EASAS and SAMAJ – the South Asia Multidisciplinary Academic Journal – work together in publishing a SAMAJ-EASAS special issue once a year. Special issues emerge from panels held at the European Conferences on South Asian Studies and undergo a rigorous peer-review process. SAMAJ receives institutional support from the Centre d'Études de l'Inde et de l'Asie du Sud (CEIAS).


Seven SAMAJ-EASAS special issues have appeared so far:


Delhi's Margins (SAMAJ-EASAS special issue 1, 2013)


Imagining Bangladesh: Contested Narratives (SAMAJ-EASAS special issue 2, 2014)


Contemporary Lucknow: Life with 'Too Much History' (SAMAJ-EASAS special issue 3, 2015)


Land, Development and Security in South Asia (SAMAJ-EASAS special issue 4, 2016)


Changing Family Realities in South Asia? (SAMAJ-EASAS special issue 5, 2017)

Wayside Shrines: Everyday Religion in Urban India (SAMAJ-EASAS special issue 6, 2018)


Who Speaks for the Village? Representing and Practicing the “Rural” in India from the Colonial to the Post-Colonial (SAMAJ-EASAS special issue 7, 2019)


SAMAJ's guidelines for authors can be found here.