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Publications

Thomas J. Mazanec
Poet-Monks focuses on the literary and religious practices of Buddhist poet-monks in Tang-dynasty China to propose an alternative historical arc of medieval Chinese poetry.

East Asia Program

Kyokutei Bakin, translated by Glynne Walley
Kyokutei Bakin's Nansō Satomi Hakkenden is one of the monuments of Japanese literature. This multigenerational samurai saga was one of the most popular and influential boo

East Asia Program

Chang Tan
The Minjian Avant-Garde studies how experimental artists in China mixed with, brought changes to, and let themselves be transformed by minjian, the volatile and diverse public of t

East Asia Program

Rachel Beatty Riedl, Paul Friesen, and Kenneth Roberts
Democratic backsliding is occurring in an unprecedented number of wealthy countries once thought immune—the United States among them—finds a new analysis by Einaudi's DTR team.

Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies

By Our Faculty
Elizabeth F. Drexler
In Infrastructures of Impunity Elizabeth Drexler argues that the creation and persistence of impunity for the perpetrators of the Cold W

Southeast Asia Program

Marcus Mietzner
In The Coalitions Presidents Make, Marcus Mietzner explains how Indonesia has turned its volatile post-authoritarian presidential system into

Southeast Asia Program

Eve Warburton
In Resource Nationalism in Indonesia, Eve Warburton traces nationalist policy trajectories in Indonesia back to the preferences of big local

Southeast Asia Program

Guo-Quan Seng
In Strangers in the Family Guo-Quan Seng provides a gendered history of settler Chinese community formation in Indonesia during the Dutc

Southeast Asia Program

Daniel Johnson
Textual Cacophony explores the behaviors and routines of communication within anonymous internet culture in Japan. Focusing on the video sharing website Niconico, social m

East Asia Program

Edited by Esra Akcan and Iftikhar Dadi
This book brings together essays by established and emerging scholars that discuss Pakistan, Turkey, and their diasporas in Europe.

Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies

Institute for European Studies

South Asia Program

By Our Faculty