Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies
- HE BIAN on eighteenth-century Chinese pharmacopeia
- MATTHEW STAVROS on monuments and mandalas in medieval Kyoto
- MÅRTEN SÖDERBLOM SAARELA on Qing lexicography in Korea and Japan
- JOHN WHITTIER TREAT with an Arendtian view of Nanjing and Hiroshima
- MORGAN PITELKA on seduction in early modern Japanese art
- ELLEN WIDMER on gender and the public sphere in modernizing East Asia
- T. GRIFFITH FOULK on rehabilitating two neglected Chan Buddhist masters
14 Book Reviews
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About HJAS: Founded in 1936 under the auspices of the Harvard-Yenching Institute, the Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies (HJAS) has without interruption pursued its mission to disseminate original, outstanding research and book reviews on the humanities in Asia, focusing at present on the areas of China, Japan, Korea, and Inner Asia.
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