Iaponicarum calls for contributions to the special issue
quarterly, targeted at masterfs degree students and Ph.D. candidates.
Papers from students specializing in Japanese studies and Japan-related
social studies who are planning to continue their research career will
be especially welcome.
Iaponicarum is a peer-reviewed journal, and therefore
having a paper
published in the special issue would be a valuable investment in a
young researcherfs career, possibly very helpful when applying for
various grants, fellowships or a Ph.D. course.
also recommend that academic supervisors of the potential contributors
encourage their students to participate in this special issue of Silva
Iaponicarum as well as supervise the upcoming papers.
deadline for sending the contributions (in English language only) is
August 31, 2014. The length of the paper should not exceed 20 standard
size pages, including references (ca. 8,000 words).
Footnotes and references should comply with the Silva Iaponicarum editorial
We ask you to send your papers directly to Stanislaw Meyer:
email@example.com. The required file format is MS Word (*.doc or
26 February 2014