As a multi-disciplinary international forum for the presentation of feminist scholarship and criticism in the fields of the humanities and the social sciences, The Asian Journal of Women’s Studies (AJWS) was first published as an annual issue in 1995. Since 1997, AJWS has been circulated quarterly by the Asian Center for Women’s Studies at Ewha Womans University, Seoul, South Korea.

AJWS welcomes original contributions, which include research articles, review articles, and book reviews, from individuals and collectives of different backgrounds not merely in Asia but all over the world. AJWS, a forum on women in Asia, for women and men in Asia, and by feminists all over the world, is the first international academic journal in Women’s Studies in Korea published in English and the first social science journal in Korea included in the Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI). It is also covered by Korea Citation Index (KCI), Alternative Press Index, Feminist Periodicals, Gender Watch, Iowa Guide, Scopus, and EBSCO.

From its publication of Vol. 19, AJWS has been accepting short papers for the Voices from Asian Feminist Activism, a special corner created to capture individual or collective stories, narratives, and experiences of Asian activists, NGOs, and young scholars directly engaged in local activism and grassroots empowerment and emancipation programs for women, by women, through women, and with women.

Through this corner, AJWS seeks to provide a platform for theory building based on bold realities, model stories, and compelling challenges faced by women in contemporary Asian societies; to bridge the gap between scholarship of global knowledge and local knowledge; and to enrich women’s studies perspectives by providing an interface with feminist epistemologies from different locales and contexts of Asia. Submitted papers for this corner have to be shorter than the usual articles published in this journal. The papers undergo the same screening procedure and the authors are expected observe the same guidelines set forth by AJWS.

Submitted manuscripts must be in English, typed in double space, on A4 paper. Contributors are requested to send an electronic version in Microsoft Word by e-mail as an attachment. Manuscripts submitted will not be returned to the contributor. All authors receive 50 e-copies of the journal in which their contribution appears.


See the Guidelines for Contributors for more details.

Language Policy
AJWS uses nonsexist language. In the submitted manuscript, language(s) other than English should be transcribed in the standard form of that country.
Length
ARTICLES should be no longer than 30 pages, typed in double-space. Manuscripts submitted as RESEARCH NOTES should be no longer than 15 pages.
Co-authored work
In the case of work by two or more persons, the name of the main author should come first, followed by the names of co-authors. In the case of work by one main author, assisted by one or more others, who do not claim full authorship, the names of the latter should be added after the main author's name preceded by the word "with." As indicated in the following examples:
- LEE Key Woo, CHO Kisuk, and LEE Wun Ju
- Geetanjali Singh CHANDA with Norman G. OWEN

Authors should include, for each author, the full name as it should appear in print if the article is accepted; a brief biographical note of not more than 80 words; full postal and e-mail address; and all relevant telephone and fax numbers on the first page of the manuscript.
Abstract
An abstract of no more than 150 words, typed on a separate page, should accompany the manuscript. Authors of articles and papers accepted for publication may translate their abstracts into the national, official, or local language (other than English) preferred by the authors.
Keywords
A list of up to 6 keywords, written after the abstract, should accompany the manuscript.
Notes
Notes referring to the text should be used only when absolutely necessary. They should be numbered consecutively and typed on separate sheets at the end of the manuscript, to appear in an endnotes section.
Citation in Text
List the author's last name and the year of publication (and the page for specific reference) within parentheses.

• Direct Quotation
- "Technology . . . serves the existing order” (Rothschild, 1983, pp. 84-85).
References
All works cited in the text must be listed in the reference section. Avoid abbreviations of journal titles and incomplete information. For details of the format and style, please refer to the examples below:

- For a book:
Sargent, L. (Ed.) (1981). Women and revolution: A discussion of the unhappy marriage of marxism and feminism. Boston: South End Press.

- For an article or chapter in a book:
Browne, A. (1988). A women's co-operative in the Gambia: Sukuta communal garden project. In L. Mayoux (Ed.), All are not equal: African women in co-operatives (pp. 300-316). London: Institute for African Alternatives.

- For a journal article:
Perry, R. & Greber, L. (1990). Women and computers: An introduction. Sings, 16(1), 74-101. doi:xx.xxxxxxxxxx

Funded Research
Author(s) of a funded research project or manuscript that has been reviewed and approved for publication in AJWS will be required to pay $300 or 300,000 won as publication fee. Payment should be made to:

- Check from a US bank payable to
Asian Center for Women's Studies
Ewha Womans University
52, Ewhayeodae-gil, Seodaemun-gu, Seoul, 03760, Korea

- Money order in US Dollars
Payment into Account #180-005-491852
Name: KIM Eun Shil (Asian Center for Women's Studies)
Swift Code: SHBKKRSE
Bank: Shinhan Bank Address: Seodaemun Branch, Seoul 03760, Korea

Review Process
Editors make a preliminary evaluation and select appropriate reviewers based on their judgment. All contributions are then subject to reviews by readers in relevant disciplines for a double blind review. Reviewers are asked to send their evaluations, comments, and suggestions for revision to the editors. After the review by the readers, the editors make a final decision about acceptance, rejection, or revision in accordance with the recommendations of the reviewers.
Copyright
The Asian Center for Women's Studies has the copyright of AJWS in print and on-line.
How to Submit
Submission is available at Taylor & Francis Editorial Manager System: https://www.editorialmanager.com/RAJW

Please ask questions to:
Email address: ajws@ewha.ac.kr
Postal address: The Editor
Asian Journal of Women's Studies
Asian Center for Women's Studies
52, Ewhayeodae-gil, Seodaemun-gu, Seoul, 03760, Korea