Spring 2015 catalog cover

In addition to the new hardcover and ebook releases, the Penn Press spring 2015 list includes many first-time paperbacks, among them: The Sabermetric Revolution; Ellis Island Nation; Enchantment; Lost Letters of Medieval Life; Shakespeare's Shrine; Early African American Print Culture; Internationalism in the Age of Nationalism; and American Marriage.

Encounters with Asia

Victor H. Mair, Series Editor

Abramson, Ethnic Identity in Tang China (hc 2007, eb 2011)

Allsen, The Royal Hunt in Eurasian History (hc 2006, eb 2011)

Alter, Asian Medicine and Globalization (hc 2005, eb 2011)

Anderson, Food and Environment in Early and Medieval China (hc 2014, eb 2014)

App, The Birth of Orientalism (hc 2010, eb 2011)

Chen, Multicultural China in the Early Middle Ages (hc 2012, eb 2012)

Cooke/Li, The Tongking Gulf Through History (hc 2011, eb 2011)

Elverskog, Buddhism and Islam on the Silk Road (hc 2010, pb 2013, eb 2011)

Fogel, The Teleology of the Modern Nation-State: Japan and China (hc 2004)

Hannas, The Writing on the Wall: How Asian Orthography Curbs Creativity (hc 2003, eb 2011)

Kieschnick/Shahar, India in the Chinese Imagination: Myth, Religion, and Thought (hc 2013, eb 2013)

Kuzmina/Mair, The Prehistory of the Silk Road (hc 2007)

Salguero, Translating Buddhist Medicine in Medieval China (hc 2014, eb 2014)

Thorp, China in the Early Bronze Age: Shang Civilization (hc 2005, eb 2013)

Wyatt, The Blacks of Premodern China (hc 2009, eb 2011)

Yamamuro/Fogel, Manchuria Under Japanese Dominion (hc 2006)