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  Volume 73, Number 2, December 2013

Table of Contents


The Junghar Mongol Legacy and the Language of Loyalty in Qing Xinjiang

pp. 231-258

Legacy of Success: Office Purchase and State-Elite Relations in Qing China

pp. 259-297

Inscribing and Ascribing Merit: Buddhist Vows and the Hōryūji Shaka Triad

pp. 299-337


Critics and Commentators: The Book of Poems as Classic and Literature by Bruce Rusk (review)

pp. 339-348

Two-Timing Modernity: Homosocial Narrative in Modern Japanese Fiction by J. Keith Vincent (review)

pp. 348-353

An Anatomy of Chinese: Rhythm, Metaphor, Politics by Perry Link (review)

pp. 354-360

“Dividing the Realm in Order to Govern”: The Spatial Organization of the Song State (960–1276 CE) by Ruth Mostern (review)

pp. 361-377

Sanctity and Self-inflicted Violence in Chinese Religions, 1500–1700 by Jimmy Yu (review)

pp. 378-382

Grounds of Judgment: Extraterritoriality and Imperial Power in Nineteenth-Century China and Japan by Pär Kristoffer Cassel (review)

pp. 382-392

Picturing the True Form: Daoist Visual Culture in Traditional China by Shih–Shan Susan Huang (review)

pp. 392-395

A History of Japanese Political Thought, 1600–1901 by Watanabe Hiroshi (review)

pp. 396-403

In a Sea of Bitterness: Refugees during the Sino-Japanese War by R. Keith Schoppa (review)

pp. 403-408

After Empire: The Conceptual Transformation of the Chinese State, 1885–1924 by Peter Zarrow (review)

pp. 408-413

Opera and the City: The Politics of Culture in Beijing, 1770–1900 by Andrea S. Goldman (review)

pp. 414-422

Sui-Tang China and Its Turko-Mongol Neighbors: Culture, Power, and Connections, 580–800 by Jonathan Karam Skaff (review)

pp. 423-429

The Pursuit of Harmony: Poetry and Power in Early Heian Japan by Gustav Heldt (review)

pp. 429-439

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