[artinfo] Journal of American Studies: Eurasian Perspectives

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 Dear Colleague,

The Journal of American Studies: Eurasian Perspectives (JASEP) is an international peer-reviewed journal, published semi-annually. The Institute of Language and Communication Studies and Macro World Publishing jointly edit the journal. It invites research on the topics of American literature, art and humanities including U.S. culture and literature, socio-linguistics, migration to the U.S., feminism, socio-cultural approaches to American life, social problems and social changes, human rights, ethnic and racial studies, terrorism and public service. Its main focus, however, is on the various European and Asian perspectives on these issues. 

JASEP seeks to open a debate on the legacy of Europeans and Asians on the Americas, and in turn examines the socio-political and cultural ways in which America shapes the continents of Europe and Asia. The journal aims to demarcate an interdisciplinary field of inquiry and to seek innovative research issues related to ethnic studies disciplines that critically examine the history, culture, politics, and experiences of the people of Eurasia in an encounter with the American continent.

JASEP also focuses on exploring American mind reflections in the people of Eurasian ancestry. Moreover, the journal centers on the reflections of the history, culture, literature and politics of the United States in the minds of Asian and European people. 

The Journal of American Studies: Eurasian Perspectives is an interdisciplinary platform that publishes articles representing a wide range of academic disciplines, including sociology, history, political science, literature, cultural and gender studies and promoting a variety of research methods. 
The MacroWorld publishes the research papers through a number of international journals (all the journals are published in print and online). These journals are led by the world’s reputed professors. The quick and double blind review process, rich editorial board, zero tolerance for plagiarism and high respect for publication ethics, a strong commitment for scheduled publication are the key features of the Institute’s journals. 

Submissions of paper proposals should be made to

Submission and Publication Information:
Submission deadline: 1 June 2014
First round decisions announced: July, 2014
Authors submit revised manuscripts: 25 July 2014
Final decisions reached: 13 Sep 2014
Approximate date of publication: Jan, 2015
Number of papers: 5 to 7 papers
JASEP Editorial Office
jasep at imacroworldpub.com Editor-In-Chief 
Louis G. Mendoza University of Minnesota USA

Associate Editors 
Ji-Yeon Yu Northwestern University USA
David Bulla Zayed University UAE

Assistant Editor 
Lion Koenig Heidelberg University Germany
Editorial Board 
Kent A. Ono University of Utah USA
Maria Damon University of Minnesota USA
Keith Camacho University of California USA
Jennifer Pierce University of Minnesota USA
Evelyn Alsultany University of Michigan USA
Dixa Ramírez Yale University USA
Timothy Brennan University of Minnesota USA
Michael Inis-Jiménez University of Alabama USA
Birgit Brander Rasmussen Yale University USA
Paul Andersonborn University of Michigan USA
Matthew Hedstrom University of Virginia USA
Karen Inouye Indiana University USA
Bruce Conforth University of Michigan USA
King-Kok Cheung University of California USA
Cara Caddoo Indiana University USA
John Park University of California USA
Jani Scandura University of Minnesota USA
Pauline Strong University of Texas at Austin USA
Paula Rabinowitz University of Minnesota USA
Clarence Lang University of Kansas USA
John Kinder Oklahoma State University USA
Lessie Jo Frazier Indiana University USA
Theodore S. Gonzalves University of Maryland USA
Cotten Seiler Dickinson College USA
Perin Gurel University of Notre Dame USA
Arturo Aldama University of Colorado Boulder USA
Victor Bascara University of California USA
Tamara Bhalla University of Maryland USA
Gayle Wald George Washington University USA
Sandhya Shukla University of Virginia USA
Shanté Smalls University of New Mexico USA
Timothy Haggerty Carnegie Mellon University USA
Edward Whitley Lehigh University USA
Xiaojian Zhao University of California USA
David Karjanen University of Minnesota USA
Ben. Sifuentes-Jáuregui The State University of New Jersey USA
Elisabeth Anker The George Washington University USA
Jigna Desai University of Minnesota USA
Ricky Law Carnegie Mellon University USA
Alan Wald University of Michigan USA
Deborah Whaley University of Iowa USA
Shelley Streeby University of California USA
Stacy Takacs Oklahoma State University USA
Reiland Rabaka University of Colorado USA
Viet Thanh Nguyen University of Southern California USA
Madhu Dubey University of Illinois-Chicago USA
Roderick A. Ferguson University of Minnesota USA
Jennie Chapman University of Hull UK
Jean Van Delinder Oklahoma State University USA
Erica Ball California State University, Fullerton USA
Robert Moore Rollins College USA
Micol Seigel Indiana University USA
Melissa Dabakis Kenyon College USA
Jackie Krasas Lehigh University USA
Joseph Jonghyun Jeon Pomona College USA
Alan Lechusza Aquallo Palomar College USA
Roger Bromley Lancaster University UK
Deborah Durham Sweet Briar College USA
Maria Roth-Lauret University of Sussex UK
Hua Hsu Vassar College USA
Edward Walkiewicz Oklahoma State University USA
Daniel Kane University of Sussex UK
Paul Buhle Brown University USA
Barbara Boyer Gonzaga University USA
Deborah Dozier Palomar College USA
Gabriele Weinberger Lenoir-Rhyne University USA
Catherine Morley University of Leicester UK
Susie Woo California State University USA
Todd Honma Pitzer College USA
Phillip A. Cantrell II Longwood University USA
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