Here you will find articles displayed separately, not gathered into issues, but the material is there. Help with reading books -- Report a bad link -- Suggest a new listing, Home -- Search -- New Listings -- Authors -- Titles -- Subjects -- Serials, Books -- News -- Features -- Archives -- The Inside Story. I’ve also begun editing another list in preparation for cataloguing. Journal of the Malayan Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society web page. For example, if the current year is 2008 and a journal has a 5 year Unfortunately, I don’t have a picture of the volume but it is in a similar style to the early Minute books, one of which is pictured below: Of course, I will not be able to put the catalogue online until I can check the entries against the volume after we have returned to the Society’s premises, but 500 letters means 500 catalogue entries – plenty, alongside my other projects, to keep me busy for a while. 1, No. publisher has elected to have a "zero" moving wall, so their current And post-crisis, there will still be two ways to access the Journal: Thank you to Charlotte for providing this information for the blog post. We have all become subject to new limitations and are also compelled to find new ways to problem solve. This is true for people working in academic publishing as much as it is for people working in other industries and, of course, change continues for those working on the Society’s Journal. The "moving wall" represents the time period between the last issue The Journal. The Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland, 1834-1990 (Vol. This is a record of a major serial archive. The Royal Asiatic Society's Digital Library provides free online access to some of our historic collections, for a worldwide audience. This may avoid repetition of research and enable professional scrutiny and incorporation into best practice to happen speedily. The present-day successor is the Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society. The Editorial Board hope that Fellows will continue to enjoy new articles and reviews as they come out online. Both their parents are still working, my daughter having just returned to work as a senior physiotherapist after recovering from a Covid-like illness (having been contracted before testing we remain unsure whether it was or not). Contact Us. 14 Stephenson Way London NW1 2HD +44 (0)20 7388 4539; info@royalasiaticsociety.org; Map. Even during the First and Second World Wars, the journal maintained its publication. 1 - No. For example medical studies can be published online, in designated repositories, as soon as they are completed. We start this week’s blog post with a message from Charlotte de Blois, Executive and Reviews Editor of our Journal, busy working from her home in Cambridge: The Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society has been published, uninterrupted, for almost 200 years. In signing up, please note that you are also agreeing that we can keep your email and supplied name on our records for purposes of notification. 1, No. Our journals; Search the journals; Royal Society Open Science. This week’s blog post provides an opportunity to briefly summarise some of our 21st century developments. 2), The Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland, Transactions of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland. This then was not maintained and some time later the book was rediscovered and put to use again but to record all correspondence deemed necessary for retention. The Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society has been published, uninterrupted, for almost 200 years. Journal – Restricted Access. Publish with us. The site features archives, manuscripts, artwork, photographs, and more, from a variety of Asian cultures, as well as materials showing some of the ways Europeans have responded to Asia over the centuries. All articles once they are accepted, edited and typeset are displayed on FirstView at Cambridge Core. Open access is a set of principles and practices through which research outputs are distributed online, free of cost, and diminishing other access barriers. This page is maintained for The Online Books Page. This is still available to listen to via Backdoor Broadcasting. Details on how to log in to the read the journal are at this link. (See our criteria for listing serial archives.) Members of the Royal Asiatic Society Hong Kong are sent a copy of each issue of the Journal free. I’ll write more about those in a forthcoming blog as they are worthy of more space. 2) Even during the First and Second World Wars,  the journal maintained its publication. This has been published since 1834 and is produced three times a year. Read the latest posts from the RAS blog . Password. All science: Open access research. Contact 1, PARK STREET, KOLKATA : 700 016 033-2229 0779 / 033-2229 7251 / 033-2249 7250 +91 033 2217 2355 gs.asiatic@gmail.com, theasiaticsociety@gmail.com The Journal, however, stuck to its high standards which attracted hundreds of researchers to the Society. This list consists of over 500 letters which had been copied into a handwritten volume covering the date period from 1823-1861. Peer-reviewed material can also be published through open access. A key part of their strategy is to ensure that the availability of research in those subjects is easily accessible electronically