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Sino-Japanese Transculturation

Late Nineteenth Century to the End of the Pacific War

Sino-Japanese Transculturation by Richard King
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This book takes the old—one might even say, old-fashioned—topic of Sino-Japanese cultural relations and gives it an entirely new spin. Departing from but remembering the accustomed paradigms that center diplomatic relations, wartime violence, or shared Confucian cultural heritages, the contributors to this book explore the many facets of modern Japanese and Chinese transculturations: their symmetries and contradictions; their exchanges and tensions. With the tragic historical backdrop of the first half of the twentieth century fully in view, the authors and editors argue, each in their own way, that this half century was the high tide of transcultural learning between the two countries. The range of essays provides a welcome addition to studies of the cultural history of pre-war and wartime Sino-Japanese exchanges.
Lexington Books; January 2012
316 pages; ISBN 9780739171516
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Title: Sino-Japanese Transculturation
Author: Richard King; Cody Poulton; Katsuhiko Endo
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