H-Asia sent this around, looks like some very interesting articles there:

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H-ASIA
September 26, 2006

Call for papers: _Journal of Chinese Overseas_ and Table of Contents of
the journal’s Volume 2, numbers 1 and 2

From: JournalChineseOverseas

The Journal of Chinese Overseas is an internationally-refereed journal produced by the Chinese Heritage Centre in Singapore under the auspices of the International Society for the study of Chinese Overseas. The journal publishes academic articles on Chinese overseas worldwide, as well as articles on places in mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan where emigrant communities originate, and articles on people of non-Han origins in diaspora who can trace their ancestry to China. The editors of the journal are seeking submissions for future issues. Enquiries should be sent to Prof. Tan Chee-Beng in Hong Kong (cbtan@cuhk.edu.hk) or Dr. Kwan Siu Hing in Singapore (JCO@ntu.edu.sg).

Volume 2 No.2 will appear in Nov 2006 and is available as part of a new subscription, or separately for US$ 25 plus postage. The journal is now available online in Project Muse (an electronic database for journals in the humanities and social sciences). For more detail, visit http://muse.jhu.edu/ or email muse@muse.jhu.edu

The contents of Vol.2 No.1 (May 2006) and Vol.2 No.2 are as follows:

Journal of Chinese Overseas Vol.2 No.1

Articles

Virtual Communities and Chinese National Identity
BRENDA CHAN

“You Can Never Go Home Again”: Cultural Memory and Identity Formation in the Writing of Southeast Asian Chinese
JAMES ST. ANDRE

Transnational Homeland Concerns and Participation in US Politics: A Comparison among Immigrants from China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong
PEI-TE LIEN

Entanglement of Business and Politics in the Chinese Diaspora: Interrogating the Wartime Patriotism of Aw Boon Haw
HUANG JIANLI

Chinese in Papua New Guinea: Strategic Practices in Sojourning
TETSU ICHIKAWA

Report

Gender and Migration Networks; New Approaches to Research on Chinese Migration to France and Europe
CARINE PINA-GUERASSIMOFF

Book Reviews

Qiaowu yu waijiao guanxi yanjiu: Zhongguo fangqi “shuangchong guoji” de huigu yu fansi (Overseas Chinese Affairs and Diplomatic Relations: Retrospect on China’s Abandoning of its Policy of “Dual Nationality”)
by Cheng Xi
Reviewed by NING ZHANG

The Chinese Diaspora: Space, Place, Mobility, and Idendity edited by Laurence J.C. Ma, and Carolyn Cartier
Reviewed by LIU HAIMING

East by South: China in the Australasian Imagination edited by Charles Ferrall, Paul Millar, and Keren Smith
Reviewed by JOHN FITZGERALD

Ethnic Relations and Nation-Building in Southeast Asia. The Case of the Ethnic Chinese
edited by Leo Suryadinata
Reviewed by AMY L. FREEDMAN

Vol.2 No.2

Articles

Why China Historians Should Study the Chinese Diaspora, and Vice-versa
PHILIP A. KUHN

Transnationalism as a New Mode of Immigrant Labor Market Incorporation: Preliminary Evidence from Chinese Transnational Migrants
PHILIP YANG

Migrant Transnationality and Its Evolving Nature: A Case Study of Mainland Chinese Migrants in Australia
JIA GAO

Expanding thge Cantonese Diaspora: Sojourners and Settlers in the West River Basin
STEVEN B. MILES

Extinction and Adventures on the Chinese Diaspora Frontier
JING TSU

The Trading Culture of Jade Stones Among the Yunnanese in Burma and Thailand, 1962-88
WEN-CHIN CHANG

Report

Haigui: A New Area in China’s Policy toward the Chinese Diaspora?
WANG CANGBAI, WONG SIU-LUN and SUN WENBIN

Book Reviews

Anti-Japanese or Pro-Japanese: Overseas Chinese, the Chinese Nationalist Government and the Wang Regime
by Lee Ying-hui
Reviewed by WANG CANGBAI

Chinese Indonesians: Remembering, Distorting, Forgetting edited by Tim Lindsey and Helen Pausacker
Reviewed by DEDE OETOMO

Our history Is Still Being Written: The Story of Three Chinese Generals in the Cuban Revolution
by Amando Choy, Gustavo Chui and Sio Wong
Reviewed by LI ANSHAN

Chinese St. Louis: From Enclave to Cultural Community
by Huping Ling
Reviewed by CHENG HONG

Dutch colonial Education: The Chinese Experience in Indonesia, 1900-1942
by Ming Govaars, trans. Lorre Lynn Trytten
Revieweed by SAI SIEW MIN