Listen to the New Books Network interview with Professor Clara Iwasaki (University of Alberta) about her new book Rethinking the Modern Chinese Canon: Refractions across the Transpacific, and see the book at our #AAS2021 virtual booth!
Listen to the interview with Professor Olga V. Solovieva (University of Chicago) about her new book Japan's Russia: Challenging the East-West Paradigm, coedited with Professor Sho Konishi (University of Oxford) for the New Books Network. And check out the book at our #AAS2021 booth at the Association for Asian Studies, Inc. (AAS) virtual conference!
On #WorldPoetryDay2021, we are delighted to feature this photo of Association for Asian Studies, Inc. (AAS) member Professor Yugen Wang (University of Oregon) with his #newbook Writing Poetry, Surviving War: The Works of Refugee Scholar-Official Chen Yuyi (1090–1139), which is being showcased at our #AAS2021 virtual booth. This book is in the Cambria Sinophone World Series headed… Continue reading #WorldPoetryDay2021 Highlight: Writing Poetry, Surviving War
We are delighted to be a sponsor of #AAS2021. Here's a snippet from our Association for Asian Studies, Inc. (AAS) program ad. Visit our virtual booth to learn more about the new book From Rural China to the Ivy League by Professor Yü Ying-shih (Princeton University), winner of the John W. Kluge Prize for Achievement in the Study… Continue reading #AAS2021 Program Highlight: New Book by Professor Yü Ying-shih
“In her important addition to Hongxue (Redology), I-Hsien Wu guides us to and through various literary sources, illuminating The Stone’s creation process and possibilities of interpretation ... Unlike scholars who analyze the novel through the lens of its autobiographical implications or understand it as an individual work to be attributed to the talent of its historical authors—Cao Xueqin… Continue reading Book Review: Eroticism and Other Literary Conventions in Chinese Literature
We are honored to highlight these outstanding scholars in Asian studies. Watch to learn more about them and their books, which will be featured in our #AAS2021 lineup https://youtu.be/dokptKtsdVM #InternationalWomenDay #IWD2021. https://videopress.com/v/9KR8iVBP?posterUrl=https%3A%2F%2Fcambriapressblog.com%2Fwp-content%2Fuploads%2F2021%2F03%2FAsian-Studies-Women-Scholars.jpg&preloadContent=metadata Outstanding Scholars in Asian Studies
Cambria Press is proud to be a sponsor for the #AAS2021 conference. Here are a few of the new books that we will be showcasing: #AAS2021 Book Highlights from Cambria Press Mo Yan Speaks: Lectures and Speeches by the Nobel Laureate from China by Mo Yan (translated by Shiyan Xu; foreword by Jonathan Stalling) “To… Continue reading #AAS2021 Highlights
Welcome to our AAS 2020 virtual book exhibit! Below are the new titles that would have been released at the AAS conference. These were also featured on the outside back cover of the AAS 2020 conference program. Save 30% on the print edition of all titles if you order directly from the Cambria Press website… Continue reading AAS 2020 Virtual Book Exhibit
What took place on the evening of March 24, 2018, in Washington, DC, was one of the most unforgettable events in AAS history, and probably any academic conference. The evening began with short speeches about new books by Shen Jiawei and Mabel Lee, Albert Welter, Jonathan Stalling, Megan M. Ferry, Christopher Rea, Liu Jianmei (and Mabel Lee),… Continue reading Haun Saussy Presents Victor Mair with Surprise Festschrift at Cambria Press AAS 2018 Reception
Cambria Press author Dr. Carolyn T. Brown, retired Director of the Office of Scholarly Programs and the John W. Kluge Center of the Library of Congress, gave a speech about her book, Reading Lu Xun Through Carl Jung, at the Cambria Press reception at the AAS 2018 conference in Washington, DC. Watch Dr. Carolyn Brown’s… Continue reading Cambria Press Author Carolyn T. Brown – Speech at AAS 2018 Reception