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The Cambridge History of War, vol.4, War and the Modern World, edited by Prof. van de Ven et al has been published by Cambridge University Press.

'Sharing the Sacra : the politics and pragmatics of inter-communal relations around holy places' , edited by Glenn Bowman, has been published by Berghahn Books.  It includes a chapter by Dr. Adam Chau entitled 'Efficacy, not Confessionality : On Ritual Polytropy in China'.

'Religious Internationals in the Modern World : Globalization and Faith Communities since 1750', edited by Abigail Greene and Vincent Viaene, has been published by Palgrave Macmillan.  It includes a chapter by Dr. Adam Chau entitled 'Transnational Buddhist Activists in the Era of Empires'.

'Perfect Bodies : Sports, Medicine and Immortality' , edited by Vivienne Lo, has been published by the British Museum.  It includes a chapter by Prof. Roel Sterckx entitled 'Animals, gaming and entertainment in China'.

Handbook of China’s Governance and Domestic Politics edited by Chris Ogden has been published by Routledge. It includes a chapter by Dr Robert Weatherley entitled ‘Human Rights in China: Discourse, Diplomacy and Defensive Nationalism’.

Tanguty v Tsentral'noi Azii: Sbornik stat'ei v chest' 80-letiia prof. E. I. Kychanova [The Tanguts in Central Asia: Festschrift in Honour of the 80th Birthday of Prof. E. I. Kychanov] edited by Irina F. Popova has been published by Vostochnaia Literatura (Moscow). It includes a paper by Dr Imre Galambos entitled 'Consistency in Tangut Translations of Chinese Military Texts'.

Dunhuang Studies: Prospects and Problems for the Coming Second Century of Research edited by Irina Popova and Liu Yi has been published by Slavia (St. Petersburg). It includes a paper by Dr Imre Galambos entitled 'A Forgotten Chinese Translation of the Preliminary Report of Aurel Stein’s First Expedition'.

Demystifying China: New Understandings of Chinese History edited by Naomi Standen has been published by Rowman and Littlefield. It includes a chapter by Dr Imre Galambos entitled 'Simplified Characters'.