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MODERN ASIAN STUDIES, VOLUME 50 – ISSUE 01, 2016

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Editorial
Joya Chatterji and Gordon Johnson and Norbert Peabody
One Asia, or Many? Reflections from connected history by SANJAY SUBRAHMANYAM
A Response to ‘One Asia, or Many? Reflections from connected history’ by EDMUND HERZIG
Origins and Barriers: Reflections on Subrahmanyam by SIMON SCHAFFER
Connected Material Histories: A response by CRAIG CLUNAS
A War Within a War: Mizo rebels and the Bangladesh liberation struggle by WILLEM VAN SCHENDEL
Roads in China’s Borderlands: Interfaces of spatial representations, perceptions, practices, and knowledges by AGNIESZKA JONIAK-LÜTHI
Reconstructing China: Japanese technicians and industrialization in the early years of the People’s Republic of China by AMY KING
Women, Monastic Commerce, and Coverture in Eastern India circa 1600–1800 CE by INDRANI CHATTERJEE
Anthropologists and Viceroys: Colonial knowledge and policy making in India, 1871–1911 by C. J. FULLER
The Comparative History of a Genre: The production and circulation of books on travel and ethnographies in early modern Europe and China by JOAN-PAU RUBIÉS and MANEL OLLÉ
URL: http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayIssue?jid=ASS&volumeId=50&seriesId=0&issueId=01

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