|Title:||Law and the State in Traditional East Asia: Six Studies on the Sources of East Asian Law (ASIAN STUDIES AT HAWAII) (v. 1)|
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Home All Categories History Books Asian History Books Law and the State in Traditional East Asia: Six Studies on the Sources of East Asian Law. ISBN: 082480838X. ISBN13: 9780824808389. Law and the State in Traditional East Asia : Six Studies on the Sources of East Asian Law. by Brian E. McKnight.
The Journal of Asian Studies. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1987. Philip C. Brown (a1). University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Published online: 23 March 2011.
East Asian studies is a distinct multidisciplinary field of scholarly enquiry and education that promotes a broad humanistic understanding of East Asia past and present.
Semester I. EA – 101 : civilization in east asia. Reading List: 1. Barnes, Gina L. China, Korea and Japan : the rise of civilization in East Asia. London : Thames & Hudson, 1993. 2. Cohen, William I. East Asia at the Center: Four Thousand Years of Engagement in the World. Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, 1987. 9. Watson, William, Cultural Frontiers of Ancient East Asia.
East Asian Legal Studies is the United States’ oldest and most extensive academic program devoted to the study of the law and legal history of the nations and peoples of East Asia and their interaction with the United States. The program was created in 1965 in response to increasing interest among lawyers and scholars of international and comparative law in the legal cultures of China, Japan, Korea, and Southeast Asia.
Asian Studies (ASAN) is concerned with the people and countries in the broad arc of Asia extending from Afghanistan in the west to China, Japan and Korea in the east and including the Philippines and other islands and peninsulas of Southeast Asia to the south. Most students focus on one of the following countries and regions: China, Japan, Korea, the Philippines, South Asia, and Southeast Asia. Other programs for studying in Asian countries can be arranged with the assistance of the faculty and the Asian Studies Advisor. These courses may also be used to fulfill your degree requirements. The Asian Studies undergraduate program provides the student with a broad interdisciplinary approach to Asian national and cultures.
It also serves as a key resource for neighboring colleges and universities with East Asian programs and courses. The Collection has broad coverage in the humanities and social sciences, and a strong focus on selected subjects related to the humanities.