MAPPING CHINA JOURNAL
A peer-reviewed Journal on Contemporary China
ABOUT THE JOURNAL
The Mapping China Journal (MCJ) is a double-blind per-reviewed journal publishing the work of students and early career researchers who analyse contemporary China from a social science perspective.
In December 2017, the inaugural issue of MCJ was published focusing on integration processes and challenges linked to Chinese engagement in three regions of the world: Asia-Pacific, Africa, and the EU. The second issue of the MCJ was published December 2018 and explores China’s domestic politics in the era of Xi Jinping. The numerous submissions to this project reflect the eagerness of a new generation of young China scholars to participate in the dynamic discourse on contemporary China.