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Barak, O. (2013). On Time. Technology and Temporality in Modern Egypt. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Bevir, M. (2008). “What is Genealogy?” Journal of the Philosophy of History, pp. 263–275.

Benton, L., Clulow, A. and Attwood, B. (eds) (2017). Protection and Empire. A Global History. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Campagnola, F. (2016). “Crisis and Renaissance in Post-war Japan”, Modern Intellectual History, pp. 1–25.

Cavanagh, E. (2016) “Prescription and Empire from Justinian to Grotius”, The Historical Journal, pp. 1–27.

Conrad, S. (2017). “‘Nothing is the Way It Should Be’. Global Transformations of the Time Regime in the Nineteenth Century”, Modern Intellectual History, pp. 1–28.

Cooper, F. (2005). Colonialism in Question. Theory, Knowledge, History. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Davis, K. (2008). Periodization and Sovereignty. How Ideas of Feudalism and Secularization Govern the Politics of Time. Philadelphia: Penn Press.

Facius, M. (2017). China übersetzen. Globalisierung und chinesisches Wissen im 19. Jahrhundert. Frankfurt/Main: Campus.

Frumer, Y. (2018) Making Time. Astronomical Time Measurement in Tokugawa Japan. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Ginzburg, C. (2012). “Our Words, and Theirs: A Reflection of the Historian’s Craft, Today”, in Fellman, S., Rahikainen, M. (eds.), Historical Knowledge. In Quest of Theory, Method, and Evidence. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars, pp. 97–119.

Gruzinski, S. (2008). Quelle heure est-il là-bas? Amérique et islam à l’orée des temps modernes. Paris: Seuil.

Harrison, H. (2017). “The Qianlong Emperor’s Letter to George III and the Early-Twentieth-Century Origins of Ideas about Traditional China’s Foreign Relations”, The American Historical Review, 122(3), pp. 680–701.

Hartog, F. (2003). Régimes d’historicité. Présentisme et experience du temps. Paris: Seuil.

Howland, D. (2001). Translating the West. Language and Political Reason in Nineteenth-Century Japan (2001). Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press.

Howland, D. (2016). International Law and Japanese Sovereignty. The Emerging Global Order in the 19th Century. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Judge, J. (2008). The Precious Raft of History. The Past, the West, and the Woman Question in China. Stanford: Stanford University Press.

Koselleck, R. (2000). Zeitschichten. Studien zur Historik. Frankfurt/Main: Suhrkamp.

Kracht, K. (2000). Japanese Thought in the Tokugawa Era. A Bibliography of Western-language Materials. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz.

Kuukkanen, M.J. (2015). Post-Narrativist Philosophy of Historiography. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

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Qian, K. (2016). Imperial-Time-Order. Literature, Intellectual History, and China’s Road to Empire. Leiden: Brill.

Ogle, V. (2015). The Global Transformation of Time, 1870–1950. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press.

Rancière, R. (1992). Les mots de l’histoire. Essai de poétique du savoir. Paris: Seuil.

Struve, L. (ed.) (2005). Time, Temporality and Imperial Transition. East Asia from Ming to Qing. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press.

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Yoshikawa, L. (2017). Making History Matter: Kuroita Katsumi and the Construction of Imperial Japan. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press.

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