Bibliographic update January 2016: All

Ming Studies

RECENT CHINESE BOOKS IN MING STUDIES
Xie Yang, vol. 2015 (72): 80-81

Monumenta Serica: Journal of Oriental Studies

THE FIGURE OF YAN ZHUOJU 顏涿聚 IN ANCIENT CHINESE LITERATURE
Oliver Weingarten, vol. 63 (2): 229-261
THE OVERSEEING MOTHER: REVISITING THE FRONTAL-POSE LADY IN THE WU FAMILY SHRINES IN SECOND-CENTURY CHINA
Shi Jie, vol. 63 (2): 263-293
THE REVIVAL OF ZHIGUAI 志怪 STORYWRITING IN THE QING DYNASTY: IN SEARCH FOR ITS REASONS
Sheng Yang 盛洋, vol. 63 (2): 295-326
ANGELO ZOTTOLI'S CURSUS LITTERATURÆ SINICÆ AS PROPAEDEUTIC TO CHINESE CLASSICAL TRADITION
Nicholas Morrow Williams, vol. 63 (2): 327-359
JEAN-FRANÇOIS FOUCQUET'S CONTRIBUTION TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF CHINESE BOOK COLLECTIONS IN EUROPEAN LIBRARIES
Nicolas Standaert, vol. 63 (2): 361-424
UNTERWEGS ZU EINER GELUNGENEN POPULARISIERUNG SINOLOGISCHEN WISSENS: DIE DAME MIT DER PHöNIXKRONE: TANG-ZEITLICHE GRABFUNDE DER ADELIGEN LI CHUI (711–736)
Silvia Freiin Ebner von Eschenbach, vol. 63 (2): 425-439
Ironies of Oneness and Difference: Coherence in Early Chinese Thought. Prolegomena to the Study of li 理
Hans van Ess, vol. 63 (2): 441-446
Moral Cultivation and Confucian Character: Engaging Joel J. Kupperman
Lin Hang, vol. 63 (2): 446-449
Public Memory in Early China
Hans van Ess, vol. 63 (2): 449-451
The Destruction of the Medieval Chinese Aristocracy
Linda Walton, vol. 63 (2): 451-453
Kaiserliches Theater – Theater ohne Kaiser? Die Gründung der Han-Dynastie in zaju-Stücken der Ming-Dynastie
Roland Altenburger, vol. 63 (2): 453-457
The Poet Zheng Zhen (1806–1864) and the Rise of Chinese Modernity
Goat Koei Lang-Tan, vol. 63 (2): 457-461
Science and Technology in Modern China, 1880s–1940s
Joan Judge, vol. 63 (2): 461-466
China, Christianity, and the Question of Culture
Zbigniew Wesołowski, vol. 63 (2): 466-468
PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED
vol. 63 (2): 469-471

National Identities

Colonialism without colonies: examining blank spaces in colonial studies
vol. 18 (1): 1-9
‘The Danes don't get this’: the economic crash and Icelandic postcolonial engagements
vol. 18 (1): 35-51
Aviation skills, manly adventures and imperial tears: the Dhaulagiri expedition and Switzerland's techno-colonialism
vol. 18 (1): 53-69
Between empire and colony: American imperialism and Pan-African colonialism in Liberia, 1810–2003
vol. 18 (1): 71-88
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