Oriens Extremus 58 opens with a thematic focus on Rethinking Kang Youwei in the twenty-first century, guest-edited by Peter Zarrow and featuring articles by Duan Lian, Pablo Blitstein, Wang Fansen, Carine Defoort, Seán Moores and Lee Ting-mien.
The second special section focuses on Recent Japanese Studies on Chinese Philosophy, with (translated) contributions from Nakajima Takahiro, Ishii Tsuyoshi, Shino Yoshinobu and Watanabe Yoshihiro.
In the general section, Francesca Puglia reflects on the meaning of taiyi in the Taiyi shengshui and Stefanie Schaller introduces the forced remodelling of a memorial site for the Cultural Revolution in Shantou.
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Welcome to the new Oriens Extremus website.
Founded in 1954, Oriens Extremus has continuously been devoted to outstanding research dealing with East Asian cultural and intellectual history. In 2013, it launched a new series with a sharpened profile, designed to open up new prospects in East Asian studies and to promote the exchange with scholars from neighboring disciplines. More…
Oriens Extremus welcomes articles from any field pertaining to East Asian history in accordance with its subtitle “Kultur, Geschichte, Reflexion in Ostasien” (culture, history, and thought in East Asia) at any time. Please note that Oriens Extremus is a peer-reviewed journal. We also encourage the submission of in-depth review articles and will be glad to provide you with copies of the books you would like to review.
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