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Edited by Nanny Kim, SOAS, London and Keiko Nagase-Reimer, Technical University Berlin
Mining, Monies, and Culture in Early Modern Societies presents empirical research on mining and metallurgy in the context of monetary metals, as well as the effects of money in government and everyday life; employing a range of inter-disciplinary approaches.
Samuel L. Leiter
Samuel L. Leiter's Kabuki at the Crossroads is a thorough account of Japan's most famous traditional theatre as it struggled to survive in the maelstrom of post-Occupation Japan's rapidly changing entertainment world.
Stevie Suan, University of Hawai‛i
Through the comparison of Anime with Noh, Bunraku, and Kabuki, The Anime Paradox provides a study on Anime's formal elements that produce specific narrative, structural, and aesthetic patterns.