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National Translation Month begins September 1, and we’re ready to celebrate. We’ve delved deep into our backlist to bring you a lineup of our most popular translated titles in both fiction and nonfiction. This month’s blog will feature classic titles, new releases, guest posts by authors and translators, book excerpts, and a chance to win an entire set of our Russian Library series. Be sure to follow our blog and social media for a chance to win a free copy of one of our featured titles. #CUPNTM2018

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This week we are featuring new releases in Chinese history, religion, and literature. Check our blog for guest posts from the authors of the titles listed below Wednesday through Friday, and remember to enter our drawing for a chance to win a copy of one of these titles! Forging the Golden Urn The Qing Empire
Our weekly list of new books is now available! Redemption Friedrich Gorenstein. Translated by Andrew Bromfield Where Are the Women? Why Expanding the Archive Makes Philosophy Better Sarah Tyson The Freedom Schools Student Activists in the Mississippi Civil Rights Movement Jon N. Hale The Buddha’s Wizards Magic, Protection, and Healing in Burmese Buddhism Thomas Nathan
This week for National Translation Month we are focusing on Sinophone literature in English translation. For today’s post we are sharing an excerpt from The Great Flowing River by Chi Pang-yuan, translated by John Balcom, a powerful personal memoir set against the changes that shook twentieth-century China and Taiwan. Chi Pang-yuan, a professor emeritus of
Sources of Chinese Tradition, compiled by Wm. Theodore De Bary and Irene Bloom, is a seminal collection of primary readings for scholars, students, and general readers. For over 40 years, the readings in this volume on the social, religious, and intellectual traditions of China have been praised as authoritative resources in the field of Chinese
Our National Translation Month continues this week with a focus on works of Chinese language literature. Enter our drawing (below), by 1 PM EDT on Friday, September 28 for a chance to win one of books below! The Great Flowing River A Memoir of China, from Manchuria to Taiwan Chi Pang-yuan. Translated by John Balcom Remains of