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ANTH 233: Peoples and Cultures of Asia: Journals

Examples of Anthropology Journals Available from the Library

  • American anthropologist
  • American ethnologist
  • Anthropological quarterly
  • Anthropology today
  • Cultural anthropology
  • Cultural survival quarterly
  • Current anthropology
  • Journal of anthropological research
  • Journal of contemporary ethnography
  • Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute

Does Willamette Own...

Use the E-Journal Finder search box (right) to see if Willamette has access for specific journal titles electronically.

To check our print holdings you need to search the library catalog. Once on that search screen, under Material Type, select "Journals." 

E-Journal Finder

E-Journals in the Hatfield Library collection


Scholarly, Peer Reviewed Journals

Peer reviewed or refereed means that articles submitted to a journal are examined both by the editor and one or more specialists in the field (the author's peers) before being approved for publication.  Peer review helps to ensure published articles represent the quality scholarship.    

By looking closely at the journal issue, you can often tell if a journal is peer reviewed.  In the front or the back of the issue it will often list an editorial board and give guidelines for article contributions that will tell you if it is a refereed journal. 

If you don’t have the actual journal in hand, it may be more difficult to determine if a journal is a scholarly publication (or peer reviewed).  Some of the databases offer you the ability to limit by “Scholarly (Peer Reviewed) Journals" or "Academic Journals." Also, most journals published by associations use some sort of peer review process.

Examples of Pertinent Asia-related Journals Available from the Library

  • Asian perspectives
  • China
  • China information
  • China quarterly
  • Contemporary Southeast Asia
  • Critical Asian studies
  • Harvard journal of Asiatic studies
  • Indian journal of gender studies
  • Japan echo
  • Japan forum
  • Journal of Asian Studies
  • Journal of contemporary Asia
  • Journal of Japanese studies
  • Korean studies 
  • Modern Asian studies
  • Modern China
  • Sojourn: Journal of social issues in Southeast Asia
  • South Asia economic journal
  • South Asia research