Published by Cornell’s East Asia Program as a service to the academic community and general public, the series features affordable, quality books, regularly reviewed in scholarly journals: scholarly monographs, translations of literature and major works of literary criticism and social analysis, specialized textbooks, and well integrated volumes of articles on subjects dealing with the cultures of China, Japan, and Korea (North and South). Up to eight new titles are published per year; with over 100 volumes in print and used as textbooks in colleges and universities worldwide.
To browse publications: please click on Display All Publications on the sidebar menu. Titles may be sorted alphabetically or by volume number. number. To begin sorting, click on "Title" or "Series Number" tabs.
To purchase books online: Scroll down to the bottom of webpage of any particular volume. "Click here to purchase" would take you directly to University of Hawaii Press website, please place your order(s) there. University of Hawaii Press handles all purchasing and distribution for Cornell East Asia Series. If you encounter any problems, please contact CEAS at email@example.com or contact firstname.lastname@example.org if there is a question about your order.
Digitized volumes: see also Cornell East Asia Series Online Books. Volumes that are out of print have been digitized with approval from the respective authors and made available through Cornell University Library: http://ceas.library.cornell.edu
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Cornell East Asia Series contact information:Managing Editor
Please scroll down to the bottom of the page to download the 2013 Cornell East Asia Series catalog.
This collection makes available representative examples of annotated Japanese short stories and novellas from Meiji to the present. The volumes provide rubi for nearly all kanji at first use. With its extensive annotations, the collection serves as a resource for students of modern Japanese literature and may also be used as an intermediate-to-advanced-language text. The volumes are printed Japanese-style, with pages ordered from right to left.
A Literature-in-Translation Series, New Japanese Horizons aims to expand current knowledge of Japan's rich literary tradition in the English-speaking world by giving visibility to a wide range of historical experience and forms of expression. With this goal in mind, the Series seeks to provide quality translations of literary work from the classical period to the contemporary that are both of interest to a general audience and informative in an academic context.
The Cornell East Asia Series (CEAS) is pleased to present a collection of online books, in searchable, downloadable format. These titles were originally published in the Cornell East Asia Series, many back when we were called the China-Japan Program and the series title was the East Asia Papers. Though of lasting literary and historical value, many of these titles have been long out of print and unavailable. We are very happy to make these works available again as a free online resource. The titles were selected by the CEAS faculty editorial board and were digitized with the permission of the individual authors.
The East Asia Series also distributes exhibition catalogs published by the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art.
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