Contemporary Issues in Asia and the Pacific

 

"Some of the most well-researched and innovative studies in the field, they throw important light on large issues of great moment far beyond the sub-disciplines."

-- Edward Friedman, University of Wisconsin - Madison

 

 

This series focuses on issues of contemporary significance in the Asia Pacific region, most notably political, social, cultural, and economic change. The Contemporary Issues in Asia and the Pacific book series, published by Stanford University Press and sponsored by the East-West Center through spring 2012, focuses on topics of regional importance, on problems that cross disciplinary boundaries, and that have the capacity to reach academic and other interested audiences.

 

Titles in this series

by 

Ann Anagnost, Andrea Arai, and Hai Ren (eds.)

by 

Benjamin L. Read

by 

Scott Kennedy (ed.)

by 

Niko Besnier

by 

Nanlai Cao

by 

Vedi R. Hadiz

by 

Magali Barbieri and Danièle Bélanger (eds.)

by 

Joel Andreas

by 

Erik Martinez Kuhonta, Dan Slater, and Tuong Vu (eds.)

by 

Robert Pekkanen

by 

Daniel C. Lynch

by 

Daniel C. Lynch

by 

John F. McCarthy

by 

Meredith L. Weiss

by 

Edward Aspinall

by 

Neil DeVotta

by 

Ellis S. Krauss and T. J. Pempel (eds.)

by 

Andrew Mason (ed.)

by 

John T. Sidel

by 

John T. Sidel

by 

Dru C. Gladney (ed.)

by 

Dru C. Gladney (ed.)

by 

Geoffrey M. White and Lamont Lindstrom

by 

Geoffrey M. White and Lamont Lindstrom (eds.)

by 

Muthiah Alagappa (ed.)

by 

Muthiah Alagappa (ed.)