Asian Ethnology is an open access, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the promotion of research on the peoples and cultures of Asia. It was first published in 1942 at the Catholic University of Peking as Folklore Studies and subsequently at Nanzan University, where from 1963 to 2007 it was known as Asian Folklore Studies.
|Discipline||Asian Studies, Anthropology, Ethnology, Religious Studies|
|Edited by||Benjamin Dorman and Frank J. Korom|
|1942 to present|
Asian Ethnology presents formal essays and analyses, research reports, and critical book reviews relating to a wide range of topical categories, including
- narratives, performances, and other forms of cultural representation
- popular religious concepts
- vernacular approaches to health and healing
- local ecological/environmental knowledge
- collective memory and uses of the past
- cultural transformations in diaspora
- transnational flows
- material culture
- "Asian Ethnology". Nanzan Institute for Religion and Culture. Retrieved 6 February 2012.
- "Folklore Studies - Volume One (cover page)". Folklore Studies. The Catholic University of Peking. 1: i–ii. 1942. JSTOR 3182920.
- "Asian Folklore Studies - publication information". JSTOR. Retrieved 7 February 2012.