Historian - Professor - Digital Scholar

Manchester University Press, Manchester

New Frontiers brings together scholars in the history of South and East Asia and uses newly available source materials in a pioneering comparative study of Western and Japanese imperialism. The chapters examine European, American, and Japanese communities in China and Korea. They challenge received notions of agency and collaboration by looking at the roles of British Indians, Jews, Japanese and colonial subjects, Chinese Christians, and White Russian refugees in Korea and China.