Monies, Markets, and Finance in East Asia, 1600-1900 (Leiden, Boston: Brill), Hrsg./ed. Hans Ulrich Vogel.
This series publishes work on the history of monies, markets and finance in East Asia, mainly during the period from 1600 to 1900 and with a regional focus on China, Japan and Korea. Monies not only refer to physical objects and monetary functions, but also to such related aspects as mining, smelting and transportation of monetary metals. The multiplicity of markets implies the existence of different currency circuits and competing currencies. The topic of finance includes case studies both on public dimensions and private institutions. Contributions in this series not only deal with empirical and theoretical approaches to economic, social and political aspects, but also with cultural characteristics and meanings. By establishing a solid basis in these domains, the series aims at serving as a starting point for solid cross-cultural comparative research.
Ostasien im 21. Jahrhundert: Politik-Gesellschaft-Sicherheit-Regionale Integration (Wiesbaden: Springer VS), Hrsg./ed. Verena Blechinger-Talcott, Thomas Heberer, Sebastian Heilmann, Patrick Köllner, Hanns W. Maull, Gunter Schubert.
Bunka - Wenhua: Tübinger Ostasiatische Forschungen/Tuebingen East Asian Studies (Berlin etc.: LIT Verlag), Hrsg./ed. Klaus Antoni, Viktoria Eschbach-Szabo, Robert Horres, Achim Mittag, Gunter Schubert, Hans Ulrich Vogel.
East Asian Science, Technology, and Medicine (formerly Chinese Science) is published by the International Society for the History of East Asian Science, Technology, and Medicine (ISHEASTM). Numbers 1-10 (1975-1992) were published irregularly under the editorship of Nathan Sivin (University of Pennsylvania). Numbers 11-15 (1993-1998) were issued annually at the University of California, Los Angeles, by Benjamin A. Elman. Beginning with Number 16 (1999), the name of the journal changed to East Asian Science, Technology, and Medicine (EASTM) and was published by Hans Ulrich Vogel as editor-in-chief at the University of Tübingen, Germany, until Number 44 (2016). In 2010 Mark Elvin (Oxford) and Robert Horres (Tübingen) joined as co-editors in support of the editor-in-chief. One year later, in 2011, Christine Moll-Murata (Bochum) replaced Robert Horres as co-editor, while in 2013 Ulrich Theobald (Tübingen) took over Mark Elvin’s co-editorial function. During the period from 1999 to 2016 (No. 16-44) the publication of this periodical was supported by a grant from the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG). Since Number 45 (2017), EASTM is edited by Catherine Jami (CNRS), at the Centre Chine, Coree, Japon in Paris.