Bulletin of the Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities
The Bulletin of the Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities publishes articles by scholars worldwide on all aspects of ancient and classical East Asia and adjacent regions, including archaeology, art, and architecture; history and philosophy; literature and linguistics; and related fields.
Contributions seriously engaging contemporary critical thought in the humanities and social sciences are especially welcome.
All contributions, for general issues as well as for special thematic issues, are peer-reviewed. The BMFEA Editorial Advisory Board mainly consists of scholars based at European centers for Asia research.
The editor of BMFEA is Martin Svensson Ekström, Associate Professor in Sinology, University of Gothenburg. PDFs of recent Editor's Prefaces can be found here.
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BMFEA 79-80, a double volume, will be published in the July 2015, containing the following articles:
EDITOR'S PREFACE. Cratylus Sinensis
ARMIN SELBITSCHKA. The Pitfalls of Second-hand Information: On the Traditionalist Dogma in Chinese Excavation Reports
MICHAEL NYLAN. Han Views of the Qin Legacy and the Late Western Han "Classical Turn"
DINU LUCA. Self-inscriptions: On Textual Figuration in Sima Qian and Ban Gu
DAVID HOLM. A Layer of Old Chinese Readings in the Old Zhuang Script
NICOLAS STANDAERT. Comprehensive Histories in Late Ming and Early Qing: The Genealogy of the Gangjian 綱鑑 Texts
SOPHIA-KARIN PSARRAS. The Xiongnu and the West
GÖRAN SOMMARDAL. Twice Reading No-One, For example: Liu Xie & Aristotle
BMFEA 78: New Issues in Chinese Historiography
EDITOR'S PREFACE. Comparative Poetics in the Raw
OLIVIA MILBURN. The Sage in the South: Confucian Traditions from Wu and Yue
ZHANG LIANGREN. Wucheng and Shang: A New History of a Bronze Age Civilization in Southern China
HANS VAN ESS. Cosmological Speculations and the Notions of the Power of Heaven and the Cyclical Movements of History in the Historiography of the Shiji
JURIJ L. KROLL. The Han-Xiongnu Heqin Treaty (200–135 B.C.) in the Light of Chinese Political and Diplomatic Traditions
DAVID HOLM. Some Variant Characters in a Traditional Zhuang Manuscript: A New Angle on the Chinese Script
Please note that a back list of all articles, issues and reprints since 1929 is available here (PDF-dokument, 193 kB). The regular price is 425 SEK per issue plus shipping, less VAT for customers outside the European union. Older issues in stock are less expensive. Prices are listed for every issue and reprint available. The list also contains a number of reprints of Bernhard Karlgren's and other books of interest.
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Catalogues and Books
New publications from the Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities
The following books were published in 2004 and can be ordered by e-mail: INGEN_SPAM_info@ostasiatiskamuseet.se or fax: +46 8 5195 5755.
China Before China: Johan Gunnar Andersson, Ding Wenjiang, and the Discovery of China's Prehistory /Zhongguo zhi qian de Zhongguo: Antesheng, Ding Wenjiang he Zhongguo shiqianshi de faxian. Magnus FISKESJO and CHEN Xingcan. Stockholm, The Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities (Ostasiatiska Museet), 2004. MFEA Monograph 15. 159 pages. Bilingual in English and Chinese. ISBN 91-970616-3-8
In addition, the Swedish-language book, an exhibition catalogue. Also richly illustrated, with new photographs in color, it focuses mainly on the objects included in the permanent exhibit with the same name (Kina Fore Kina = China Before China), and has a list in English of displayed objects and an abstract in English.
Kina fore Kina. Eva MYRDAL. Stockholm, The Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities (Ostasiatiska Museet), 2004. MFEA Exhibition catalogue No. 57. 181 pages. ISBN 91-970616-1-1