Brill's Series on Modern East Asia in a Global Historical Perspective

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Billy K.L. So
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Wang Fan-sen
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Christian A. Daniels
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Ning Jennifer Chang
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Dandan Chen
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This series features research monographs, edited volumes, and translated works that advance understanding of societies in East Asia or of their interaction or comparison with those in other parts of the world. It seeks to go beyond traditional paradigms and notions and presents possibilities for new discourses. The modern era is broadly defined in this series as the period roughly from the fifteenth century onwards. The series welcomes discipline-specific, interdisciplinary, and comparative studies in humanities and social sciences that investigate various aspects of culture and society in the region as well as studies of global historical processes with specific reference to the region.

Authors are cordially invited to submit proposals and/or full manuscripts to the publisher at BRILL, Stephanie Carta and Masja Horn.

Please see our Guidelines for a Book Proposal. All submissions are subject to a double-anonymous peer review process prior to publication.
Chinese and Indian Merchants in Modern Asia
Networking Businesses and Formation of Regional Economy
Volume 8
978-90-04-40860-9
Confronting Capital and Empire
Rethinking Kyoto School Philosophy
Volume 6
978-90-04-34390-0
Imagining a Postnational World
Hegemony and Space in Modern China
Volume 5
978-90-04-32715-3
Race and Racism in Modern East Asia
Interactions, Nationalism, Gender and Lineage
Volume 4
Editor(s): Rotem Kowner and Walter Demel
978-90-04-29293-2
Chinese Law
Knowledge, Practice, and Transformation, 1530s to 1950s
Volume 3
Editor(s): Li Chen and Madeleine Zelin
978-90-04-28849-2
New Narratives of Urban Space in Republican Chinese Cities
Emerging Social, Legal and Governance Orders
Volume 2
978-90-04-24991-2
Race and Racism in Modern East Asia
Western and Eastern Constructions
Volume 1
978-90-04-23741-4
Race and Racism in Modern East Asia
Western and Eastern Constructions
Volume 1
978-90-04-28550-7
Billy K.L. So is Chair Professor of History and Professor of Law at University of Macau. His publications dealt with China from Tang and Song dynasties to the modern era, pertaining to aspects of economy, law, institutions, geography, philosophy, maritime history, and comparative history.

Wang Fan-sen is Academician of Academia Sinica and Distinguished Research Fellow of the Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica. He specialises in the cultural-intellectual history of early modern and modern China.

Christian Daniels is Professor of Humanities at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. His specialties include history of China in Ming and Qing eras and northern mainland Southeast Asia, formation of autonomous polities and the role of technology in historical change.

Ning Jennifer Chang is a research fellow at the Institute of Modern History, Academia Sinica. She specializes in the interactions between China and the West in the late Qing dynasty and early Republican era, particularly concerning trade, physical culture (including sport and related activities), as well as medicine and healing.

Dandan Chen is Professor of History at Farmingdale State College, State University of New York and an Associate in Research at Harvard’s Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies. Her interdisciplinary areas of research and teaching include global and Asian history, Chinese history, politics, literature, and law in a global context.

Ryan Martínez Mitchell is Associate Professor of Law at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. His research areas include modern Chinese legal history, the history and theory of international law, comparative public law, and political and legal thought.
Series Editors
Billy K.L. So, University of Macau, Macao
Wang Fan-sen, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
Christian A. Daniels, The University of Hong Kong Science and Technology, Hong Kong
Ning Jennifer Chang, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
Dandan Chen, SUNY Farmingdale, USA
Ryan Martínez Mitchell, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Advisor (Former Series Editor)
Madeleine Zelin, Columbia University, USA

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