Deadline: May 30, 2010

The Hmong Studies Journal invites article submissions for its 2010 issue (Volume 11).

The Hmong Studies Journal is a unique and established peer-reviewed Internet-based
academic publication devoted to the scholarly discussion of Hmong history, Hmong
culture, Hmong people, and other facets of the Hmong experience in the U.S., Asia and
around the world. The Hmong Studies Journal has published 12 online issues in 10
volumes and more than 80 scholarly articles since 1996.

The Hmong Studies Journal will accept the following types of submissions:

  • Original Research Articles
  • Book Reviews
  • Letters/Commentary articles related to important scholarly issues in Hmong
    Studies and/or in response to other published scholarly works in Hmong Studies
  • Photo Essays (with Narratives) that inform about the adaptation of the Hmong
    diaspora and various aspects of the Hmong culture

Please note: As a peer-reviewed journal, the Hmong Studies Journal reserves the right
to suggest and request revisions to any submitted article. The editors and editorial
board of the Hmong Studies Journal will review all articles and subsequent drafts for
possible submission and will decide whether articles are to be accepted or declined.

Original Research Article manuscripts should be submitted in "Uniform format" and
should be organized, as follows:

1.  Abstract
2.  Introduction/Background
3.  Methods [and Material]
4.  Results
5.  Discussion
6.  References

Hmong Studies-related scholarly articles from all disciplinary backgrounds and
perspectives are welcome. Works considered for submission must not have been
previously published elsewhere. Works consisting primarily of non-original literature
reviews of other works generally are not accepted. Neither are works that consist
primarily of political-oriented commentary. Articles for submission review should be sent
by e-mail attachment to Mark E. Pfeifer, PhD, Editor,

To view all of the articles in the past issues of the Hmong Studies Journal visit:

To view the manuscript review form used by the Hmong Studies Journal's editorial
board to assess articles for publication visit:

The scholarly contents of the Hmong Studies Journal are distributed to hundreds of
academic libraries around the world through content sharing agreements with EBSCO,   
ProQuest, Gale/Cengage and H.W. Wilson databases.

The Hmong Studies Journal 2009 Editorial Board may be viewed at this link