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1/17/2008

Journals: European Journal Of East Asian Studies Vol 6 No 2

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Below is the table of contents of the new issue of this journal: European Journal Of East Asian Studies 2007 ; VOL 6 ; PART 2   (2007/12/01)  EALA Wiki Entry for this journal Article Title: N . F . S . Grundtvig , Niels Bukh and Other 'Japanese' Heroes . The Educators Obara Kuniyoshi and Matsumae Shigeyoshi and Their Lessons from the Past of a Foreign Country Author(s): Margaret Meh Page: 155 - 184 Article Title: When the Medium Is the Message : The Ideological Role of Yoshino Sakuzô ; Yoshino's Minponshugi in Mobilising the Japanese Public Author(s): Brett McCormic Page: 185 - 215 Article Title: Regional Integration and Business Interests : A Comparative Study of Europe and Southeast Asia Author(s): Hidetaka Yoshimatsu Page: 217 - 243 Article Title: Constructing Relations with Hong Kong under 'One Country , Two Systems' . Prospects for the European Union Author(s): Kenneth Ka - Lok Cha Page: 245 - 273 Article Title: China Through Western Eyes . A Case Study of the BBC Television Documentary Roads to Xanadu Author(s): Qing Ca Page: 275 - 297

1/8/2008

Journals: East Asia – An International Quarterly Vol 24 No 4

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Below is the table of contents of the new issue of this journal: East Asia - An International Quarterly 2008; Vol 24; PART 4 (2008-January) EALA Wiki Entry for this journal Article Title: Japan's Quest for "Soft Power" : Attraction and Limitation Author(s): Peng Lam Page: 349 - 363 Article Title: Policy Response to Declining Birth Rate in Japan : Formation of a "Gender - Equal" Society Author(s): Yuki Huen Page: 365 - 379 Article Title: Is Taipei an Innovative City ? An Institutionalist Analysis Author(s): Chia - Huang Wang Page: 381 - 398 Article Title: China's Oil Venture in Africa Author(s): Hong Zhao Page: 399 - 415 Article Title: Edmund Terence Gomez ( ed ) , Politics in Malaysia : The Malay Dimension Author(s): Clive Kessler Page: 417 - 419 Article Title: David Scott , China Stands Up : The PRC and the International System Author(s): Justin Orenstein Page: 421 - 424 Article Title: Steve Chan , China , the U . S . , and the Power - Transition Theory : A Critique Author(s): Robert Sutter Page: 425 - 427

