The wide-ranging and provocative Sino-Platonic Papers has just come out with 25 new titles (nos. 146-170).
Here are some of the new releases:
- Conversion Tables for the Three-Volume Edition of the Hanyu Da Cidian
- Learning English, Losing Face, and Taking Over: The Method (or Madness) of Li Yang and His Crazy English
- The Genealogy of Dictionaries: Producers, Literary Audience, and the Circulation of English Texts in the Treaty Port of Shanghai
- The Mysterious Origins of the Word “Marihuana”
- A Sacred Trinity: God, Mountain, and Bird: Cultic Practices of the Bronze Age Chengdu Plain
- Uyghurs and Uyghur Identity
- Writings on Warfare Found in Ancient Chinese Tombs
- Aspects of Assimilation: the Funerary Practices and Furnishings of Central Asians in China
- The Names of the Yi Jing Trigrams: An Inquiry into Their Linguistic Origins
- Counting and Knotting: Correspondences between Old Chinese and Indo-European
- Shang and and Zhou: An Inquiry into the Linguistic Origins of Two Dynastic Names
- DAO and DE: An Inquiry into the Linguistic Origins of Some Terms in Chinese Philosophy and Morality
Two of the new releases are in French:
- Mythologie sino-européenne
- Le gréco-bouddhisme et l’art du poing en Chine
Most of the issues released prior to this batch have on-line excerpts. All SPPs will have on-line excerpts eventually — once I have the time, hardware, and software to do the job, that is. (I serve as SPP’s webmaster but have no other direct involvement with the publication.)
Check out the Web site of the Sino-Platonic Papers, now at a new URL, for details and a complete list of issues.
This will be the last batch to come out in printed form, so get ’em while you still can.