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Cover of HJAS Volume 77 Issue 1

June 2017

Special Issue on the Tributary System:
SAEYOUNG PARK on the IR turn in premodern history
HENDRIK SPRUYT on culture, hegemony, and the limits of political science
SAEYOUNG PARK on an East Asian alternative to Westphalian IR
JOSHUA VAN LIEU on the tribute system and 19th century China-watching
SANKARAN KRISHNA on the insidiousness of Eurocentrism
With a response by DAVID KANG and an afterword by PRASENJIT DUARA

review essays:
JACK CHEN on new approaches to Tang literature
PETER PERDUE on the Yellow River in Chinese history
PERRY LINK on Confucius Institutes

HJAS Vol 76
1 & 2

June–December 2016

research articles:
REGINALD JACKSON on homosocial male relationships in the Tale of Genji
ARIEL FOX on the embodiment of money in Chinese literature
PAUL VIERTHALER with a digital-humanities approach to Chinese book history
ANGELA SCHOTTENHAMMER on Iranian & Arab merchants in Tang maritime commerce

review essays:
JAMES A. BENN on medicine and spells in Tibetan and Chinese Buddhism
SHELDON H. LU on Republican-era Chinese cinema

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December 2015

research articles:
PENG XU on professional singing teachers during the late Ming
SACHI SCHMIDT-HORI on gender construction in medieval Japanese acolyte tales
EDWARD L. SHAUGHNESSY on the Classic of Poetry and the limits of orality
RUYUE HE and MICHAEL NYLAN on the origins of the postface to the Documents

review essays:
DONALD L. BAKER on Tonghak and Korean religious movements
ELENA BARABANTSEVA on US-Chinese historical migrations & identities

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June 2015

research articles:
ANDREW HUI on Buddhist allegory in the perplexing ending of Journey to the West
OLIVER WEINGARTEN on the social role of disciples in early Chinese texts
CHARLES HARTMAN and CHO-YING LI on literati resistance during the Song

Cover of HJAS Volume 74 Issue 2

December 2014

research articles:
SOOKJA CHO on the transmission and transformation of a Chinese love story in Korea
RICHARD VON GLAHN on Sino-Japanese maritime trade during the Song & Yuan
DAVID SPAFFORD on the flexibility of the late medieval Japanese house (ie)

Cover of HJAS Volume 74 Issue 1

June 2014

research articles:
XIAOQIAO LING on seventeenth-century Chinese literary representations of law
ROBERT TUCK on changing narratives of Sino-Japanese literary history

Cover of HJAS Volume 73 Issue 2

December 2013

research articles:
DAVID BROPHY on the role of Muslims in Qing-ruled Xinjiang
LAWRENCE ZHANG on the effects of purchasing offices on the Qing bureaucracy
AKIKO WALLEY on Japanese Buddhist statue inscriptions

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June 2013

research articles:
HEATHER BLAIR on the role of ritual in early medieval Japanese politics
SUKHEE LEE on the complex relations of local elites and the Southern Song state

review essay:
David McMullen on literary textual production during the Tang

Cover of HJAS Volume 72 Issue 2

December 2012

research articles:
JIE SHI on changing views of the afterlife in early medieval China
JEFFREY MOSER with a new view of collecting antiquities during the Song
WAI-YEE LI on the representation of gardens in late imperial Chinese literature
GLYNNE WALLEY on the construction of gender and morality in a Tokugawa popular novel

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June 2012

research articles:
HANSUN HSIUNG on bookkeeping in the thought of Meiji-era reformers
CHARLOTTE EUBANKS on Buddhist oratory and desire in medieval Japan
BEVERLY BOSSLER on the emergence of Tang courtesan culture
YOUNG-JUN LEE on the language of liminality in modern Korean poetry