AAS 2022: A message from the editor
We are thrilled to have two AAS prize-winners this year: many congratulations to Heonik Kwon for After the Korean War (James B. Palais Prize) and Teren Sevea for Miracles and Material Life (Harry J. Benda Prize)!
We are offering a 30% discount on new and backlist titles, with recent highlights including The Cambridge Economic History of China, Joe Fewsmith’s Forging Leninism in China, Sabine Frühstück’s Gender and Sexuality in Modern Japan, Shawn McHale’s The First Vietnam War and Claude Markovits’ India and the World. Please take a look at our new Elements series, including Global China edited by CK Lee, Ancient East Asia edited by Erica Brindley and Rowan Flad, and Politics and Society in East Asia edited by Erin Aeran Chung, Mary Alice Haddad, and Benjamin Read.
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AAS Award Winners 2022!
After the Korean War - James B. Palais Prize
Miracles and Material Life - Harry J. Benda Prize