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(M)othering the empire?: A literary study of motherhood in imperial Japan
A study of group compositions in early Tang China (618--713)
Rewriting Manchukuo: The question of Japanese literary colonialism and Chinese collaboration
The Shanghai Museum Zhouyi manuscript and the Warring States writing system
The politics of writing: Tenko and the crisis of representation
A reception history of the "Man'yoshu"
Xie Yan: Master of the early Tang fu
The brocade of words: Imitation poetry and poetics in the Six Dynasties
Harbinger of sequestered intent: Language theory and the author in traditional Chinese discourse
The Fractured Voice: The Works of Miyazawa Kenji
Embodied Geographies of Han Dynasty China: Yang Xiong and his Reception
Zhang Heng, Eastern Han Polymath, His Life and Works
The particle ye and related constructions in the Guodian manuscripts of IV century BCE
Emerging Crimewallahs: Modern Developments in South Asian Crime Fiction
Poems Contextualized: Occasional Verse at the Court of the Tang Emperor Zhongzong (r. 705--710)
From Bewitching Beauty to Effete King: Transgendering of King Peony in Medieval Chinese and Korean Literature
Wei-Jin Sacrificial Ballets: Reform versus Conservation
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