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Simas Foundations of Buddhist Religion Jason A. Carbine, Erik W. Davis
Making Our Own Destiny Single Women, Opportunity, and Family in Shanghai, Hong Kong, and Tokyo Lynne Y. Nakano
Disunion Anticommunist Nationalism and the Making of the Republic of Vietnam Nu-Anh Tran
Record of the Transmission of Illumination Volume 2; A Glossary of Terms, Sayings, and Names pertaining to Keizan’s Denkōroku T. Griffith Foulk, William M. Bodiford, Carl Bielefeldt, John R. McRae
Ignored Histories The Politics of History Education and Indigenous-Settler Relations in Australia and Kanaky/New Caledonia Angélique Stastny
Ka Po‘e Mo‘o Akua Hawaiian Reptilian Water Deities Marie Alohalani Brown
Unthinking Collaboration American Nisei in Transwar Japan A. Carly Buxton
Record of the Transmission of Illumination Volume 1; An Annotated Translation of Zen Master Keizan’s Denkōroku T. Griffith Foulk, William M. Bodiford, Carl Bielefeldt, John R. McRae
Balancing Communities Nation, State, and Protestant Christianity in Korea, 1884–1942 Paul S. Cha
Kyoto Revisited Heritage Tourism in Contemporary Japan Jennifer S. Prough
Between the Streets and the Assembly Social Movements, Political Parties, and Democracy in Korea Yoonkyung Lee