|About the Journal
|The Asian Journal of Latin American Studies
(AJLAS, previously the Korean Journal of Latin American Studies)
is an academic journal for discussion and debate of Latin American
affairs and comparative analysis of Asian and Latin American
societies. AJLAS is published by the Latin
American Studies Association of Korea (LASAK) quarterly
in February, May, August, and November.
The purpose of AJLAS is to stimulate and disseminate scholarly
research in the broad scope of Latin American studies in the
humanities and social sciences: economics, political science,
international relations, philosophy, history, sociology, geography,
anthropology, and literature. Articles with an interdisciplinary
approach are especially welcome.
|Call for Papers
|AJLAS invites submissions of well-researched
papers in the areas of the humanities and social sciences for
the forthcoming journal, Volume 17, Number 2. Please visit the
Submissions area of the AJLAS
website for details.
American Studies Association of Korea (LASAK) was founded
in 1986 as an academic society for Latin American studies in
South Korea. LASAK aims to disseminate scholarly agendas on
Latin America through biannual conferences and regular publication
of journals (AJLAS) and newsletters. LASAK encourages study
seminars and promotes the exchange of ideas among scholars in
different institutions who engage in Latin American studies.
The members of LASAK include scholars affiliated with universities,
as well as those who work at governmental or private research
institutes while teaching and conducting research on various
subjects, including social sciences, language, literature, and
cultural studies of Latin America.