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Publications

East Asia Program (EAP) publications consist of occasional publications related to the program, including books and articles by EAP faculty, and the titles published by the Cornell East Asia Series (CEAS), a scholarly press with over 200 titles on its list. In 2019 CEAS became an imprint of Cornell University Press. 

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The following list includes all publications related to EAP, both occasional titles and those in the Cornell East Asia Series (CEAS).

Morio Kita
Translator: Masako Inamoto T his volume introduces short stories and essays by Kita Morio (1927-2011), one of the most significant, prolific, and beloved postwar writers in Japan. Also known by his…
Xiaojia Hou
This is the first monograph in English on how China's agricultural collectivization began. In 1953, the Chinese Communist Party launched a system of agricultural collectivization to lean the…
Glynne Walley
Good Dogs explores the intersection of didacticism, Chinese vernacular scholarship, social criticism, and commercial storytelling in late Tokugawa Japan through an examination of a masterpiece of…
Yung-Hee Kim
Gendered Landscapes presents nine short stories and novellas by representative modern Korean women writers dating from the 1930s to the end of the 1990s.  Signature pieces selected from the acclaimed…
Various
Translator: John R. Bentley Kokugaku (national study) is an academic field of study that spans a number of disciplines, including philology, poetry, literature, linguistics, history, religion, and…
Leopold Müller
Translators and Editors: Elizabeth Markham, Naoko Terauchi, and Rembrandt Wolpert Despite their significance, the writings on Japanese music by Prussian medical scientist and physician Leopold…
Bishop D. McKendree
From the Foreword by David McCann: "Bishop McKendree's gathering of songs and poems from the Japanese prisoner of war camps of World War II is a remarkable outcome to a brutal experience....The…
Chonghwa Lee, Rebecca Jennison, and Brett de Bary
EDITED BY CHONGHWA LEE, TRANSLATED BY REBECCA JENNISON AND BRETT DE BARY Still Hear the Wound: Towards an Asia, Politics, Art To Come introduces English language readers for the first time to work by…
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