Asian Ethnology (ISSN 1882–6865) is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal registered as an Open Access Journal with all the contents freely downloadable. Please read the information on our open access and copyright policies. A list of monographs that were published under the journal's former names, Folklore Studies and Asian Folklore Studies, appear 
 Asian Ethnology is dedicated to the promotion of scholarly research on the peoples and cultures of Asia. It began in China as Folklore Studies in 1942 and later moved to Japan where its name was changed to  Asian Folklore Studies. It is edited and published at Nanzan University in Nagoya, Japan. 
 Asian Ethnology seeks to deepen understanding and further the pursuit of knowledge about the peoples and cultures of Asia. We wish to facilitate intellectual exchange between Asia and the rest of the world, and particularly welcome submissions from scholars based in Asia. The journal presents formal essays and analyses, research reports, and critical book reviews relating to a wide range of topical categories, including 
  • narratives, performances, and other forms of cultural representation
  • popular religious concepts
  • vernacular approaches to health and healing
  • local ecological/environmental knowledge
  • collective memory and uses of the past
  • cultural transformations in diaspora
  • transnational flows
  • material culture
  • museology
  • visual culture
  • Benjamin Dorman, Nanzan University (benjamindorman[at mark]asianethnology.org) (check spam mail for response and whitelist this address if necessary)
  • Frank J. Korom, Boston University (korom[at mark]boston.edu) 
 Managing Editor 
  • Benjamin Dorman, Nanzan University
 Associate Editor 
  • Harmony DenRonden
 Book and Film Reviews Editor 
  • Paul Capobianco, Nanzan University
 Editorial Assistants 
  • Michiko Miyake, Nanzan University
 Editorial Board 
  • Mark Bender, The Ohio State University
  • Clark Chilson, University of Pittsburgh
  • Thomas David DuBois, Beijing Normal University
  • R. Michael Feener, Kyoto University
  • Clare Harris, University of Oxford
  • Keith Howard, SOAS, University of London
  • Charlene E. Makley, Reed College
  • Anne E. McLaren, University of Melbourne
  • Oona Paredes, UCLA
  • Frank Proschan, Independent Scholar
  • Michael Puett, Harvard University
  • William S. Sax, Heidelberg University
  • Guha Shankar, American Folklife Center, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
  • Juliane Schober, Arizona State University
  • Nicholas Thomas, University of Cambridge
  • Shinya Watanabe, Nanzan University
  • Christine Yano, University of Hawai'i at Manoa
 More contact details can be found here