Asia

Edited by Dominic Sachsenmaier and Projit B. Mukharji

Volume 12 (2014)

Taiwan under Japanese Rule. Showpiece of a Model Colony? Historiographical Tendencies in Narrating Colonialism
Nadin Heé

Japanese Debates on Asia and Asianism: A Conceptual Framework
Simon Avenell

Meitokuki: Spirit Pacification and Political Legitimacy in the Late Medieval Japanese Epic
S. A. Thornton

Space and Emotion: Building to Feel
Margrit Pernau

Repositioning History for the Future ‐ Recent Academic Debates in China
Ines Eben v.Racknitz

Telegraphy and Journalism in Colonial India, c. 1830s to 1900s
Amelia Bonea

The Politics of Knowledge: Or, How to Stop Being Eurocentric
Sanjay Seth

Culture, Class, and Revolution in China’s Turbulent Decade: A Cultural Revolution State of the Field
Denise Y. Ho

Between the State and the People: Civil Society Organizations in Interwar Japan
Ricky Law

The Home and the World: New Directions in the History of the Family in South Asia
Leigh Denault

Consumption and the Making of the Middle‐Class in South Asia
Ray Utsa

The Making of the Indian Constitution: A Case for a Non‐nationalist Approach
Arvind Elangovan

Volume 11 (2013)

Italian Liberal Imperialism in China: A Review of the State of the Field
Uros Urosevic

Occupation, Dignity, and Space: The Rise of Dalit Studies
Ramnarayan S Rawat

War and Peace: War Memories and Museums in Japan
Matthew Allen and Rumi Sakamoto

‘Listen to the Child’: Law, Sex, and the Child Wife in Indian Historiography
Ishita Pande

Chinese Emigration to Australia around 1900: A Re‐examination of Australia’s ‘Great White Walls’
Antony Taylor

Volume 10 (2012)

Rethinking the Origins of ‘Western’ Imperialism in China: Global Constellations and Imperial Policies, 1790–1860
Thoralf Klein

Caste Politics and Partition in South Asian History
Dwaipayan Sen

“Writing History in the Digital Age”: The New Qing History Project and the Digitization of Qing Archives
Liping Mao and Zhao Ma

Male Anger and Female Malice: Emotions in Indo-Muslim Advice Literature
Margrit Pernau

Volume 9 (2011)

Symptoms of Dis-Ease: New Trends in the Histories of ‘Indigenous’ South Asian Medicines
Projit Bihari Mukharji

Histories of Everyday Violence In British India
Jonathan Saha

The ‘Nation’ in Indian Cinema

Sharmistha Gooptu

The Marginal Mutiny: The New Historiography of the Indian Uprising of 1857

Kim A. Wagner

Chinese Movies and History Education: The Case of Zhang Yimou’s ‘To Live’

Amy Mungur

Symptoms of Dis-Ease: New Trends in the Histories of ‘Indigenous’ South Asian Medicines
Projit Bihari Mukharji

Histories of Everyday Violence In British India
Jonathan Saha

The ‘Nation’ in Indian Cinema
Sharmistha Gooptu

The Marginal Mutiny: The New Historiography of the Indian Uprising of 1857
Kim A. Wagner

Chinese Movies and History Education: The Case of Zhang Yimou’s ‘To Live’
Amy Mungur

Volume 8 (2010)

Eastern Bandits or Revolutionary Soldiers? The 1894 Tonghak Uprising in Korean History and Memory
George Kallander

The Rise of World History Studies in Twentieth-Century China
Luo Xu

Rethinking Kashmir’s History from a Borderlands Perspective
Chitralekha Zutshi

Debates on Domesticity and the Position of Women in Late Colonial India
Swapna M. Banerjee

Globalization, Global History and Local Identity in ‘Greater China’
Q. Edward Wang

Women, Gender, and Religion in the Early Americas
Janet Moore Lindman

Book-History Approaches to India: Representations of the Subcontinent in the Novel and Verse, 1780–1823
Ashok Malhotra

Victimhood Nationalism and History Reconciliation in East Asia
Jie-Hyun Lim

Volume 7 (2009)

Jihad on the Frontier: A History of Religious Revolt on the North-West Frontier, 1800–1947
B. D. Hopkins

Defining Prostitution and Redefining Women’s Roles: The Colonial State and Society in Early 19th Century India
Erica Wald

