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  • publication . Article . 2021
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    Dayton Lekner;
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    Publisher: Cambridge University Press (CUP)

    <jats:p>What is the catalytic element that brings about widespread participation in a mass campaign? Is it ideology? Self-interest? Emotional states of fear, hatred, or love? Taking into account the recent proliferation of sound studies approaches to the history of the ...

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    Meredith L. Weiss; Pamela McElwee;
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    Publisher: Cambridge University Press (CUP)

    <jats:p>The purportedly irreconcilable aims of “area studies” versus formal disciplines are a long-standing concern. In reality, their objectives are often inseparable, and approaches that start from and center a region have strongly contributed to theory building withi...

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    Charlie Yi Zhang;
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    Publisher: Cambridge University Press (CUP)

    <jats:p>This article develops a feminist reading of the biographical action series featuring Ip Man, the Wing Chun grand master lionized for mentoring Bruce Lee, as a set of culturally inflected practices in order to probe the sociohistorical structure that embeds and o...

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    Sayaka Chatani;
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    Publisher: Cambridge University Press (CUP)

    <jats:p>Korean shantytowns existed in every large Japanese city from the postwar years through the late 1960s. Japanese people recall them as secluded, dirty, impoverished, and dangerous. To many scholars, their existence confirms the transwar continuity of Japanese opp...

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    Taomo Zhou;
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    Publisher: Cambridge University Press (CUP)

    <jats:p>Located immediately north of Hong Kong, Shenzhen is China's most successful special economic zone (SEZ). Commonly known as the “social laboratory” of reform and opening, Shenzhen was the foremost frontier for the People's Republic of China's adoption of market p...

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    Nirvikar Jassal;
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    Publisher: Cambridge University Press (CUP)

    <jats:p>A number of nations have instituted group-specific institutions or “enclaves” for women. The assumption underpinning such bodies—physically distinct, autonomous units in which constituent members belong entirely to a particular group—is that the segregation of f...

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  • <jats:p>This article explores critical shifts in the governance of religion amid massive urbanization and technological advances in contemporary China. Since the turn of the millennium, along with rapid urban transformation, the Chinese state has greatly expanded its re...

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    Sachi Schmidt-Hori;
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    Publisher: Cambridge University Press (CUP)

    <jats:p>This essay proposes that “milk kinship,” which upper-class individuals in premodern Japan formed with their milk kin—<jats:italic>a menoto</jats:italic> (wet nurse) and <jats:italic>a menotogo</jats:italic> (foster sibling)—occupies the core of an institutionali...

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    Michael O'Sullivan;
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    Publisher: Cambridge University Press (CUP)

    <jats:p>This article examines one of the earliest Gujarati travelogues concerning China, written by Damodar Ishwardas—a Hindu resident of Bombay and a clerk for a Sunni Khoja commercial firm—and published in Bombay in 1868. Based on a three-year trip to the port cities ...

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    Nitasha Kaul;
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    Publisher: Cambridge University Press (CUP)

    <jats:p>In this article, I interrogate the exhaustive “inbetweenness” through which Bhutan is understood and located on a map (“inbetween India and China”). I argue that this understanding naturalizes a contemporary geopolitics with little depth about how this inbetween...

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