Eric Tagliacozzo

Eric Tagliacozzo is Professor of History at Cornell University and the author of Secret Trades, Porous Borders: Smuggling and States along a Southeast Asian Frontier, 1865–1915, winner of the Harry J. Benda Prize from the Association of Asian Studies.

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Cover: Asia Inside Out: Itinerant PeopleAsia Inside Out: Itinerant PeopleTagliacozzo, Eric
Siu, Helen F.
Perdue, Peter C.
HARDCOVER03/11/2019$45.00
Cover: Asia Inside Out: Connected PlacesAsia Inside Out: Connected PlacesTagliacozzo, Eric
Siu, Helen F.
Perdue, Peter C.
HARDCOVER06/08/2015$48.00
Cover: Asia Inside Out: Changing TimesAsia Inside Out: Changing TimesTagliacozzo, Eric
Siu, Helen F.
Perdue, Peter C.
HARDCOVER01/05/2015$42.00
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