1/6/2008

Eighth Route Army POW Policy

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Frog in a Well welcomes a guest posting from Sayaka Chatani, who is a PhD student in the History Department of Columbia University. Her research interests are in the transnational history of early to mid-twentieth century East Asia, mainly focusing on the colonization and decolonization of Korea and Taiwan. For those who missed the August 2007 issue of Sekai, a journal widely read by (mainly left-leaning) Japanese intellectuals, I would like to introduce an article by Marukawa Tetsushi in the volume, who I think shows an interesting way of addressing multiple postwar contexts through a single historical issue. The main part of the August 2007 issue of Sekai is dedicated to the 70th Anniversary of the Marco Polo Bridge Incident, with the subtitle of "how we face the memory of the Sino-Japanese War." A number of historians devoted articles on issues related to the war. Unlike conventional debates on the Marco Polo Bridge Incident, none of them discusses "who started firing first." It starts with a series of interviews with Chinese people who survived the experience of forced labor under the Japanese occupation; scholars discuss the decision-making of the navy to carpet-bomb Chinese cities after the Marco Polo Bridge Incident; and it also includes comments by activists on the future of Japan's war responsibility. Among these articles is Marukawa Tetsushi's discussion on the 八路軍 (the Communist Eighth Route Army during the resistance war against Japan). Marukawa's short article, 「改造」と「認罪」−その起源と展開, focuses on the policy of the Eighth Route Army toward Japanese POWs and war criminals, which constituted an integral part of the Chinese Communists' strategy towards international society during and immediately after WWII. Marukawa argues that the Eighth Route Army, not being recognized as a legitimate actor or army by foreign powers, had no incentive to abide with the Hague Convention on the treatment of the POWs. Nevertheless, the Eighth Route Army adopted a very lenient policy towards the Japanese POWs as a tactic of psychological warfare. Marukawa introduces "the Yan-an (延安) Report," which American intelligence compiled to learn from the Chinese Communist strategy in fighting Japanese forces. According to this report, the Communists treated the Japanese POWs with medical care, provided them with education and released them as they desired in order to provide a contrast with the indoctrination of the Japanese military. This lenient POW policy was so effective that, the report argues, many Japanese soldiers deserted and defected during the war. Marukawa identifies the nature of the politics of Chinese Communism in this policy of converting enemies into friends, reminding the reader of Mao Zedong's comment, "Who is our enemy? Who is our friend? This is the most important problem to our revolution." Marukawa continues by discussing how Japanese society remembered – or did not remember – the Eighth Route Army POW policy since the war ended. He argues that the Cold War situation distorted the image of the Eighth Route Army. The setting of Tamura Taijirō's famous novel, "春婦伝 (A Story of a Prostitute)" (1946), was changed under pressure when it was made into a movie, "暁の脱走" (the main character was played by Yamaguchi Yoshiko) in 1950. In the original novel, a Japanese soldier was captured by the Eighth Route Army and released, but the Eighth Route Army was replaced with the Nationalist (KMT) Army in the movie owing to the GHQ censorship. This was a result of the American fear of "brain-washing," which had just become an established concept during the Korean War, Marukawa argues. At the same time, Communist China was wholeheartedly promoting the 整風 (zhengfeng) movement to ideologically convert former KMT supporters. It was in this context that the continuous 思想改造 (thought conversion) and the 認罪 (admitting guilt) movement of Japanese POWs and war criminals was posited. In other words, Marukawa recognizes two contexts – the consolidation of the Communist victory of the Civil War, and the continuation of the Eighth Route Army tactic of psychological warfare as operating at the same time as the 戦犯管理 (management of war criminals) policy. It was also a means for the Chinese to engage with international society. Stalin transported about 1000 Japanese POWs to China in the 1950s so that China could demonstrate its ability to adequately manage them to international society. Marukawa argues (somewhat ambiguously) that, dissatisfied with the result of San Francisco Treaty, Communist China further intensified the 認罪 (admitting guilt) program towards the Japanese POWs/war criminals. Marukawa's article concludes by reflecting on the stunning leniency seen in the rules of the Shenyang war crime tribunal, as well as the fact that many Japanese soldiers felt responsible and guilty of the crimes that they were only indirectly related to. A round-talk with some Japanese survivors who had experienced Eighth Route Army POW policy and became anti-war activists follows his article in the same volume. Marukawa Tetsushi, "Kaizō to Ninzai, Sono Kigen to Tenkai," in Sekai, Iwanami Shoten, August 2007, no.768, pp. 243-252

12/23/2007

Journals: Critical Asian Studies Vol 39 No 3

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Below is the table of contents for the september issue of Critical Asian Studies: Critical Asian Studies 2007 ; VOL 39 ; PART 3   (2007/09/01)  EALA Wiki Entry for this journal Article Title: Submerged and submerging voices : hegomony and the decline of the Narmada Bachao Andolan in Gujarat , 1998 - 2001 Author(s): Whitehead , Judith Page: 339-421 Article Title: The Limits of Protest and Prospects for Political Reform in Malaysia Author(s): Nair , Sheila Page: 339-368 Article Title: Robo Sapiens Japanicus : Humanoid Robots and the Posthuman Family Author(s): Robertson , Jennifer Page: 369-398 Article Title: Inequality for the Greater Good : Gendered State Rule in Singapore Author(s): Yenn , Teo You Page: 423-445 Article Title: Beyond Modern : Shimizu Shikin and "Two Modern Girls" Author(s): Winston , Leslie Page: 447-481 Article Title: IRAQ AND THE LESSONS OF VIETNAM : Introduction Author(s): Gardner , Lloyd ; Young , Marilyn Page: 483-498 Article Title: Book Review Page: 499-503 About TOS Updates

