SUNY series in Asian Studies Development
Introduction to Buddhist East Asia
Offers a variety of pedagogical and theoretical essays designed to assist professors in introducing undergraduate students to Buddhism in China, Korea, and Japan.
Crossing Boundaries and Confounding Identity
Examines literary, historical, and cultural portrayals of Chinese women, across centuries and continents.
Teaching, Tenure, and Collegiality
Questions universities’ increasing reliance on market-oriented metrics to determine their strategic directions and gauge faculty productivity.
Buddhisms in Asia
A guide to Buddhism’s rich variety of traditions and cultural expressions for educators who would like to include Buddhism in their undergraduate courses.
Explores the rich potential of Confucianism in American and Chinese classrooms of the twenty-first century.
Chinese Philosophy on Teaching and Learning
A translation and discussion of the central Confucian text on education, Xueji (On Teaching and Learning), influential in China from the Han dynasty to the present day.
The Dynamics of Cultural Counterpoint in Asian Studies
Essays on a wide range of areas and topics in Asian studies for scholars looking to incorporate Asia into their worldview and teaching.
Teaching the Silk Road
Advocating a global as opposed to a Eurocentric perspective in the college classroom, discusses why and how to teach about China's Silk Road.
Asian Texts — Asian Contexts
Provides an overview of some of the great texts of Asian philosophy and religion along with an exploration of the contexts in which they arose.
Confucian Cultures of Authority
Explores a wide range of Confucian-based cultures of authority in China.
Chinese Aesthetics and Literature
Featuring the work of renowned scholars, this anthology provides an introduction to Chinese aesthetics and literature.
An Introduction to Chinese Culture through the Family
Uses the concept of family, both literally and metaphorically to provide an introduction to Chinese culture.
Japanese Aesthetics and Culture
This anthology is intended to supplement courses in which Japanese aesthetics and culture are taught. The essays assume little background knowledge; they do represent seminal thought in literary, cultural, ...