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    Research Output

    Turbulent Streams: An Environmental History of Japan’s Rivers, 1600-1930

    Wilson, R. I., 2020, (In preparation) Brill.

    Research output: Book/ReportBook

  • Activities

    • 10 Invited talk
    • 2 Editorial activity
    • 1 Participation in conference
    • 1 Participation in workshop, seminar, course

    History of Non-book Publishing in China, Tang (618-907) through Qing (1644-1911)

    Kai-Wing Chow (Organizer), & Charles D Wright (Organizer)

    Sep 26 2014Sep 27 2014

    Activity: Attendance typesParticipation in conference

    Contending Genres: Chen Hongshou, and Late Ming Discourses on Oddity

    Anne Burkus-Chasson (Invited speaker)

    Jan 2018

    Activity: Talk typesInvited talk

    Teikoku/Empire, Japan/America

    Robert Tierney (Invited speaker)

    Apr 16 2013

    Activity: Talk typesInvited talk

    Honors & Recognition