2022 ASAH Emerging Scholar Winner Announced

2022 ASAH Emerging Scholar Winner Announced The Australian Society for Asian Humanities is pleased to announce the winner of the inaugural ASAH Emerging Scholar Award, Soo Choi (University of Sydney). Impressed with the quality of the submissions, the judging panel also awarded an honourable mention to Estelle Rust (Keio University). Winner: Soo Choi (University of …

All this was Poetry—Reflections on A.J. Prince’s “The Countryman in the Life and Works of Shen Ts’ung-wen” (1978)

All this was Poetry—Reflections on A.J. Prince’s “The Countryman in the Life and Works of Shen Ts’ung-wen” (1978) Jeffrey C. Kinkley, Retired Professor, St. John’s University, New York Download this reflection as a PDF file. A.J. Prince’s “The Countryman in the Life and Works of Shen Ts’ung-wen” was originally published in JOSA 13 (1978). Download the …

Traditional Chinese family values were not so virtuous and Republican women were not so quiet—Reflections on Bernice Lee’s ‘Women and the Law in Republican China’ (1977)

Traditional Chinese family values were not so virtuous and Republican women were not so quiet—Reflections on Bernice Lee’s ‘Women and the Law in Republican China’ (1977). Louise Edwards, UNSW, Sydney Download this reflection as a PDF file. Bernice Lee’s article ‘Women and the Law in Republican China’ was originally published in JOSA 12 (1977). Download …

Creating space for feminist subjectivity and feminist history in China Studies—Reflections on T. Kobayashi’s ‘Chang Chu-chün for Women’s Rights’ (1976)

Creating space for feminist subjectivity and feminist history in China Studies—reflections on T. Kobayashi’s ‘Chang Chu-chün for Women’s Rights’ (1976) Louise Edwards, UNSW, Sydney Download this reflection as a PDF file. T. Kobayashi’s article ‘Chang Chu-chün for Women’s Rights’ was originally published in JOSA 11 (1976). Download the original article here. When JOSA published Kobayashi’s …