This is a general subject guide for graduate students or undergraduate students in upper division who are enrolled in the Chinese studies program, or for those who take classes and/or have research interest on pre- 1949 China (especially Sinology).
Published by the Östasiatiska Museet in Stockholm, Sweden, BMFEA presents articles by scholars worldwide on all aspects of ancient and classical China, East Asia and adjacent regions, including archaeology, art, architecture, history and philosophy, literature and linguistics and related fields.
Early China publishes original research on all aspects of the culture and civilization of China from the earliest times to the end of the Han dynasty (CE 220). The journal is interdisciplinary in scope and includes articles on Chinese archaeology, history, philosophy, religion, literature, and paleography. It is the only English-language journal to publish solely on early China, and to include information on relevant publications in all languages.
The journal of the Association for Asian Studies, JAS has played a defining role in the field of Chinese and Asian studies for over 65 years. It publishes state-of-the-field essays on established and emerging topics relating to China and has extensive book reviews.
Published by Routledge and the Institute of Modern History, CASS, the Journal of Modern Chinese History seeks to provide a platform for Chinese and foreign Scholars on China to exchange ideas. It focuses on the 19th and 20th centuries.
Founded in 1890, T’oung Pao is the oldest journal on Sinology and has long been the leading western language periodical on all aspects of traditional China. T'oung Pao regularly presents the best new scholarship on China and has an extensive book review section.
The journal of the Center for Chinese Studies, Taiwan. It has partly been digitized by the Center and made available for viewing online. Print copies of the journal are also available in the East Asian Library