Reading Asia: New Research in Asian Studies (Curzon-Iias Asian Studies)
Reading Asia : New Research in Asian Studies
It is the latter question - or at least some aspects thereof - that this volume of essays seeks to address in the context of the history of Eurasia and Africa. Kychanov, and Andre Wink - are revised versions of contributions to a colloquium held at Leiden on July under the auspices of the International Institute of Asian Studies at Leiden, and the Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study at Wassenaar. Four other papers presented at the colloquium - by A. Narain, Nicola Di Cosmo, and Rudi Lindner - are not published in this volume, either to enhance the internal coherence of the volume or because they were withdrawn by their authors.
The papers by Victor Azarya, Thomas Barfield, Daniel Bradburd, and Thomas Noonan were commis- sioned by the editors after the colloquium had been held. The editors acknowledge that due to constraints of time and money they have not been able to request contributions to the colloquium and the volume from a large number of outstanding scholars whose work is highly relevant to this subject and who they would very much have liked to include. Nevertheless they are most grateful for what could be achieved. They would like to express their gratitude, above all, to the staff of the International Institute of Asian Studies, particularly its Director, Wim Stokhof, for providing most of the financial support for this project; to the Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study and its Director, Henk Wesseling, for contributing additional funds to the colloquium; to all the participants at the colloquium for their comments and criticism; to the authors of the articles that were especially written for this volume; and to Dick van der Meij for his expert handling of the numerous editorial problems that this volume has posed.
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