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Shirin is the academic journal published by
the Society of Historical Research (SHR), and its broad focus covers a number
of sub-disciplines of history, geography, and archaeology. The journal is issued
in alternate months, and every issue consists of 160 pages on average. The contents
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Vol.102 No.4 July 2019
Civic Cultural Capital in Roman Asia Minor, Focusing On Its Economic Sustainability
One Aspect of the Qing Dynasty’s Rule as Seen from Appointment of Local Government Officials by Top Provincial Executives
The Ruling Structure in Katsuragawa, Omi Province during the Late Medieval Period.
Joyce E. Salisbury, Perpetua's Passion: The Death and Memory of a Young Roman Woman
MIYA Noriko, “Knowledge" in East and West during the Mongol Period
Lisa Yoshikawa, Making History Matter: Kuroita Katsumi and the Construction of Imperial Japan
KAKIZAKI Ichiro, Thai Railways and the Japanese Army: The Real Image of Railway Mobilization during World War Ⅱ
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