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New Books in East Asian Studies
Interviews with Scholars of East Asia about their New Books
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4.7 stars from 58 ratings
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奈堊ちゃと。 via Apple Podcasts · Japan · 08/25/20
Really insightful
I can't recommend this podcast enough to anyone interested in East Asian studies. I started listening to it because of its episodes on China, and I have never been disappointed. Carla Nappi is an amazing host, she really manages to bring out what each guest/book brings to the discipline in a...Read full review »
Charlie-0987 via Apple Podcasts · Switzerland · 03/03/19
East Asian studies series
Absolutely superb. A wide range of eclectic subjects presented in an easy style. Very accessible and usually stimulates further investigation.
leopard_tortoise via Apple Podcasts · Hong Kong · 11/01/18
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