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Member book, DeBernardi, Christian Circulations: Global Christianity and the Local Church in Penang and Singapore, 1819-2000

I would like to announce my new book, Christian Circulations: Global Christianity and the Local Church in Penang and Singapore, 1819-2000, which was published last month by NUS Press (978-981-3251-09-0; paper, 430 pp.) Christian Circulations is a study of urban missions in two British colonial port cities, Penang and Singapore, but also a transregional history of evangelical Christianity and the Open Brethren movement

SOAS CBS LECTURE 30 Oct 2020: Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Lecture Series in Chinese Buddhism: James Robson (Harvard)

Dear All,

 

I hope you are all keeping safe and well during these extraordinary times. 

 

We are delighted to resume the research activities of the SOAS Centre of Buddhist Studies with the first event in the Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Lecture series in Chinese Buddhism.  

 

TOC Made in China, vol. 5, issue 2 (2020)

Dear Colleagues,

 

I am happy to announce the publication of the latest issue of the Made in China Journal. You can download the PDF at this link: https://madeinchinajournal.com/2020/10/19/spectral-revolutions/

 
TOC

- Editorial (The Editors)

- Briefs

- What about Whataboutism? |  Ivan Franceschini and Nicholas Loubere

- China’s Second-generation Ethnic Policies Are Already Here |  Gerald Roche and James Leibold

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Recent Reviews

Author: 
John Man
Reviewer: 
Anatoly Khazanov

Khazanov on Man, 'Empire of Horses: The First Nomadic Civilization and the Making of China'

John Man. Empire of Horses: The First Nomadic Civilization and the Making of China. New York: Pegasus Books, 2020. 336 pp. $27.95 (cloth), ISBN 978-1-64313-327-0

Reviewed by Anatoly Khazanov (University of Wisconsin-Madison) Published on H-Asia (October, 2020) Commissioned by Sumit Guha (The University of Texas at Austin)

Author: 
Wayne Patterson
Reviewer: 
Joshua Van Lieu

Van Lieu on Patterson, 'In the Service of His Korean Majesty: William Nelson Lovatt, the Pusan Customs, and Sino-Korean Relations, 1876-1888'

Wayne Patterson. In the Service of His Korean Majesty: William Nelson Lovatt, the Pusan Customs, and Sino-Korean Relations, 1876-1888. Korea Research Monographs Series. Berkeley: Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California, Berkeley, 2012. xii + 193 pp. $20.00 (paper), ISBN 978-1-55729-100-4

Author: 
Karolina Hutková
Reviewer: 
Monish Borah

Borah on Hutková, 'The English East India Company's Silk Enterprise in Bengal, 1750-1850'

Karolina Hutková. The English East India Company's Silk Enterprise in Bengal, 1750-1850. Rochester: Boydell Press, 2019. xii + 257 pp. $120.00 (cloth), ISBN 978-1-78327-394-2

Reviewed by Monish Borah (University of California- Irvine) Published on H-Asia (September, 2020) Commissioned by Sumit Guha (The University of Texas at Austin)

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Integration or Decoupling: What Lies Ahead for the US-China Trade War?

Integration or Decoupling: What Lies Ahead?

Thursday, November 12, 4:30-5:45pm PT / 7:30-8:45pm ET via Zoom

With the November elections right around the corner, China has been a central focus of both parties' campaigns. Recent talk of decoupling has raised questions about the likelihood and potential effects of such a possibility. This webinar will discuss what the outcome of the November elections might mean for the future of global trade, investment, and US-China relations against the backdrop of rising nationalism and xenophobia.