New Resources Page
The re-launched SJS journal is moving along nicely. We have had almost a dozen articles and translations in the 2009 volume 16 of SJS. At the close of the year we’ll write up an overview of the year’s publications and post a link to that here on the news page.
In addition to articles, however, we have decided to launch a “resources” page here at SJS which will host a number of reference and interactive online resources of use for students and scholars of Sino-Japanese studies.
Our first contribution are two charts, reprinted with permission of Harvard University Press, from Joshua Fogel’s Aticluating the Sinosphere: Sino-Japanese Relations in Space and Time which list Japanese embassies to the Ming and Tang dynasties.
You can find these and, in future, other materials, on the SJS Resources page.