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TOC: Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies, Volume 79, Issues 1&2 (2019)

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Volume 79, Issues 1 and 2 of Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies (HJAS) has been published by Harvard-Yenching Institute! Click here to access the journal.  The table of contents follows:

1. Other Poetry on the An Lushan Rebellion: Notes on Time and Transcendence in Tang Verse
Lucas Rambo Bender, pp. 1-48

2. Found (and Lost?) in Translation: Culture in The Analects
Uffe Bergeton, pp. 49-95

3. Absent Presence: Costuming and Identity in the Qing Drama A Ten-Thousand Li Reunion
Guojun Wang, pp. 97-130

4. The Sound of Learning the Confucian Classics in Chosŏn Korea
Si Nae Park, pp. 131-187

5. Informing the Public in Song China
Patricia Buckley Ebrey, pp. 189-229

6. Recent Chinese Literary Histories in English
Haun Saussy, pp. 231-248

7. Productive Plagues: Epidemics, Public Health, and the Making of Asia’s Modernity
Ruth Rogaski, pp. 249-256

8. Your Place or My Place? A Question from the Margins of the Japanese Empire
Mark Driscoll, pp. 257-264

9. The Gunpowder Age: China, Military Innovation, and the Rise of the West in World History by Tonio Andrade (review)
Edward L. Farmer, pp. 265-268

10. Teika: The Life and Works of a Medieval Japanese Poet by Paul S. Atkins (review)
Terry Kawashima, pp. 269-274

11. Across Forest, Steppe, and Mountain: Environment, Identity, and Empire in Qing China’s Borderlands by David A. Bello, and: A World Trimmed with Fur: Wild Things, Pristine Places, and the Natural Fringes of Qing Rule by Jonathan Schlesinger (review)
Kenneth Pomeranz, pp. 275-285

12. Writing the South Seas: Imagining the Nanyang in Chinese and Southeast Asian Postcolonial Literature by Brian Bernards (review)
Kien Ket Lim, pp. 286-291

13. Translation’s Forgotten History: Russian Literature, Japanese Mediation, and the Formation of Modern Korean Literature by Heekyoung Cho (review)
Kelly Y. Jeong, pp. 292-297

14. Chinese Painting and Its Audiences by Craig Clunas (review)
Robert E. Harrist Jr., pp. 298-306

15. The Gathering of Intentions: A History of a Tibetan Tantra by Jacob P. Dalton (review)
Ronald M. Davidson pp. 306-313

16. Transgressive Typologies: Constructions of Gender and Power in Early Tang China by Rebecca Doran (review)
Man Xu pp. 313-320

17. Empire and the Meaning of Religion in Northeast Asia: Manchuria 1900–1945 by Thomas David DuBois, and: War and Geopolitics in Interwar Manchuria: Zhang Zuolin and the Fengtian Clique during the Northern Expedition by Chi Man Kwong (review)
Norman Smith pp. 321-328

18. Plucking Chrysanthemums: Narushima Ryūhoku and Sinitic Literary Traditions in Modern Japan by Matthew Fraleigh (review)
Seth Jacobowitz pp. 328-335

19. Shinto: A History by Helen Hardacre (review)
Mark Teeuwen pp. 335-344

20. Samurai to Soldier: Remaking Military Service in Nineteenth-Century Japan by D. Colin Jaundrill (review)
Oleg Benesch pp. 344-350

21. The Magic of Concepts: History and the Economic in Twentieth-Century China by Rebecca E. Karl (review)
Stephen A. Smith pp. 350-358

22. Itineraries of Power: Texts and Traversals in Heian and Medieval Japan by Terry Kawashima (review)
Linda H. Chance pp. 358-366

23. The Social Life of Inkstones: Artisans and Scholars in Early Qing China by Dorothy Ko (review)
Craig Clunas pp. 366-374

24. Li Mengyang, the North-South Divide, and Literati Learning in Ming China by Chang Woei Ong (review)
Bruce Rusk pp. 374-378

25. The Poetry of Du Fu trans. by Stephen Owen, ed. by Stephen Owen, Paul W. Kroll, and Ding Xiang Warner (review)
David McCraw pp. 378-385

26. Singapore: Unlikely Power by John Curtis Perry (review)
S. R. Joey Long pp. 386-393

27. Fabricating the Tenjukoku Shūchō Mandara and Prince Shōtoku’s Afterlives by Chari Pradel (review)
Akiko Walley pp. 393-400

28. A Passage to China: Literature, Loyalism, and Colonial Taiwan by Chien-hsin Tsai (review)
Emma J. Teng pp. 400-408

29. Finding Women in the State: A Socialist Feminist Revolution in the People’s Republic of China, 1949–1964 by Zheng Wang (review)
Aminda Smith pp. 408-416

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