Global Perspectives on Japan (GPJ) is a yearly, Open Access, peer-reviewed multi-disciplinary academic journal on Japanese studies. Language of publication is English. Both hard-copy and digital editions are distributed worldwide.
GPJ focuses on developing a global perspective on the study of Japan and Asia. The journal promotes innovative, interdisciplinary, inter-regional and transnational approaches to Japanese Studies.
GPJ aims to be a venue for scholarship in E.M.E.A. region with a special focus on Turkey and neighboring regions. It especially encourages scholars from the Middle East, Balkans, Central Asia and the Mediterranean but also welcomes scholars from other parts of the world.
GPJ invites papers in the fields of history, humanities, and social sciences including topics of the past and the present. In addition to articles, the journal publishes occasional article size translations, book reviews, and surveys of current trends in Japanese and Asian Studies.
Editor-in-chief: Erdal Küçükyalçın (Ph.D.)
Assistant Editor: Jennifer Leigh Norris
Design: Ergun Kocabıyık
Ayşe Selçuk Esenbel (Em. Boğaziçi Üni.), Oğuz Baykara (Boğaziçi Uni.), Ali Akkemik (Yamaguchi Uni.), Altay Atlı (Sabancı Uni.), Ahmet Öncü (Boğaziçi Uni.)
National Board of Advisors (Alphabetical Order)
Murat Demircioğlu (Em.), Merthan Dündar (Ankara Uni.), Murat Dündar (Bahçeşehir Uni.), Ali Volkan Erdemir (Erciyes Uni.), Hüseyin Can Erkin (Ankara Uni.), Başak Koca Özer (Ankara Uni.), İsmail Özer (Ankara Uni.), Arzu Öztürkmen (Boğaziçi Uni.), Ayşe Nur Tekmen (Ankara Uni.), İsenbike Togan (Em.), Mete Tuncoku (Em.), Binnaz Toprak (Em.), Zafer Toprak (Boğaziçi Uni.)
International Board of Advisors (Alphabetical Order)
James Bartholomew (Em.), Sebastian Conrad (Freie Universität Berlin), Carol Gluck (Columbia Uni.), Andrew Gordon (Harvard Uni.), Kayoko Hayashi (Tokyo Uni. of Foreign Studies), Charles Horioka (Asian Growth Institute), Masaru Ikei (Keio Uni.), Hisao Komatsu (Tokyo Uni. of Foreign Studies), Kaori Komatsu (Waseda Uni.), Josef Kreiner (Em.), Hiroshi Mitani (Uni. of Tokyo), Li Narangoa (Australian National Uni.), Ian Nish (Em.), Nakayama Noriko (Chubu Uni.), Sven Saaler (Teikyo Uni.), Dominic Sachsenmeier (Georg-August-Universität Göttingen), Tsutomu Sakamoto (Em.), Haruo Shirane (Columbia Uni.), Christopher Szpilman (Teikyo Uni.), Aoki Tamotsu (GRIPS), Brij Tankha (Uni. Of Delhi), Suzuki Tadashi (Em.), Komori Yoichi (Uni. of Tokyo), Shimizu Yuichiro (Keio Uni.)