Bloomsbury Academic has recently published a new book titled Portraits of Confucius: The Reception of Confucianism from 1560 to 1960, edited by Kevin DeLapp. This is a 2-volume book that presents a major collection of Western perspectives on Confucius and Confucianism, stretching from the sixteenth century to the early twentieth century; the full Table of Contents is here. If you’d like to order this (expensive, if impressive) collection, you can order direct from here and if you use the code GLR 9VS you will receive a 20% discount.
It would be great if academic books were not so extortionately priced: defeats the whole ethic of disseminating the message to the ordinary folk and not only the initiated to benefit from the wisdom contained therein. Make the price affordable and you would make the money on quantty sold. Just a silly thought for publishers to reflect on? 🙂