Journal Submissions Wanted

Hmong Studies Journal, a peer-reviewed internet-based academic publication devoted to the scholarly discussion of Hmong history, culture, people and facets of the Hmong experience in the U.S., Asia, and around the world, invites submissions for volume 7, its 2006 issue. Deadline is May 31, 2006. Submission guidelines and instructions can be found at: Contact Dr. Mark Pfeifer, for questions.

Mong Journal, an electronically refereed journal published by the Mong Federation, Inc., is looking for research papers for their next issue. Published semi-annually in June and December the journal publishes recent research studies concerning the language, culture, education, health and social, economic, and political status of the Mong people. The deadlines for submission are April 30 and October 31, respectively. Guidelines for manuscripts are available at For more information contact Yer J. Thao, Ph.D., Graduate School of Education, Portland State University; (503) 725-8267;

Paj Ntaub Voice, the premier Hmong literary arts journal celebrating 12 years of publication, is seeking submissions for its Fall 2006 issue. The theme is “Sacrifice,” which can have a plurality of meanings, e.g., sacrifice as atonement, sacrifices people make for others, sacrifices soldiers make for the country, and cultural sacrifices made in the processes of adaptation, acculturation and assimilation, as well as those of cultural retention, preservation and recovery. The deadline is June 15, 2006, 5:00 PM. More information and submission form can be found at Contact Ms. Mai Neng Moua, if you have questions.