging from social movements, development paradigms, policies, and community and grassroots-based interventions. We publish interdisciplinary empirical and conceptual contributions from the different social and human sciences.

Kritika Kultura

General Call for Papers

KK is interested in publishing a broad and international range of critical, scholarly articles on language, literary and cultural studies that appeal to academic researchers as well as members of the public who are concerned with exploring and examining contemporary issues in the complex nexus interconnecting language, literature, culture, and society.

Call for Contributions: Forum Kritika on Dancing Democracy in a Fractured World

Arising from Our Dance Democracy 2, a successful conference organised online by Dr. Sarah Black (Liverpool Hope University) and Karen Gallagher and Associates (11 and 12 February 2021), proposals are invited for contributions to the Forum Kritika on Dancing Democracy in a Fractured World, a special, themed, section of the online open access journal Kritika Kultura. All articles accepted will be submitted to blind peer review, and the Forum Kritika will be edited by Dr. Black and Victor Merriman, Professor of Critical Studies in Drama (Edge Hill University), who delivered keynote addresses at Our Dance Democracy (2018) and Our Dance Democracy 2 (2021).