restricted access   Volume 77, Number 1, June 2017

Table of Contents

Special Issue: The Tributary System

Editorial Preface

pp. vii-viii
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About the Cover

pp. ix-x
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Special Issue: The Tributary System

Long Live the Tributary System! The Future of Studying East Asian Foreign Relations

pp. 1-20
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Collective Imaginations and International Order: The Contemporary Context of the Chinese Tributary System

pp. 21-45
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Me, Myself, and My Hegemony: The Work of Making the Chinese World Order a Reality

pp. 47-72
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The Tributary System and the Persistence of Late Victorian Knowledge

pp. 73-92
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China is China, Not the Non-West: David Kang, Eurocentrism, and Global Politics

pp. 93-109
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Response: Theory and Empirics in the Study of Historical East Asian International Relations

pp. 111-122
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Afterword: The Chinese World Order as a Language Game—David Kang’s East Asia before the West and Its Commentaries

pp. 123-129
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Review Essays

Recent Contributions to Tang Literary Studies: Networks, Gossip, and Literary History

pp. 131-151
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Struggling with Nature and the State: The Chinese People and the Yellow River

pp. 153-162
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Confucius Murders Squirrels

pp. 163-173
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Book Reviews

The Cambridge History of China, Volume 5, Part 2: Sung China, 960–1279 ed. by John W. Chaffee, Denis Twitchett (review)

pp. 175-183
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A Cultural History of Translation in Early Modern Japan by Rebekah Clements (review)

pp. 184-190
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Prosperity’s Predicament: Identity, Reform, and Resistance in Rural Wartime China by Isabel Brown Crook, Christina Kelley Gilmartin, Yu Xiji (review)

pp. 190-195
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Footbinding and Women’s Labor in Sichuan by Hill Gates, and: Regulating Prostitution in China: Gender and Local Statebuilding, 1900–1937 by Elizabeth J. Remick (review)

pp. 196-206
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Rationalizing Korea: The Rise of the Modern State, 1894–1945 by Kyung Moon Hwang (review)

pp. 207-212
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The Lama Question: Violence, Sovereignty, and Exception in Early Socialist Mongolia by Christopher Kaplonski (review)

pp. 212-218
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Excavating the Afterlife: The Archaeology of Early Chinese Religion by Guolong Lai (review)

pp. 219-226
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Negotiated Power: The State, Elites, and Local Governance in Twelfth- to Fourteenth-Century China by Sukhee Lee (review)

pp. 227-235
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The Chinese Market Economy: 1000–1500 by William Guanglin Liu (review)

pp. 235-241
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The Knowledge of Nature and the Nature of Knowledge in Early Modern Japan by Federico Marcon (review)

pp. 241-245
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The Chaos and Cosmos of Kurosawa Tokiko: One Woman’s Transit from Tokugawa to Meiji Japan by Laura Nenzi (review)

pp. 245-251
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The Undiscovered Country: Text, Translation, and Modernity in the Work of Yanagita Kunio by Melek Ortabasi (review)

pp. 252-258
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Early Modern China and Northeast Asia: Cross-Border Perspectives by Evelyn S. Rawski (review)

pp. 258-264
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The Lyrical in Epic Time: Modern Chinese Intellectuals and Artists Through the 1949 Crisis by David Der-wei Wang (review)

pp. 265-275
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