[KS] Publication: The Journal of Northeast Asian History (Issue 10, Volume 2)

jnah nahf jnah.nahf at gmail.com
Wed Jan 8 01:51:17 EST 2014

Please excuse cross-postings.

We are pleased to announce that the latest issue of The Journal of
Northeast Asian History has just been published. Please visit the Northeast
Asian History Foundation's homepage (uploaded under 'Publication' in the
'Resources' category at http://www.historyfoundation.or.kr/eng/) to view
the articles and book reviews. The latest issue's table of contents is as

Li-Lin Tseng
The Story Teller: Benjamin Brodsky and His Epic Travelogue, A Trip Through
China (1916)

Ricardo K. S. Mak
Western Advisers and Late Qing Chinese Military Modernization: A Case Study
of Constantin von Hanneken (1854-1925)

Byung-Ho Lee
Imagined Commonalities: Making Sense of China's Genealogical Nationalism

Balázs Szalontai
Instrumental Nationalism? The Dokdo Problem Through the Lens of North
Korean Propaganda and Diplomacy

<Field Report>
Irina S. Zhushchikhovskaya, Yuri G. Nikitin, and Alexei Telelyuev
Old Korean Settlements in Russian Primorye Examined from an Archaeological

<Book Reviews>
Miji Lee
Unbounded Loyalty: Frontier Crossings in Liao China

Lars Peter Laamann
After Empire: The Conceptual Transformation of the Chinese State, 1885-1924

Hartmut Walravens
Karl Haushofer und Japan: Die Rezeption seiner geopolitischen Theorien in
der deutschen und japanischen Politik
[Karl Haushofer and Japan: The Reception of His Geopolitical Theories in
German and Japanese Politics]

John DiMoia
Science for the Empire: Scientific Nationalism in Modern Japan

Pui-Tak Lee
Toward a History Beyond Borders: Contentious Issues in Sino-Japanese

Chong-Myong Im
The Great Enterprise: Sovereignty and Historiography in Modern Korea

Emily Anderson
On the Margins of Empire: Buraku and Korean Identity in Prewar and Wartime

The Journal of Northeast Asian History is a peer-reviewed journal that
focuses on interdisciplinary and comparative approaches to such issues as
borders, identity, historical maps, history education, international
relations, and other topics. In addition to this thematic diversity, the
Journal's geographical scope extends to other parts of Asia and beyond,
thus inviting scholarly engagement in rethinking globalism and localism.

The Journal of Northeast Asian History welcomes the submission of
competitive and challenging papers for review and possible publication.

Please contact us at jnah at nahf.or.kr or jnah.nahf at gmail.com should you have
any questions regarding the journal, its submission process or subscription
to it.
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