NYCAS 2019 Panel Chairs – Megan Ferry and Nicholas Kaldis

Two Cambria Press authors--Professor Megan Ferry and Professor Nicholas Kaldis--will be at the 2019 New York Conference on Asian Studies (NYCAS) at SUNY New Paltz.  Professor Megan Ferry (Union College), author of Chinese Women Writers and Modern Print Culture will be chairing the panel "Between State And Populace, Chasing The China Dream" at the 2019 NYCAS conference on… Continue reading NYCAS 2019 Panel Chairs – Megan Ferry and Nicholas Kaldis

Cambria Press Author Carolyn T. Brown Speaks at the Library of Congress

Dr. Carolyn T. Brown, former director of the John W. Kluge Center at the Library of Congress, recently gave a talk about her latest book Reading Lu Xun Through Carl Jung (Cambria Press, 2018) at the Library of Congress. Below are excerpts of her speech and here is the link to the video of the… Continue reading Cambria Press Author Carolyn T. Brown Speaks at the Library of Congress

Author Interview with Carolyn T. Brown on Reading Lu Xun Through Carl Jung

The following is an interview with Dr. Carolyn T. Brown, author of the new book Reading Lu Xun Through Carl Jung, which is part of the Cambria Sinophone World Series, headed by Victor Mair (University of Pennsylvania).   Why did you decide to write this book? Carolyn T. Brown: The seeds of this book lie… Continue reading Author Interview with Carolyn T. Brown on Reading Lu Xun Through Carl Jung

The History Makers: Gao Xingjian, Ding Ling, Chu T’ien-wen, Lu Xun, Zhang Yimou, Xie Bingying, Hou Hsiao-hsien, and Shen Jiawei

From left to right, top to bottom: Gao Xingjian, Ding Ling, Wen Yuan-ning, Chu T’ien-wen, Lu Xun, Zhang Yimou, Xie Bingying, Hou Hsiao-hsien, and Shen Jiawei. Below are the books on (and in some cases by) the works of these individuals. Gao Xingjian See Gao Xingjian's eponymous book, Gao Xingjian: Aesthetics and Creation, translated by Mabel Lee. See Gao Xingjian and Transmedia Aesthetics, edited… Continue reading The History Makers: Gao Xingjian, Ding Ling, Chu T’ien-wen, Lu Xun, Zhang Yimou, Xie Bingying, Hou Hsiao-hsien, and Shen Jiawei

Cambria Press Author Carolyn T. Brown – Speech at 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

Cambria Press Publication Review: The Chinese Prose Poem

Congratulations to to Dr. Nicholas A. Kaldis, Associate Professor of Asian and Asian American Studies at SUNY Binghamton, on another excellent review of his book, The Chinese Prose Poem: A Study of Lu Xun's Wild Grass (Yecao), in the journal Frontiers of Literary Studies in China. The book review notes that "The Chinese Prose Poem… Continue reading Cambria Press Publication Review: The Chinese Prose Poem

Cambria Press Book Review: CLEAR lauds The Chinese Prose Poem: A Study of Lu Xun’s Wild Grass (Yecao)

Cambria Press congratulates Nicholas A. Kaldis on the glowing review of his book, The Chinese Prose Poem: A Study of Lu Xun's Wild Grass (Yecao), in the journal CLEAR (Chinese Literature: Essays, Articles, Reviews). Kaldis's book was reviewed by the distinguished scholar Jon Eugene von Kowallis, who praised the book, stating that it is "a comprehensive, well-balanced study" and… Continue reading Cambria Press Book Review: CLEAR lauds The Chinese Prose Poem: A Study of Lu Xun’s Wild Grass (Yecao)

MCLC: “The Chinese Prose Poem’s bibliography, a feat of compilation stands as a scholarly resource in and of itself.” -> Read the Outstanding Book Review

Cambria Press congratulates Professor Nicholas A. Kaldis (Binghamton University (SUNY)) on the outstanding review of his book The Chinese Prose Poem: A Study of Lu Xun's Wild Grass (Yecao) in the journal MCLC, which states that “the book’s substantial sixty-page bibliography [is] a feat of compilation that stands as a scholarly resource in and of itself. Clearly,… Continue reading MCLC: “The Chinese Prose Poem’s bibliography, a feat of compilation stands as a scholarly resource in and of itself.” -> Read the Outstanding Book Review

Victor Mair and other Cambria Press authors speak at the AAS 2014 conference book launch session

Another major reason why the AAS 2014 conference was such a huge success for Cambria Press was the book launch session for our authors. The room was filled with scholars across many disciplines in Asian studies who came to hear the following authors speak about their new books (click on author's name to watch their… Continue reading Victor Mair and other Cambria Press authors speak at the AAS 2014 conference book launch session

Cambria Press Asian Studies Catalog – Pick it up at AAS 2014!

Check out the 2014 Asian studies catalog to preview some of the titles that Cambria Press will be showcasing at the AAS annual conference in Philadelphia! See also the outside back cover of the 2014 AAS program and download the the Asian studies book list with the discount code (ends May 4th). Visit the Cambria Press booth #302 (right… Continue reading Cambria Press Asian Studies Catalog – Pick it up at AAS 2014!