The China Journal is a cutting-edge source of scholarship, information and analysis about China and Taiwan. TCJ has published informed and insightful commentary from China scholars worldwide and stimulated the scholarly debate on Contemporary China for more than thirty years. With its reputation for quality and clarity, the journal has proven itself instrumental to instruction and research about one of the most significant regions in the world. Interdisciplinary in scope, TCJ provides deep coverage of important anthropological, sociological, economic and political science topics.
A top-ranking journal in "Area Studies" by the annual Thompson-Reuters Journal Citation Report®, TCJ boasts an impact factor of .826, and has held the no. 1 position in its category for two of the past five years.
In addition to a wide range of articles, TCJ also publishes high-quality book reviews of recent books published on modern China.
Now published with
University of Chicago Press!
Beginning with issue 68, July 2012, The China Journal will be published in print and online twice annually, in January and July, by the University of Chicago Press on behalf of the ANU College of Asia & the Pacific.