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Mark Twain in China
Looking at Twain in various Chinese contexts—his response to events involving the American Chinese community and to the Chinese across the Pacific, his posthumous journey through translation, and China's reception of ...
Carbon Market Cooperation in Northeast Asia: Assessing Challenges and Overcoming Barriers
China, Japan, and the Republic of Korea are emerging as major players in the global carbon trading landscape. As Northeast Asia’s biggest industrial economies, these three countries are connected through deep commercial ...
Scientific method: How science works, fails to work, and pretends to work
© 2018 Taylor & Francis. All rights reserved. This book shows how science works, fails to work, or pretends to work, by looking at examples from such diverse fields as physics, biomedicine, psychology, and economics. Social ...
Intimate Communities Wartime Healthcare and the Birth of Modern China, 1937-1945
Intimate Communities is not only a major contribution to the histories of medicine, gender, emotion, and nationalism, but even more importantly, it opens up exciting horizons by making visible and exploring the surprising ...
The Fixer Visa Lottery Chronicles
Charles Piot follows a visa broker -- known as a "fixer" -- in the West African nation of Togo as he helps his clients apply for the U.S. Diversity Visa Lottery program.
Global Value Chains and International Development: Framework, Findings and Policies [published in Chinese]
The nine chapters in this book, which are all authored or co-authored by Gary Gereffi, bring together many of the most important academic contributions to the global value chains (GVC) literature, which also have had considerable ...
Scorecard Diplomacy Grading States to Influence their Reputation and Behavior
All of this is gathered together in a format that walks the reader through the mechanisms of scorecard diplomacy, including an assessment of the outcomes.
Crackpots on Parade: The Nether Side of Genius & Transgressive Deconstructions
For four years, as editor of The Faculty Forum, a campus wide monthly publication at Duke University, I filled empty space in my pages with the following items of scholarly research. To liven the tone, I invented a coeditor ...