Pseudo History/Weird History: Nationalism and the Internet
Greg Melleuish, Konstantin Sheiko, Stephen Brown

From ‘Sale to Accession Deed’– Scanning the Historiography of Kashmir 1846–1947
Fozia Nazir Lone

Tensions of Colonial Punishment: Perspectives on Recent Developments in the Study of Coercive Networks in Asia, Africa and the Caribbean
Taylor C. Sherman

Education for All: Reassessing the Historiography of Education in Colonial India
Catriona Ellis

Reading the Rural Modern: Literacy and Morality in Republican China
Kate Merkel-Hess

Volume 6 (2008)

The Role of Rumour in History Writing
Anjan Ghosh

Histories of Indian Labour: Predicaments and Possibilities
Chitra Joshi

The Economic Development of Southeast Asia in the Colonial Era: c.1870–1942
Anne Booth

Volume 5 (2007)

The Dark Side of Indigeneity?: Indigenous People, Rights and Development in India
Alpa Shah

Synthesizing Citizenship in Modern China
Robert Culp

The Desired ‘One’: Thinking the Woman in the Nation
Anirban Das, Ritu Sen Chaudhuri

The Paradoxes of Indian Politics
Achin Vanaik

How Crisis Shapes Change: New Perspectives on China’s Political Economy during the Sino-Japanese War, 1937–1945
Morris L. Bian

The Tokugawa Bureaucracy and Urban Crises: A Revival of the Humanist Traditions of China and Japan in Ogyu Sorai’s Political Writings
Yasuko Sato

Historical Anthropology of Modern India
Saurabh Dube

Never Ending Stories: Recent Trends in the Historiography of Jammu and Kashmir
Vernon Hewitt

On the Move: International Migration in Southeast Asia since the 1980s
Amarjit Kaur

Afghanistan Historiography and Pashtun Islam: Modernization Theory’s Afterimage
James M. Caron

Nation, State and the Modern Transformation of Korean Social Structure in the Early Twentieth Century
Kyung Moon Hwang

The Making of a Japanese Avant-Garde in Colonial Dairen, 1924–1937
Annika A. Culver

Liminal ‘Criminals’: Re-thinking Historiographies of, and through, the ‘Thuggee’ Phenomenon
Tom Lloyd

Science and Technology in India: The Digression of Asia and Europe
Aniruddha Bose

Ignoring ‘History from Below’: People’s History in the Historiography of Singapore
Ernest Koh Wee Song

Volume 4 (2006)

A Question of Rites? Perspectives on the Colonial Encounter with Sati
Andrea Major

Slavery and Unfree Labour in the Indian Ocean
Marina Carter

Cinemas of Empire
James Chapman

Water in British India: The Making of a ‘Colonial Hydrology’
Rohan D’Souza

The History of the Indian Princely States: Bringing the Puppets Back onto Centre Stage
Fiona Groenhout

Nationalism in East Asia
Prasenjit Duara

Beyond the “Tilt”: US Initiatives to Dissipate Bangladesh Movement in 1971
Ali Riaz

Volume 3 (2005)

Divided Korea at Sixty
Charles K. Armstrong

China’s Minorities, Cultural Change, and Ethnic Identity
Donald S. Sutton

Afghan Historiography: Classical Study, Conventional Narrative, National Polemic
Robert Nichols

Literary History: The Case of South Asia
Javed Majeed

Migration to Britain from South Asia, 1600s–1850s
Michael H. Fisher

Volume 2 (2004)

Privacy in Modern China
Bonnie S. McDougall

Medieval Japan: Taking the Middle Ages Outside Europe
Tom Keirstead

Globalizing Chinese History
Hans van de Ven

Pakistan: A Contemporary Searchlight
Iftikhar Malik

Women’s Bodies, Women’s Minds: One Way of Rethinking Japanese Women’s History
Anne Walthall

Understanding Marriage Dowry
Rochona Majumdar

A Brief History of Cinema from Bombay to ‘Bollywood’
Kaushik Bhaumik

Asking New Questions about the Partition of the Indian Subcontinent
Yasmin Khan

Famines in (South) Asia
David Hall-Matthews

Expansion and Colonization in Early Modern Chinese History
Joanna Waley-Cohen

Controversies in Sri Lankan History
Alan Strathern

Symptoms of Dis-Ease: New Trends in the Histories of ‘Indigenous’ South Asian Medicines
Projit Bihari Mukharji