Inaugurated in 2000, this series, published by Columbia University Press, includes books on Asian subjects that cross the usual boundary between scholarly monographs and more encompassing general works for the classroom and the educated general reader.
Published before 2012
Donald Keene. So Lovely a Country Will Never Perish: Wartime Diaries of Japanese Writers (2010)
Rebecca Copeland and Melek Ortabasi, eds. The Modern Murasaki, Writing by Women of Meiji Japan (2006)
Donald Keene. Frog in the Well: Portraits by Watanabe Kazan, 1793-1841 (2006)
Robert Barnett. Lhasa: Streets With Memories (2006)
William Johnston. Geisha, Harlot, Strangler, Star: A Woman, Sex, and Morality in Modern Japan (2005)
Donald Keene. Yoshimasa and the Silver Pavilion: The Creation of the Soul of Japan (2003)
Pierre-François Souyri. The World Turned Upside Down: Medieval Japanese Society.Translated by Käthe Roth (2001)
Yoshimi Yoshiaki. Comfort Women: Sexual Slavery in the Japanese Military During World War II. Translated by Suzanne O’Brien (2000)
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