With so many new NIAS titles are being announced right now, we have released an extra ‘Spring 2015’ catalogue. Among these titles are a flashback to events in 1945 presented in a radical new way that includes daily ‘broadcasts’; a journey inside China’s contested internet; an alternative guide to Phnom Penh’s little-known attractions – and many more.
No, this is not the catalogue cover that you see opposite but that for an older catalogue – all due to a small technical problem (unavailability of our IT guy, Bernd, to swap a file). We trust that the correct cover will be there soon.
However, if you click on the old cover opposite, you'll be taken inside our new catalogue. We hope you are as excited by these new offerings as we are.
- Feb. 29 2016
After a year of 48-hour days and frantic juggling, first copies of the printed volume of End of Empire: 100 Days in 1945 that Changed Asia and the World, edited by David P. Chandler, Robert Cribb and Li Narangoa, finally reached the NIAS Press office this morning.