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Imperialism in East Asia

Imperialism in East Asia
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26 Jun 2019

We are delighted to announce the establishment of an important new Renaissance Books series to be known as Imperialism in East Asia [IEA], edited by Robert Fletcher (Warwick) and Teyhun Ma (Sheffield).

To be launched in Spring 2020, Imperialism in East Asia will provide an important new focus on the modern history and enduring legacies of imperialism in East Asia, providing a platform for critical exploration of the histories of imperialism in China, Korea and Japan, comparative studies of the phenomenon, and research tracing the connections between imperialisms in the region. In particular, it will seek to showcase research that brings new or neglected sources before academic and informed readerships, and welcomes contributions by new and established authors  For further information write to: r.fletcher.1@warwick.ac.uk and tehyun.ma@sheffield.co.uk.

 

ROBERT FLETCHER is Associate Professor of Britain and Empire and Director of Postgraduate Research at the University of Warwick. His published work includes British Imperialism and ‘The Tribal Question’: Desert Administration and Nomadic Societies in the Middle East, 1919-1936 (OUP 2015) , and The Ghost of Namamugi: Charles, Lenox Richardson and the Anglo-Satsuma War (Renaissance Books 2019).

 

TEHYUN MA is Lecturer in International History at the University of Sheffield, specialising in the history of state and nation-building in twentieth-century China and Taiwan. After graduating, she became a postdoctoral fellow on the Luverhulme-funded ‘China’s War with Japan’ project at Oxford and taught at Birkbeck College, London, Bristol and Exeter before joining Sheffield’s History Department.