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New release

Interested in political and social movements?

Explore our newest books on the push for democracy in South Korea after 1945 and on the recent popular protests in Taiwan and Hong Kong.

All (full catalog)

Toward Democracy
South Korean Culture and Society, 1945–1980 (KRM 38)
Hyunjoo Kim, Yerim Kim, Boduerae Kwon, Hyeryoung Lee, Theodore Jun Yoo
Sunflowers and Umbrellas
Social Movements, Expressive Practices, and Political Culture in Taiwan and Hong Kong (CRM 76)
Thomas Gold, ed., Sebastian Veg, ed.
What Is Korean Literature?
(KRM 37)
Youngmin Kwon, Bruce Fulton
The Rhetoric of Death and Discipleship in Premodern Japan
Sōchō's Death of Sōgi and Kikaku's Death of Master Bashō (JRM 19)
H. Mack Horton
Gender and Class in Contemporary South Korea
Intersectionality and Transnationality (TK 4)
Hae Yeon Choo, ed., John Lie, ed., Laura C. Nelson, ed.
Zainichi Literature
Japanese Writings by Ethnic Koreans (TK 3)
John Lie, ed.
Early Medieval Chinese Texts (2nd printing)
A Bibliographical Guide (CRM 71)
Cynthia L. Chennault, ed., Keith N. Knapp, ed., Alan J. Berkowitz, ed., Albert E. Dien, ed.
The Spread of the Korean Language
Through the Korean Diaspora and Beyond (TK 2)
Clare You, ed., Yangwon Ha, ed.
From a British to a Chinese Colony?
Hong Kong before and after the 1997 Handover (CRM 75)
Gary Chi-hung Luk, ed.
Living on Borrowed Time
Opium in Canton, 1906–1936 (CRM 74)
Xavier Paulès, Noel Castelino, trans.

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