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Yamato Colony: The Pioneers Who Brought Japan to Florida
Ryusuke Kawai
Translated by John Gregersen and Reiko Nishioka

Florida Historical Society Harry T. and Harriette V. Moore Award

Opening a window onto the little-known Japanese-American heritage of Florida, Yamato Colony is the true tale of a daring immigrant venture that left behind an important legacy. Ryusuke Kawai tells how a Japanese farming settlement came to be in south Florida, far from other Japanese communities in the United States, on land that would become the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens.


Chinese Diaspora Archaeology in North America
Edited by Chelsea Rose and J. Ryan Kennedy

In this archaeological exploration of the histories of Chinese people who migrated to North America in the nineteenth century, researchers provide new approaches to themes like Chinese immigrant foodways and highlight understudied topics including entrepreneurialism, cross-cultural interactions, and conditions in the Jim Crow South.


An Archaeology of Asian Transnationalism
Douglas E. Ross

Examining archaeological evidence from an industrial salmon cannery in British Columbia, this book investigates how immigrant workers formed new cultural identities in the face of dramatic displacement. It demonstrates how traditions from home and host societies come together in the context of local choices, structural constraints, and consumer society.


Archaeology of East Asian Shipbuilding
Jun Kimura

In this study, Jun Kimura integrates historical data with archaeological findings to examine a wide array of eleventh- through nineteenth-century ships from China, Korea, and Japan. Chinese junks and Japanese sailing ships were known throughout the world, and this work illustrates why their innovative designs have survived the centuries.


The David A. Cofrin Asian Art Manuscript Series
Funded by the Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art
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Intersections: Art and Islamic Cosmopolitanism
Edited by Melia Belli Bose

This richly illustrated volume highlights the history of Islamic cosmopolitanism as documented through works of art from the eighth century to the present; from the Mediterranean, North Africa, South Asia, and the United States; and including painting, architecture, textiles, calligraphy, photography, and animation.

Available in August


Arts of Korea: Histories, Challenges, and Perspectives
Edited by Jason Steuber and Allysa B. Peyton

ARLIS/NA Southeast Chapter Mary Ellen LoPresti Publication Award, Scholarly Publication Category

A monumental addition to the field of Korean art, this book explores the histories of museum collections and highlights specific artists, artistic genres, and art periods.


Tōkaidō Texts and Tales: Tōkaidō gojūsan tsui by Kuniyoshi, Hiroshige, and Kunisada
Edited by Andreas Marks

Presenting the complete set of Tokaido gojusan tsui, a series of colorful woodblock prints inspired by Japan’s Tokaido road during the Edo period (1615‒1868), this book is an invaluable resource for collectors, art historians, and students of this classic technique.


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