Joshua A. Fogel

Joshua A. Fogel is Canada Research Chair and Professor of History, York University.

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Cover: Toward a History Beyond Borders: Contentious Issues in Sino–Japanese RelationsToward a History Beyond Borders: Contentious Issues in Sino–Japanese RelationsYang, Daqing
Liu, Jie
Mitani, Hiroshi
Gordon, Andrew
Esselstrom, Erik
Fogel, Joshua A.
Fraleigh, Matthew
George, Timothy S.
Lawson, Konrad M.
Rubinfien, Louisa
HARDCOVER04/16/2012$49.95
Cover: Articulating the Sinosphere: Sino-Japanese Relations in Space and TimeArticulating the Sinosphere: Sino-Japanese Relations in Space and TimeFogel, Joshua A.HARDCOVER03/31/2009$48.50
Cover: Nakae Ushikichi in China: The Mourning of SpiritNakae Ushikichi in China: The Mourning of SpiritFogel, Joshua A.HARDCOVER11/20/1989$34.00
Cover: Ai Ssu-ch’i’s Contribution to the Development of Chinese MarxismAi Ssu-ch’i’s Contribution to the Development of Chinese MarxismFogel, Joshua A.PAPERBACK10/15/1987$21.00
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