Click on show language bar. There you can switch between simplified and traditional characters.
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Review of Religion and Chinese Societies will sponsor a reception at the upcoming AAS. "Religion in China: The Year in Review" will feature comments from Richard Madsen, Michael Brose, Rongdao Lai, Yanfei Sun, and Chris White on religion in China in 2018. This event will also include an introduction to the Online Spiritual Atlas of China (OSAC), a new tool using ArcGIS Online to map religious sites in China. The reception will be Friday, March 22 from 7:30-9:30 pm in Director's Row J. All are welcome to attend. Refreshments will be provided.
In July the Royal Asiatic Society will be running a four day course entitled The Silk Roads: arts, history and exploration. The course is intended for a general audience, with spaces limited to 12 - 15. If you are interested in purchasing a place on the course please CLICK HERE to download a copy of the leaflet which includes full details on pricing, course tutors and a programme of activities.
Intellect is pleased to announce that Studies in South Asian Film & Media 9.2 is now available for download! More information about the issue can be found here >> https://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/intellect/safm/2019/00000009/00000002
This year marks the 150th anniversary the Japanese settler colonization of the northern island of Hokkaidō, or Ainu Moshir as it was known to the Indigenous Ainu peoples.
I just tried the Microsoft language bar for simplified (PRC) pinyin, and see at bottom right on my screen the options for selecting my input languages--on this laptop, English, Microsoft pinyin and Google Chinese. When I choose Microsoft (Windows 10) I see I can toggle between Chinese, when there's a Zhong and a pin on the screen, and English when ENG shows up, using the Windows key+space bar. But I see no option for switching to traditional. Am I missing something?
I have not done this in a while, so my names may not be precise. An easy solution to use pinyin for Traditional Chinese (Taiwan) is to install the phonetic input for Chinese (Taiwan), then go into the preferences for that input system, go to the keyboard tab, and set the keyboard to pinyin.
Adheesh A. Sathaye. Crossing the Lines of Caste: Visvamitra and the Construction of Brahmin Power in Hindu Mythology. New York: Oxford University Press, 2015. 336 pp. $36.95 (paper), ISBN 978-0-19-934111-5.
Reviewed by Swami Narasimhananda (Prabuddha Bharata) Published on H-Asia (March, 2019) Commissioned by Sumit Guha (The University of Texas at Austin)
Gyanesh Kudaisya. A Republic in the Making: India in the 1950s. India: Oxford University Press, 2017. 232 pp. $29.95 (cloth), ISBN 978-0-19-809855-3.
Reviewed by Subho Basu (McGill University) Published on H-Asia (February, 2019) Commissioned by Sumit Guha (The University of Texas at Austin)
Avinash Paliwal. My Enemy's Enemy: India in Afghanistan from the Soviet Invasion to the US Withdrawal. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017. 400 pp. $45.00 (cloth), ISBN 978-0-19-068582-9.
Reviewed by Waheguru Sidhu (New York University) Published on H-Asia (February, 2019) Commissioned by Sumit Guha (The University of Texas at Austin)
Before and Beyond Typography:
Textual Production in Global and Multimodal Perspective
April 24-25, 2020
We will be holding an international conference at Stanford University on April 24-25, 2020 to explore the global history of reproductive text technologies and graphic communication from before and beyond the dominance of typography.