W&L East Asian Studies Program
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This collection contains the scholarship of students in the W&L East Asian Studies Program.
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The Fox Spirit: The Japanese Trickster? The trickster spirit plays a role in cultures that span the globe. These spirits have a variety of natures: impish, malevolent, or even good-?spirited (according to their ways). In tales tricksters serve as a warning to ...
Geopolitics, Ideology, and the Frontier: Understanding the Continuity in Motivations behind Conquest and Administrative Policy in Xinjiang, 1688-Present . . . By attempting to trace the origins of the ideological and geopolitical motives behind the Chinese administration in Xinjiang throughout the Qing period and the Communist era, this paper will attempt to answer several ...