Le catalogue des Éditions de l'EFEO, riche d'environ 600 titres, propose des publications portant sur l'Asie, depuis l'Inde jusqu'au Japon, et couvrant un large spectre disciplinaire en sciences humaines et sociales (archéologie, histoire, anthropologie, littératures, philologie, etc.).
Ces publications, si elles s'adressent d'abord à la communauté scientifique, intéressent également un public attiré par les civilisations et sociétés d'Asie.

À propos - Hsun CHANG

Hsun Chang is currently Research Fellow in the Institute of Ethnology, Aca- demia Sinica (Taipei). Her publications include “Between Religious Authenticity and Intangible Cultural Heritage: The Cult of Mazu in Taiwan, Fujian, and Hainan Island,” in Heritage and Religion in East Asia, ed. Shu-Li Wang, Michael Rowlands, and Yujie Zhu (Abingdon: Routledge, 2021), 167–86 ; Hsun Chang and Benjamin Penny, eds., Religion in Taiwan and China: Locality and Transmission (Taipei: Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica, 2017); Scott Habkirk and Hsun Chang, “Scents, Community, and Incense in Traditional Chinese Religion,” Material Religion 13, no. 2 (2017): 156–74. Her current research focuses on the export of Taiwanese religion to overseas Chinese communities and the technological media they employ.