Cambria Press Asian Studies Catalog – Pick it up at AAS 2014!

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Cambria Press Asian Studies Catalog 2014

Check out the 2014 Asian studies catalog to preview some of the titles that Cambria Press will be showcasing at the AAS annual conference in Philadelphia!

See also the outside back cover of the 2014 AAS program and download the the Asian studies book list with the discount code (ends May 4th).

Visit the Cambria Press booth #302 (right in front of the AAS exhibit hall entrance)

Please also join us for the book launch session on Friday (March 28) at 7:30 p.m. in room 407
during which time series editor Victor Mair and the following authors will be speaking about their books:

Made in Bangladesh, Cambodia, and Sri Lanka: The Labor Behind the Global Garments and Textiles Industries by Sanchita Saxena (UC Berkeley)

Ooku, The Secret World of the Shogun’s Women by Cecilia Segawa Seigle and Linda H. Chance (University of Pennsylvania)

The History of Chinese Buddhist Bibliography: Censorship and Transformation of the Tripitaka by Tanya Storch (University of the Pacific)

Infected Korean Language, Purity versus Hybridity: From the Sinographic Cosmopolis to Japanese Colonialism to Global English by Koh Jongsok; translated by Ross King (University of British Columbia)

The Chinese Prose Poem: A Study of Lu Xun’s Wild Grass (Yecao) by Nicholas A. Kaldis (SUNY Binghamton)

Sinophone Malaysian Literature: Not Made in China by Alison M. Groppe (University of Oregon)*

Modern Poetry in China: A Visual-Verbal Dynamic by Paul Manfredi (Pacific Lutheran University)*

Anglophone Literatures in the Asian Diaspora: Literary Transnationalism and Translingual Migrations by Karen An-hwei Lee (Vanguard University)*

*Authors will not be attending AAS and these books will be introduced by series editor Victor Mair.

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