Journal of Language and Culture is a Humanities and Social Sciences journal published twice annually, in June and December by the Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia, Mahidol University, since 1981.

The aims of the journal are to publish academic works on language and culture for the benefit of national development and international collaboration as well as to promote and support the conservation, development and revitalization of language and culture. The journal welcomes all manuscripts in the sub-fields of linguistics, cultural studies, anthropology, community development, and language for communication, translation, and teaching, especially theoretically focused analysis, applied research, and analyzed or synthesized research papers carried out in the Asian region.

Only original manuscripts will be accepted for review and on the condition that they have not been and will not be submitted for publication elsewhere. Every manuscript will be refereed by three academic experts in the appropriate field. The published articles need to be accepted by the 3 referees. The Editorial Board reserves the right to reject any material deemed inappropriate, or to make minor changes for presentation and format purposes only and accepts no responsibility for the accuracy or otherwise of the content. Articles for each issue will be published in the order determined by the Editorial Board. Any article published in the Journal of Language and Culture is considered an academic work representing the opinions of the author(s) and should not be construed as reflecting the opinions of the Editorial Board.

Call for papers for Journal of Language and Culture Vol. 41 No.2 (December 2022)

2022-02-16

We welcome researchers, lecturers, and postgraduate students studying Southeast Asia in all disciplines to present their works. We especially encourage those that address the journal’s themes but are opened to submissions covering other topics:

  • Transnationalism and development of social identity groups
  • Colonialism and post-colonialism in Southeast Asia studies
  • Authoritarianism and human rights
  • Nationalism and ethno-centrism

Please send your abstract to chulaluk.ple@mahidol.edu by 15th March 2022.

Vol. 41 No. 1 (2022): January - June

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