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Publications - Narangoa, Li

Please contact this author at Li.Narangoa@anu.edu.au for other publications information.

Journal articles

  • Narangoa, L (2013). Mongorujin ni totte no Manshukoku: Minzoku kyoowa toiu kukan / What did Manchukuo mean for Mongols: The Space of 'Racial Harmony' Afro-eurasian inner dry land civilizations collection. Vol. 6 19-30.
  • Narangoa, L (2012). Mongolia in 2011: Resources Bring Friends and Wealth Asian Survey. Vol. 52 81-87.
  • Narangoa, L & Cribb, R (2010). Nations-of-intent: from counterfactual history to counterfactual geography Journal of Historical Geography. Vol. 36 276-285.
  • Narangoa, L (2009). Mongolia and Preventive Diplomacy Asian Survey. Vol. 49 358-379.
  • Narangoa, L (2007). Nationalism and Globalization on the Inner Mongolia Frontier: The Commercialization of a Tamed Ethnicity Japan Focus. Vol. 19-Nov Jan-23.
  • Narangoa, L (2006). Geopolitics in Manchuria: Settlement and Technology Journal of Manchurian Studies. Vol. 5 101-117.
  • Narangoa, L (2004). Mobilizing Priests and Reforming Buddhism Shimane Journal of North East Asian Research: North East Region. Vol. 7 69-82.
  • Narangoa, L (2004). Japanese Geopolitics and the Monogol Lands, 1915-1945 European Journal of East Asian Studies (EJEAS). Vol. 3 45-68.
  • Narangoa, L (2004). Japanese Orphans from China: History and identity in a returning migrant community East Asian History. Vol. 25/26 141-160.
  • Cribb, R & Narangoa, L (2004). Orphans of Empire: Divided Peoples, Dilemmas of Identity, and Old Imperial Borders in East and Southeast Asia Comparative Studies in Society and History. Vol. 46 164-187.
  • Cribb, R & Narangoa, L (2004). Changing Meanings of the Term Indigenous in Pacific Asia International Journal of the Humanities. Vol. 1 910-917.
  • Cribb, R & Narangoa, L (2004). Dynamics of Land and Identity in Pacific Asia: Reflections on Attachment to Land International Journal of the Humanities. Vol. 1 1093-1102.
  • Narangoa, L (2003). Japanese expansion and Mongolian Buddhism, 1932-1945 Critical Asian Studies. Vol. 35:04:00 491-514.
  • Panzer, P & Narangoa, L (2002). EAJRS Newsletter EAJRS Newsletter. Vol. 9 n/a.
  • Narangoa, L (2002). The Power of Imagination: Whose Northeast and Whose Manchuria? Inner Asia. Vol. 4 Mar-25.
  • Narangoa, L (2001). Educating Mongols and Making Citizens of Manchukuo Inner Asia. Vol. 3 101-126.

Books

  • Bruun, O & Narangoa, L (2006). Mongols from Country to City: Floating Boundaries, Pastoralism and City Life in the Mongol Lands . Denmark: NIAS Press.
  • Narangoa, L & Cribb, R (2003). Imperial Japan and national identities in Asia, 1895-1945 . London and New York: Routledge Curzon.
  • Pantzer, P, Eichhorn, M, Hilker, K et al (2002). Die Iwakura-Mission: Das Logbuch des Kume Kunitake ueber den Besuch der japanischen Sondergesandtschaft in Deutschland, Osterreich und der Schweiz im Jahre 1873 . Munchen: Judicium.

