The James P. Geiss and Margaret Y. Hsu Foundation is pleased to announce the recipients of its fall 2019 awards, made in support of publications and projects that confirm its mission.
In the category of publication subventions:
Columbia University Press, The Diary of 1636: The Second Manchu Invasion of Korea, translated by George L. Kallander
Columbia University Press, Plum Shadows and Plank Bridge: Two Memoirs About Courtesans, translated and edited by Wai-yee Li
University of Washington Press, Fir and Empire: The Transformation of Forests in Early Modern China, by Ian Miller
University of Washington Press, Further Adventures on the Journey to the West, translated and annotated by Robert Hegel and Qiancheng Li
In the category of projects:
An Intercalary Conference on Late Imperial China, Scholars of the Southeast USA, Principal Investigator, Maria Franca Sibau (Emory University), with Karin Myhre (University of Georgia), and Ihor Pidhainy (University of West Georgia)
The deadline for the next round of publications is March 1, 2020.