The Journal of the Oriental Society of Australia, Vol. 46

2014

Edited by Rosita Holenbergh

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Format: paperback
200 pages
ISBN: placeholder
Publication: 01 Jul 2015

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.

Contents

  • In Memoriam
    Pierre Ryckmans, Jocelyn Chey
  • A. R. Davis Memorial Lecture, 2013.
    Reflections in Islamic Thought over the Ages, Jamila Hussain
  • A. R. Davis Memorial Lecture, 2014.
    Biography vs Autobiography of Chinese Women: Or, Archaeology vs Genealogy, Lily Xiao Hong Lee
  • Southern Culture and the North/South Divide: More Than a Metaphor, Michael Paton and Zhang Chengmin
  • Culture and Diplomacy: The Case of Taiwan, Jocelyn Chey
  • Australia in the Asian Century: The Fate of Australia’s ‘New’ National Cultural Policy, Roman Rosenbaum
  • China’s Ruling Class under Market Socialism: The Limits to Social Pluralism, David S. G. Goodman
  • Global Power Shift: A USA-Japan-Australia-India Nuclear Chain, Adam Broinowski

Book Reviews

  • Emperor Huizong, by Patricia Buckley Ebrey, reviewed by Kerry Brown
  • Berkshire Dictionary of Chinese Biography, ed. Kerry Brown, reviewed by Edmund Capon
  • Biographical Dictionary of Chinese Women, ed. Lily Xiao Hong Lee and A. D. Stefanowska, reviewed by Rafe de Crespigny
  • Willow Catkins: Festschrift for Dr Lily Xiao Hong Lee on the Occasion of Her 75th Birthday, ed. Shirley Chan, Barbara Hendrischke and Sue Wiles, reviewed by Amelia Ying Qin
  • Shishuo xinyu zhengti yanjiu (An integrated study of Shishuo xinyu), by Lily Xiao Hong Lee, reviewed by Amelia Ying Qin
  • The Journal of Wu Yubi: The Path to Sagehood, trans. M. Theresa Kelleher, reviewed by Sue Wiles
  • Cyber Policy in China, by Greg Austin, reviewed by Roman Rosenbaum
  • Translation Zones in Modern China: Authoritarian Command versus Gift Exchange, by Bonnie McDougall, reviewed by Qian Yan
  • Consuming Literature: Best Sellers and the Commercialization of Literary Production in Contemporary China, by Shuyu Kong, reviewed by Mabel Lee
  • Charming Beauties and Frightful Beasts: Non Human Animals in South Asian Myth, Ritual and Folklore, ed. Fabrizio M. Ferrari and Thomas Dähnhardt, reviewed by Jennifer Cover
  • A History of the Vietnamese, by K. W. Taylor, reviewed by Bernice Lee
  • Burma’s Economy in the Twentieth Century, by Ian Brown, reviewed by Trevor Wilson
  • Henry Black: On Stage in Meiji Japan, by Ian McArthur, reviewed by Hugh Clarke

Format: paperback
Size: 210 × 148 × 10 mm
200 pages
Copyright: © 2014
ISBN: placeholder
Publication: 01 Jul 2015