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MacMillan Center Publications

MacMillan Center affiliated faculty have written hundreds of books on a wide range of topics. They are listed at www.yale.edu/macmillan/research.

The MacMillan Center Working Papers Series features research and lectures by Yale faculty, affiliated scholars, and visiting dignitaries. All of these papers are available for download at www.yale.edu/macmillan/research. The database includes abstracts and is searchable by author, title, year, subject, and source.

In 2007 the Council on East Asian Studies (CEAS) marked the inauguration of Yale CEAS Occasional Publications with the publication of This Sporting Life: Sports and Body Culture in Modern Japan, edited by William W. Kelly (Yale University) with Sugimoto Atsuo (Kyoto University). This book series is published by CEAS to present scholarship about the East Asian region based on activities sponsored by the council.

The Council on Middle East Studies edits The Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies (JMEWS). It is the official publication of the Association for Middle East Women’s Studies, a multidisciplinary, international organization affiliated with the Middle East Studies Association. Its purpose is to advance the fields of Middle East women’s studies, gender studies, and Middle East studies through contributions across disciplines in the social sciences and humanities.

In July 2013 the MacMillan Center began to publish YaleGlobal Online (yaleglobal.yale.edu), which disseminates information about globalization to millions of readers in more than 215 countries and territories around the world.

The Council on Southeast Asia Studies edits and publishes a monograph series covering historical, political, economic, and anthropological subjects relating to Southeast Asia, and two additional series focusing on Vietnamese culture, literature, history, and folklore.

The Yale Journal of International Affairs (YJIA) publishes the work of Yale graduate students, professors, and practitioners within the policy community. YJIA strives to facilitate discussion of international affairs as a platform for scholarship and commentary.

As Yale’s only undergraduate international affairs magazine, the Yale Globalist is written, edited, and produced by Yale students. Four issues are released each year, two in the fall term and two in the spring term. Each issue is made up of theme articles focusing on a topic voted by the staff to be of great contemporary importance, and off-theme articles covering a range of international issues.

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