Imperialism in East Asia
The history of Japan giving an account of the antient and present state and government of that empire; of its ... minerals, trees ... animals ... and fishes; of the chronology ... of the emperors ... of the customs and manufactures of the natives, and of their trade ... with the Dutch and Chinese.
Kaempfer, Engelbert, 1651-1716. Scheuchzer, J. G. Wellcome Collection.
Series editors

Robert Fletcher, University of Missouri, USA
Tehyun Ma, University of Sheffield, UK

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Imperialism in East Asia

Discipline:Aziëstudies
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Imperialism in East Asia offers an important new focus on the modern history and enduring legacies of imperialism in East Asia, providing a platform for critical exploration of the histories of imperialism in China, Korea and Japan, comparative studies of the phenomenon, and research tracing the connections between imperialisms in the region. In particular, it seeks to showcase research that brings new or neglected sources before academic and informed readerships, and welcomes contributions by new and established authors.