contributors to this issue
Henry D. Smi i h 11 is professor of Japanese history at ("olumbia
University, and is currentlv working on a book on the cidtural history of
Japanese landscape prints and maps in the eighteenth and nineteenth cen¬
turies, to be entitled Envisioning Edo.
RoBKR'i H^Mi:s is professor of Chinese history at Cxjlumbia University and
a specialist in the social and cultural history of middle period China. He is
the author of Statesmen and Gentlemen: The Elite of Fu-chou, Chiang-hsi, in
Northern and Soutbern .S'(f/;^^ (Cambridge, 1986) and of Way and Byri^ay: Taoism,
Local Religion, and Models of Divinity in Sun,g and Modern China (California,
Amy Vladeck Hiinrich is director of the C. V. Starr East Asian Library,
author of Fragments of Rainbows: The Life and Poetty ofSaitoMokichi, 1882-1953,
and editor of the forthcoming Translations and Transformations injapanese
Culture (Columbia University Press).
Amy Hai Kyung Li:l, who will be retiring on Jime 30, 1996, has been
working for the Korean collection of the C. V. Starr East Asian Library since