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EurAmerica Introduction
About EurAmerica
About the Journal
EurAmerica is published four times a year – in March, June, September and December - by the Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan. Academia Sinica, the “national academy of sciences” of Taiwan, has a history of over eighty years in promoting and undertaking scholarly research in the sciences and humanities. The Institute of European and American Studies, founded in 1974, is the home of a multidisciplinary team of researchers studying societies of Europe and the United States.
EurAmerica, an international peer-reviewed journal, publishes high quality empirical and multidisciplinary research on Europe and the United States, including literature, philosophy, history, sociology, political science, and legal studies. EurAmerica aims to establish a dialogue between scholars of different disciplinary backgrounds, with a goal to advance our knowledge of societies of Europe and the United States.
Abstracting and Indexing Services
EurAmerica is covered by the following abstracting and indexing services:
♦Academic OneFile
♦Airiti Library 
♦America: History and Life 
♦AsiaWorld Academic Research Database
♦Historical Abstracts 
♦Hyread Journal 
♦International Bibliography of Periodical Literature in the Humanities and Social Sciences (IBZ) 
♦International Political Science Abstracts (IPSA) 
♦MLA International Bibliography 
♦Periodicals Index Online 
♦Political Science Complete 
♦Sociological Abstracts (SOCA) 
♦Taiwan Journals Search
♦Worldwide Political Science Abstracts
In addition, over 500 institutes/libraries in 28 countries include EurAmerica in their collection.
Contact EurAmerica
For further details about the journal, including online index, archive, and instructions for authors, please visit our website at To submit an electronic copy of the manuscript in MS word or address any inquiries, please email the Editor in Chief at