ToC Journal of the American Oriental Society 141.1 (2021)

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The new issue of the Journal of the American Oriental Society, 141.1 (2021), is now available in print and online at:


The Life and Works of Abū al-Ḥusayn ʿAbd al-Bāqī b. Qāniʿ, by Pavel Pavlovitch

The Early Shiʿi Kufan Traditionists' Perspective on the Rightly Guided Caliphs, by I-Wen Su

The Ancient Indian Alcoholic Drink Called Surā: Vedic Evidence, by James McHugh

What Difference Does the Harivaṃśa Make to the Mahābhārata?, by Simon Brodbeck

The Aesthetic of Brightness in Han Mirror Inscriptions, by Yanlong Guo

The Flavors of Monks' Poetry: On a Witty Disparagement and Its Influences, by Jason Protass

If Not, Or Else, and Maybe in Akkadian and Perhaps in Hebrew, by Eran Cohen

Mandaic and the Palestinian Question, by Charles Häberl

The Chronotope of the Threshold in Gilgamesh, by Sophus Helle

Brief Communications

The Inquisition outside Baghdad, by Christopher Melchert

Marduk the Fisherman, by Selena Wisnom


Brief Reviews

Best regards,
Antje Richter, Editor for East Asia, JAOS

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