Tag: Journal of Asian Studies

Book Review: Eroticism and Other Literary Conventions in Chinese Literature

“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 (1715–63) and Gao E (1738–1815),...

Cambria Press Book Review! Confucian Prophet “an engaging piece of scholarship”

Cambria Press congratulates David Schneider on the excellent review of his book, Confucian Prophet: Political Thought In Du Fu’s Poetry (752–757) , in the Journal of Asian Studies, which praises the book for being “an engaging piece of scholarship,” which “raises thought-provoking questions while demonstrating solid command of relevant texts.” Regarding the objective to “establish that Du was troubled by...

ISA 2013 Book Highlights: Rave Reviews for Cambria Press Titles!

The following titles by Cambria Press in international studies are being highlighted for the 2013 International Studies Association (ISA) annual conference in San Francisco (click on links for more details): The Political and Economic Sustainability of Health Care in Canada: Private-Sector Involvement in the Federal Provincial Health Care System by Howard A. Palley, Marie-Pascale Pomey, and Owen B. Adams (“A...

AAS 2013 Book Highlights: Outstanding Reviews for Cambria Press Titles!

In addition to the titles in the Cambria Sinophone World Series, the following titles in Asian Studies are being highlighted for the 2013 Asian Studies Association (AAS) annual conference in San Diego (click on links for more details): Sacred Display: Divine and Magical Female Figures of Eurasia by Miriam Robbins Dexter and Victor H. Mair (Winner of the the Sarasvati...

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