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Virginia Review of Asian Studies 2021

Essays and Research Notes

Book Reviews

  • The following books are reviewed by Daniel A. Métraux

    Gordon Chang, Ghosts of Gold Mountain: The Epic Story of the Chinese Who Built the Transcontinental Railroad

    Kate McDonald, Placing Empire: Travel and Social Imagination in Imperial Japan.

    Jackie J. Kim-Wachutka, Zainichi Korean Women in Japan: Voices

    Hyun Gwi Park, The Displacement of Borders Among Russian Koreans in Northeast Asia.

    Brian Daizen Victoria, Zen Terror in Prewar Japan: Portrait of an Assassin

    The Following Books are reviewed by Robert L. Curry, Jr.

    Susantono, Bambang; Sawada, Yasruyuki; and Park, Cyn-Young. Editors. (2020). Navigating COVID-19 in Asia and the Pacific

    Susantono, Bambang and Park, Cyn-Young. Editors. (2020). Future of Regional Cooperation in Asia and the Pacific.

    Munger, Jamie and Van Dael, Rudi (2020). Putting People at the Center of Policy Design: Using Human Centered Design to Serve All