all over the world. Remember Me. It even changed its name from The Royal Asiatic Society (Bombay Branch) to Asiatic Society of Bombay, and then to Asiatic Society of Mumbai. Dr Mak gave a lecture to the Society on the Protestant Bible in 2015. Journal of the Straits Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society was the original name of a society journal for the study of the area around the Malay Peninsula. Journal of the Straits Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society began in 1878, and ran under that name until 1922. It has an international reputation and is published for the Society by Cambridge University Press. Coverage: 1834-1990 (Vol. Over the last two decades there has been a shift in production and editorial procedure from an era defined by paper submissions and mechanical typesetting to one characterised by electronic submission and electronic typesetting. And change is continuing to happen. Since the early 1990s the JRAS has been published in partnership with Cambridge University Press. Journal of the Straits Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society began in 1878, and ran under that name until 1922. Username or Email Address. And while Charlotte is busy working in Cambridge, I am beavering away in Ashford, Kent. Those Fellows who love to have their nose in a book rather than eyes glued to a screen can be reassured that the Press will catch up with print issues, hopefully later this year, when it is feasible to do so. This page has no affiliation with the serial or its publisher. We support open access as part of our commitment to the dissemination of research outputs. Some 10 years ago, the concept of Open access led to new initiatives concerning the monetisation of academic publishing. The articles in this issue concern the influence of the Mandarin Union Version of the Chinese Bible and is guest edited by George Kam Wah Mak. This was prepared by one of our volunteers, Ian Scholey, and my thanks go to him for his dedicated work on various projects with the archive collections. There are of course clear benefits to this, some of which we may well be reaping at the moment. In rare instances, a Note: In calculating the moving wall, the current year is not counted. For the foreseeable future I will have to shift my work hours around, hence the blog at the early part of the week, as for some hours, Weds- Fri, I will be caring for my granddaughters. In 1923 it was replaced by the Journal of the Malayan Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, reflecting a change in the branch name. At the Royal Society we take steps to ensure that researchers without funds are not disenfranchised. The attempts to understand Coronavirus have been aided by this revolution in academic publishing. available in JSTOR and the most recently published issue of a journal. This was an arrangement organised by the late Professor David Morgan, our former editor, and Mr Peter Collin, an active member of the Society who has served on the Publications Committee for many years. All Rights Reserved. The earlier ones, covering 1823-1835, are all concerned with the finances of the Society. It makes me suspect that initially the book was just to cover the finance correspondence. Publishing in the arts and humanities differs in some ways from publishing in the sciences. moving wall, articles from the year 2002 are available. As the journal of a learned society with a learned but diverse fellowship, the JRAS has more readers of its print version than most of its sibling journals in Cambridge University Press’s package. The last few weeks have been extraordinary for everyone. There is then a break in the letters until 1846, after which the correspondence covers a broader spectrum of activities. JSTOR®, the JSTOR logo, JPASS®, Artstor®, Reveal Digital™ and ITHAKA® are registered trademarks of ITHAKA. Cambridge University Press is committed to continuing support for the humanities and social sciences. Moving walls are generally represented in years. These letters are all business correspondence of the Society and so are an important record of its early activities. We would also like to stress that we are still eager to receive good quality submissions through our automated tool ScholarOne. That said, most of us have been adapting to sudden and constant change over several years now and thus we are getting adept at meeting its demands. 1 - No. The last few weeks have been extraordinary for everyone. The Journal for January 2020 is now available and this includes an obituary for Professor David Morgan, expert on the Mongols and, as mentioned above, head of the Journal’s Editorial Board for many years, who died in April 2019. Royal Society Open Science. JSTOR is part of ITHAKA, a not-for-profit organization helping the academic community use digital technologies to preserve the scholarly record and to advance research and teaching in sustainable ways. Lectures and Symposia. issues are available in JSTOR shortly after publication. ©2000-2020 ITHAKA. Last week, during some of my work hours, I completed the catalogue for the Papers of the Gibb Memorial Trust. We have all become subject to new limitations and are also compelled to find new ways to problem solve. In 1923 it was replaced by the Journal of the Malayan Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, reflecting a change in the branch name.