Book chapters

  • Narangoa, L (2013). Mongorujin ga egaita higashi Ajia kyōdōtai / The East Asian Community in the imagination of the Mongols. In Matsuura Masataka (Ed.), Ajia shugi wa nani o kataru noka : kioku kenryoku kachi / What did Asianism mean? (pp. 146-160) Kyoto: Mineruva Shobo.
  • Narangoa, L (2011). The Assembly of the Greater East Asiatic Nations, 1943. In Sven Saaler and Christopher W.A. Szpilman (Ed.), Pan-Asianism; A Documentary History; Volume 2: 1920-Present (pp. 243-253) Plymouth UK: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Inc..
  • Narangoa, L (2009). Mongol nationalism, Chinese colonialism, and Japanese imperialism in Inner Mongolia, 1936-1945. In (Ed.), Zentral-Asiatische Studien 38, 2009 [Central Asian Studies 38, 2009] (pp. 227-251) Halle: International Institute for Tibetan and Buddhist Studies, Halle.
  • Narangoa, L (2009). Pan-Asianism and Co-prosperity in the Japanese imperial imagination. In Imanishi Junko, Ulziibaatar Demberel, Husel Borjigin (Ed.), A New Global Order in North East Asia (pp. 231-241) Tokyo: Hukyo Publishing House.
  • Narangoa, L (2009). Mongols Between Big Powers: The Idea of Man-MO. In Tokusu Kurebito (Ed.), Past and Present of the Mongolic Peoples (pp. 172-181) Tokyo: Tokyo University of Foreign Studies.
  • Narangoa, L (2007). The Manchurian Bandits in the Making of Japanese Empire. In Marie-Luise Legeland (Ed.), Von Bauern, Beamten und Banditen: Beitrage zur historischen Japanforschung (pp. 181-202) Bonn: Biersche Verlagsanstalt.
  • Narangoa, L (2007). Universal values and Pan-Asianism: the Vision of Omotokyo. In Sven Saaler and J. Victor Koschmann (Ed.), Pan-Asianism in modern Japanese history: colonialism, regionalism and borders (pp. 52-66) Oxon, UK: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
  • Narangoa, L (2006). Mokyo seiken ron - Kairai seiken no rekishiteki imi' (the Historical Meaning of 'Puppet State'). In Kurasawa Aoko et al. (Ed.), Iwanami Kōza Ajia Taiheiyō sensō (pp. ) Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten.
  • Narangoa, L & Altanjula, L (2006). From Shamanist Healing to Scientific Medicine: Bonesetters in Inner Mongolia. In Ole Bruun and Li Narangoa (Ed.), Mongols from Country to City: Floating Boundaries, Pastoralism and City Life in the Mongol Lands (pp. 237 - 253) Denmark: NIAS Press.
  • Cribb, R & Narangoa, L (2006). Constructing Indigenousness in the late Modern World. In Patricia Grimshaw and Russell McGregor (Ed.), Collisions of Cultures and Identities: Settlers and Indigenous Peoples (pp. 279-294) Melbourne: RMIT Publishing.
  • Bruun, O & Narangoa, L (2006). A New Moment in Mongol History: The Rise of the Cosmopolitan City. In Ole Bruun and Li Narangoa (Ed.), Mongols from Country to City: Floating Boundaries, Pastoralism and City Life in the Mongol Lands (pp. Jan-20) Denmark: NIAS Press.
  • Narangoa, L & Cribb, R (2003). Appendix: Postage Stamps and Japanese Imperialism. In Li Narangoa and Robert Cribb (Ed.), Imperial Japan and national identities in Asia, 1895-1945 (pp. 319-327) London and New York: Routledge Curzon.
  • Narangoa, L & Cribb, R (2003). Afterword: Japanese Imperialism and the Politics of Loyalty. In Li Narangoa and Robert Cribb (Ed.), Imperial Japan and national identities in Asia, 1895-1945 (pp. 315-318) London and New York: Routledge Curzon.
  • Narangoa, L & Cribb, R (2003). Introduction: Japan and the Transformation of National Identities in Asia in the Imperial Era. In Li Narangoa and Robert Cribb (Ed.), Imperial Japan and national identities in Asia, 1895-1945 (pp. Jan-22) London and New York: Routledge Curzon.
  • Narangoa, L (2002). Die japanischen Kriegswaisen aus China und ihre Identitatssuche (Searching Identity: Japanese war orphans from China). In Herausgeberkollektiv (Ed.), Beitraege zur Japanforschurng (pp. 161-178) Bonn: Biersche Verlagsanstalt.

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