The Journal of the Oriental Society of Australia (JOSA) has been published annually since 1960 out of what is now the School of Languages & Cultures at the University of Sydney. A peer-reviewed journal, it carries papers in a range of disciplines, including literature, history, linguistics, archaeology, media, philosophy and politics, as well as substantial book reviews. Initially concentrated on China and Japan, in recent years its regional cover has expanded to include Korea, India, Tibet and South-East Asia. It has published several conference proceedings, the most recent being papers from the 2010 Australasian Sanskrit Conference.
Volume 44 is accompanied by a Special Issue. Volume 44 and Volume 44 - Special Issue, can be purchased individually, or together at a discounted price. Please browse for options.
- A. R. Davis Memorial Lecture, 2011
- Ambiguities of Power: The Social Space of Translation Relationships, Bonnie S. McDougall
- Polishing the Jade: xing (Human Nature) and Moral Cultivation in the Analects, Shirley Chan
- Subjectivity and Innovation in Contemporary Chinese Poetry (Part 2), Naikan Tao
- Before The King and I: Reappraising Anna Leonowens and Her Memoirs of Nineteenth-Century Siam, Caron Eastgate Dann
- Nobuhara Ken and Shinseinen (New Youth) Magazine: The Man Who Introduced Sherlock Holmes Stories to Japan, Yuri Takahashi
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Publication: 05 Mar 2013