Journals: The China Quarterly Vol 192

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Below is the table of contents for the December issue of the China Quarterly: The China Quarterly 2007 ; VOL 192 ; PART 01   (2007/12/01)  EALA Wiki Entry for this journal Article Title: Index of Books Reviewed Page: iv-viii Article Title: Index for 2007 Page: i-iii Article Title: Index of Authors Page: xiii-xiv Article Title: Index to Quarterly Chronicle Page: ix-xii Article Title: Integrating Wealth and Power in China : The Communist Party's Embrace of the Private Sector Page: 827-854 Article Title: From Resisting to "Embracing ? " the One - Child Rule : Understanding New Fertility Trends in a Central China Village Page: 855-875 Article Title: Clans for Markets : The Social Organization of Inter - Firm Trading Relations in China's Automobile Industry Page: 876-897 Article Title: Rural Households , Dragon Heads and Associations : A Case Study of Sweet Potato Processing in Sichuan Province Page: 898-914 Article Title: The Political Ecology of Pollution Enforcement in China : A Case from Sichuan's Rural Industrial Sector Page: 915-932 Article Title: Ethnicization through Schooling : The Mainstream Discursive Repertoires of Ethnic Minorities Page: 933-948 Article Title: State - Press Relationship in Post - 1997 Hong Kong : Constant Negotiation amidst Self - Restraint Page: 949-970 Article Title: The Making of Chinese Intellectuals : Representations and Organization in the Thought Reform Campaign Page: 971-989 Article Title: Was Japanese Colonialism Good for the Welfare of Taiwanese ? Stature and the Standard of Living Page: 990-1013 Article Title: The China Quarterly Page: 1018-1019 Article Title: Books Received Page: 1052-1057 Article Title: Quarterly chronicle and documentation Page: 1058-1084 Article Title: Contributors Page: 1085-1087 About TOS Updates

Journals: Journal of Asian Studies Vol 66 No 4

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Below is the table of contents of the November issue of JAS. Journal of Asian Studies 2007 ; VOL 66 ; PART 4   (2007/11/01)  EALA Wiki Entry for this journal Article Title: Law and Custom under the Choson Dynasty and Colonial Korea : A Comparative Perspective Author(s): Kim , M . S . - H . Page: 1067-1098 Article Title: Bharucha , Another Asia : Rabindranath Tagore and Okakura Tenshin Author(s): Katrak , K . H . Page: 1099-1100 Article Title: Cannell , ed . , The Anthropology of Christianity Author(s): de la Cruz , D . Page: 1101-1102 Article Title: Mair , ed . , Contact and Exchange in the Ancient World Author(s): Lawergren , B . Page: 1103-1104 Article Title: Yoffee and Crowell , eds . , Excavating Asian History : Interdisciplinary Studies in Archaeology and History Author(s): Flad , R . Page: 1105-1106 Article Title: Ash and Greene , eds . , Taiwan in the 21st Century : Aspects and Limitations of a Development Model Author(s): Rubinstein , M . 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Journals: Modern China Vol 34 No 1

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Below is the table of contents of the new Modern China issue: Modern China 2008; VOL 34; PART 1 (2008-January)  EALA Wiki Entry for this Journal Introduction to "The Nature of the Chinese State : Dialogues among Western and Chinese Scholars , I" Author(s): Philip C . C . Huang Page: 3 - 8 Centralized Minimalism : Semiformal Governance by Quasi Officials and Dispute Resolution in China Author(s): Philip C . C . Huang Page: 9 - 35 Graduated Controls : The State - Society Relationship in Contemporary China Author(s): Kang Xiaoguang Page: 36 - 55 Changing Models of China's Policy Agenda Setting Author(s): Shaoguang Wang Page: 56 - 87 Societal Transition : New Issues in the Field of the Sociology of Development Author(s): Sun Liping Page: 88 - 113 The Liberation of the Object and the Interrogation of Modernity : Rethinking The Rise of Modern Chinese Thought Author(s): Wang Hui Page: 114 - 140 Rule as Repertory and the Compound Essence of Authority Author(s): Vivienne Shue Page: 141 - 151 History and Globalization in China's Long Twentieth Century Author(s): Prasenjit Duara Page: 152 - 164 A Theory of Transitions Author(s): Ivan Szelenyi Page: 165 - 175 About TOS Updates

TOS Update Experiment

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Today I'll begin an experiment here at Frog in a Well. I thought some readers might appreciate an update of the table of contents of journals which include articles on East Asian history. I don't know how often I'll be able to do this, but it turns out to be easy to transform the email updates I receive into a post for Frog in a Well. You can register for TOS updates by email with many journals but it doesn't hurt to post them here for those who don't want to clutter inboxes. Many journals also now provide RSS feed. I'll try to remember to copy and paste the TOS into the appropriate page Journals section of the Frog in a Well EALA wiki. If anyone wants to create individual wiki pages for articles of interests, posting summaries, links to commentary, or civil discussion about the articles directly in the wiki, that is welcome too. NOTE: Unfortunately, the email updates I get often don't show any distinction between articles, book reviews, and research notes so visit online home pages for this information. Also, most journals are only available for reading at research libraries, or online through paid subscription services such as JSTOR, Muse, and other databases.

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