Volume 75, Number 2, December 2015

Table of Contents

In Memoriam

p. 255
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Editorial Preface

p. 257
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About the Cover

p. 259
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Articles

The Music Teacher: The Professionalization of Singing and the Development of Erotic Vocal Style During Late Ming China

pp. 259-297
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The Boy Who Lived: The Transfigurations of Chigo in the Medieval Japanese Short Story Ashibiki

pp. 299-329
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Unearthed Documents and the Question of the Oral versus Written Nature of the Classic of Poetry

pp. 331-375
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On a Han-era Postface (Xu 序) to the Documents

pp. 377-426
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Review Essays

Examining Tonghak: The First Organized Indigenous Religion in Korea

pp. 427-440
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Messengers from the US-Chinese Past

pp. 441-450
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Reviews

On the Margins of Empire: Buraku and Korean Identity in Prewar and Wartime Japan by Jeffrey Paul Bayliss (review)

pp. 451-456
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Public Memory in Early China by K. E. Brashier (review)

pp. 456-460
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Glorify the Empire: Japanese Avant-Garde Propaganda in Manchukuo by Annika A. Culver (review)

pp. 461-466
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Lu Xun’s Revolution: Writing in a Time of Violence by Gloria Davies, and: Literary Remains: Death, Trauma, and Lu Xun’s Refusal to Mourn by Eileen J. Cheng (review)

pp. 467-471
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Drifting among Rivers and Lakes: Southern Song Dynasty Poetry and the Problem of Literary History by Michael A. Fuller (review)

pp. 471-476
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The Politics of Dialogic Imagination: Power and Popular Culture in Early Modern Japan by Katsuya Hirano (review)

pp. 476-480
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From White to Yellow: The Japanese in European Racial Thought, 1300–1735 by Rotem Kowner (review)

pp. 480-486
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The Making of a New Rural Order in South China, Volume I: Village, Land, and Lineage in Huizhou, 900-1600 by Joseph P. McDermott (review)

pp. 486-496
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Living Karma: The Religious Practices of Ouyi Zhixu by Beverley Foulks McGuire (review)

pp. 497-502
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Buddhism, Unitarianism, and the Meiji Competition for Universality by Michel Mohr (review)

pp. 502-506
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A Family of No Prominence: The Descendants of Pak Tŏkhwa and the Birth of Modern Korea by Eugene Y. Park (review)

pp. 506-513
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Lords of the Sea: Pirates, Violence, and Commerce in Late Medieval Japan by Peter D. Shapinsky (review)

pp. 513-519
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Breaking with the Past: The Maritime Customs Service and the Global Origins of Modernity in China by Hans van de Ven (review)

pp. 519-524
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