Routledge Sponsors ACCS2021

Routledge is delighted to be sponsoring this year’s ACCS 2021 conference and are looking forward to exhibiting virtually. Although we can’t be there in person, we welcome the opportunity to make new connections, catch-up with our publishing partners, and discover how researchers will engage with the theme.
Routledge has a fantastic range of high quality academic and practice-focused books and journals in the field of Cultural Studies. Check out some of the titles below and order your books online to get your conference discount now!

And, click here for a broader look at all the Cultural Studies books. Remember to use your conference discount code (FGX07) to get 20% off your purchases!
Colleagues from both our books and journals departments will be on hand to speak with attendees. We welcome submissions for book proposals and look forward to hearing from you. If you would like to submit a book proposal, please contact Simon Bates (

If you would like to hear about our portfolio of Cultural Studies journals or have any questions about the process of getting published in a journal, then we would encourage you to contact Gloria Ting (

Featured Content

Click below to enjoy FREE ACCESS articles until June 30, 2021.

(Re)mediating ‘blackness’ in Hong Kong Chinese medium newspapers: representations of African cultures in relation to Hong KongShun Chow-Quesada & Facil TesfayeAsian Ethnicity
‘Chinese privilege’ as shortcut in Singapore: a rejoinderDaniel P. S. Goh & Terence ChongAsian Ethnicity
Asia and the Saudi-Iranian “Cold War”: The Desirability of Non-Alignment, the Prospects for Détente, and the Chances of an Asian Peace InitiativePhilip Gater-SmithAsian Journal of Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies
Beyond national identity: Kuo Pao Kun’s contemporary theatre and an open cultureBy C.J.W. L. WeeInter-Asia Cultural Studies
Beyond postmodernism: a non-western perspective on identityJing YinJournal of Multicultural Discourses
Changes in Chinese legal narratives about religious affairs in XinjiangMartin LavičkaAsian Ethnicity
Managing the COVID-19 pandemic crisis and changing welfare regimesKa Ho Mok, Yeun-Wen Ku & Tauchid Komara Yuda,Journal of Asian Public Policy
New Perspectives in the Comparative Study of East Asian CultureLiu Xiaofeng & Komine KazuakiSocial Sciences in China
Politics of youth survival in times of crisisAnnisa R. BetaInter-Asia Cultural Studies
The “Absence” of Asian Regional Economic Integration and the Development Orientation of the Belt and RoadLi XiangyangSocial Sciences in China
The 2019–2020 Hong Kong protests and the everydayLee Chun FungInter-Asia Cultural Studies
The ASEAN Economic Community and ASEAN economic integrationKoichi IshikawaJournal of Contemporary East Asia Studies
The cultural dimensions of the coronavirus crisis: soft powerHamid MowlanaJournal of Multicultural Discourses
The evolution of policy experimentation in ChinaJessica C. Teets & Reza HasmathJournal of Asian Public Policy
The Middle East in China-Japan Relations: Shared Interests, Competition, and Rivalry SpilloverYoram EvronAsian Journal of Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies
West Asia in the Post-Pandemic World Order: Shaping the RIC (Russia-India-China) as an Instrument for Regional PeaceTalmiz AhmadAsian Journal of Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies

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