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  Volume 5, Number 2, November 2016

Table of Contents

Frontier Tibet: Trade and Boundaries of Authority in Kham

Introduction to “Frontier Tibet: Trade and Boundaries of Authority in Kham”

pp. 209-238
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“To Control Tibet, First Pacify Kham”: Trade Routes and “Official Routes” (Guandao) in Easternmost Kham

pp. 239-263
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Construction Work and Wages at the Dergé Printing House in the Eighteenth Century

pp. 264-290
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Guozhuang Trading Houses and Tibetan Middlemen in Dartsedo, the “Shanghai of Tibet”

pp. 291-349
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Victorianizing Guangxu: Arresting Flows, Minting Coins, and Exerting Authority in Early Twentieth-Century Kham

pp. 350-377
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Tricks of the Trade: Debt and Imposed Sovereignty in Southernmost Kham in the Nineteenth to Twentieth Centuries

pp. 378-407
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Memory Politics at Work in a Gyalrong Revolt in the Early Twentieth Century

pp. 408-439
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Afterword: Why Kham? Why Borderlands? Coordinating New Research Programs for Asia

pp. 440-452
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Mapping Vietnameseness

Introduction to “Mapping Vietnameseness”

pp. 453-459
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From a Reliant Land to a Kingdom in Asia: Premodern Geographic Knowledge and the Emergence of the Geo-Body in Late Imperial Vietnam

pp. 460-496
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Contested Sovereignty: Local Politics and State Power in Territorial Conflicts on the Vietnam-China Border, 1650s–1880s

pp. 497-533
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Vietnam at the Khmer Frontier: Boundary Politics, 1802–1847

pp. 534-564
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