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CEAS and CUP Announce New Publishing Collaboration

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The Cornell East Asia Series (CEAS) and Cornell University Press are proud to announce an exciting new collaboration publishing outstanding and award-winning scholarly titles on subjects relative to the cultures of East Asia, including history, culture and society, and translations of literary works. CEAS Publications will maintain their distinct and prestigious profile while becoming an imprint of the CUP publishing program.

“This is an exciting time for Cornell presses,” says CEAS managing editor Mai Shaikhanuar-Cota. “The mission of Cornell East Asia Series has always been to provide an outlet for specialized research and scholarship. In recent years CEAS has been experiencing a steady increase in the number of titles published and manuscripts received; our visibility continues to expand as our authors diligently win awards and prizes. The merger with Cornell University Press is the natural move to support this growth. We are excited about the timeliness of this opportunity to join the prestigious Cornell Press and we look forward to continue providing quality publications.”

Founded in 1973 and now in its forty-sixth year, CEAS is a flagship project of the East Asia Program. Known for its extensive listings in Japanese philosophy, Korean literature, Japanese theater studies, Chinese philology, and works in translation, CEAS has now close to two hundred titles available in print and in digital form.

As a distinguished academic publisher, Cornell University Press will offer CEAS authors and readers a greater platform and bring CEAS’s quality scholarship and unique research into conversation with a great variety of fields and disciplines.

“This collaboration, which brings together CEAS’s distinguished list of scholarly works and translations of poetry and fiction with Cornell UP’s innovative approaches to publishing, will lead to new and exciting opportunities for both organizations,” says Cornell University Press editor in chief Mahinder Kingra.

CEAS Publications and Cornell University Press welcome your manuscript submissions. Please contact Mai Shaikhanuar-Cota at ceas@cornell.edu.

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Learn more about this exciting collaboration in the Cornell Chronicle.

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