Central Asian Survey is the only established peer reviewed, multi-disciplinary journal in the world concerned with the history, politics, cultures, religions, and economies of the Central Asian and Caucasian regions. Original articles, review essays, and book reviews published in CAS reflect advances made by social sciences and humanities scholars who ground their research in: the former-Soviet republics of Central Asia, the North Caucasus, and the South Caucasus; Chinese Xinjiang, Mongolia, Afghanistan, Iran, and Turkey, as relate to Central Asia. The journal spotlights work that illuminates the processes of local and regional change which make Central Asia and the Caucasus areas of great interest in both pre-modern and contemporary contexts.
CESS seeks to support the publication of peer-reviewed work which will elevate scholarship in our field. In this spirit, CESS members receive an 86%-off discount on a CAS subscription, reducing the rate to just $40/ year. We encourage our members– particularly those based in or from Central Eurasia– to submit strong and well-polished articles or book reviews to CAS. CAS is the chosen journal for the publication of CESS’ annual Graduate Student Paper Award winners.
Taylor & Francis is the publisher of CAS; please visit its site to view the most recent issue’s contents, submission guidelines, and historical volumes. A full list of the journal’s boards may be viewed there as well.
CESS members representing the Society and the interests of other CESS members in the journal’s editorial process include:
CESS representatives on the International Advisory Board
Laura Adams // Harvard University
John Heathershaw // University of Exeter
CESS representatives on the Editorial Board
Adeeb Khalid // Carleton College
Book Review Editor
Marianne Kamp // Indiana University
to volunteer to review books– especially those published in languages other than English– contact Dr. Kamp