restricted access   Volume 76, Numbers 1 & 2, 2016

Table of Contents

About the Cover

p. ix
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Editorial Preface

pp. vii-viii
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In Memoriam

p. v
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Articles

Homosocial Mentorship and the Serviceable Female Corpse: Manhood Rituals in The Tale of Genji

pp. 1-41
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Precious Bodies: Money Transformation Stories from Medieval to Late Imperial China

pp. 43-85
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Analyzing Printing Trends in Late Imperial China Using Large Bibliometric Datasets

pp. 87-133
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China's Gate to the Indian Ocean: Iranian and Arab Long-Distance Traders

pp. 135-179
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Review Essays

Buddhism, Bodies, Medicine, and Spellcraft

pp. 181-195
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Agitation or Deep Focus?: Early Chinese Film History and Theory

pp. 197-207
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Book Reviews

Great Qing: Painting in China, 1644–1911 by Claudia Brown, and: Imperial Illusions: Crossing Pictorial Boundaries in the Qing Palaces by Kristina Kleutghen (review)

pp. 209-221
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Writing, Publishing, and Reading Local Gazetteers in Imperial China, 1100–1700 by Joseph R. Dennis (review)

pp. 222-227
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Rise of a Japanese Chinatown: Yokohama, 1894–1972 by Eric C. Han (review)

pp. 228-231
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Government by Mourning: Death and Political Integration in Japan, 1603–1912 by Atsuko Hirai (review)

pp. 231-236
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Sound Rising from the Paper: Nineteenth-Century Martial Arts Fiction and the Chinese Acoustic Imagination by Paize Keulemans (review)

pp. 237-249
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The Han: China's Diverse Majority by Agnieszka Joniak-Lüthi (review)

pp. 249-253
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The Stranger and the Chinese Moral Imagination by Haiyan Lee (review)

pp. 253-260
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The "Greatest Problem": Religion and State Formation in Meiji Japan by Trent E. Maxey (review)

pp. 260-265
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The Proletarian Wave: Literature and Leftist Culture in Colonial Korea 1910–1945 by Sunyoung Park (review)

pp. 266-269
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Modernity with a Cold War Face: Reimagining the Nation in Chinese Literature across the 1949 Divide by Xiaojue Wang (review)

pp. 269-277
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