Melbourne Asia Review
Melbourne Asia Review is Asia Institute’s hybrid peer-reviewed digital journal-blog that publishes articles on key issues relating to Asia.
With four editions released per year, Melbourne Asia Review has over 300 peer-reviewed articles spanning a wide range of Asia-related research. The journal co-publishes selected articles with a wide range of respected mainstream media and academic publications and publishes in languages other than English.
Editions of Melbourne Asia Review
Edition 13: Reimagining narratives of Asian language education in Australian universities
Dr Jun Ohashi, March 2023.
Edition 12: Trajectories of Civil Society in Asia
Professor Akihiro Ogawa, November 2022.
Edition 11: (Post-)COVID social and environmental challenges in Asia
Professor Mark Wang & Associate Professor Jay Song, September 2022.
Edition 10: Islam and inter/intra-religious relations in Asia
Professor Abdullah Saeed & Associate Professor Matthew Nelson, June 2022.
Edition 9: The power politics of the Indo-Pacific in and after COVID-19
Prof Timothy Lynch and Professor Robert Ross, March 2022.
Edition 8: Transnational migration, diaspora and development in Asia
Prof Andrew Rosser, November 2021.
Edition 7: The politics of language learning in Asia
A/Prof Michael Ewing, August 2021.
Edition 6: Human rights and civil society in Asia
Ed 6: Dr Anthony Spires, May 2021.
Edition 5: Asian Australians
Dr Jay Song and Associate Professor Claire Maree, February 2021.
Edition 4: Islam and contemporary politics
Prof Abdullah Saeed, December 2020.
Edition 3: Business and human rights in Southeast Asia
Prof Andrew Rosser, September 2020.
Edition 2: The Dynamics of Discourse and Power
Dr Ikuko Nakane and Dr Michael Ewing, June 2020.
Edition 1: Authoritarianism, democracy and civil society
Prof Vedi Hadiz, March 2020.