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Founded in 1938 and published semiannually by Sophia University, Monumenta Nipponica is one of the oldest English-language academic journals in the field of Asian studies. As a peer-reviewed international forum for researchers across the globe, it carries original scholarly contributions on premodern and modern history, literature, art history, religion, and thought; translations of important Japanese literary and historical sources; and authoritative reviews of recent books on Japan.
published bySophia University
viewing issueVolume 72, Number 2, 2017
Table of Contents
- Pan-Asian Sports and the Emergence of Modern Asia, 1913–1974 by Stefan Huebner, and: Japanese Pan-Asianism and the Philippines from the Late Nineteenth Century to the End of World War II: Going to the Philippines Is Like Coming Home? by Sven Matthiessen, and: Asianisms: Regionalist Interactions and Asian Integration eds. by Marc Frey and Nicola Spakowski (review)
- pp. 325-331
- DOI: 10.1353/mni.2017.0037
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