Philosophers of War: The Evolution of History's Greatest Military Thinkers, a two-volume reference work edited by Daniel Coetzee and Lee W. Eysturlid, was published by Praeger in the fall of 2013. It includes contributions by Peter Lorge (Shang Yang, Ssu-ma Ch'ien), David Graff (Sun Tzu, Li Jing, Li Ch'üan), and Morgan Deane (Ch'i Chi-kuang).
Peter Lorge's edited volume "Debating War in Chinese History" was published by Brill earlier this year. Here's the cover blurb followed by table of contents:
- Peter Lorge, "Introduction"
- Paul van Els, "Righteous, Furious, or Arrogant? On Classifications of Warfare in Early Chinese Texts"
- Shu-hui Wu, "Debates and Decision-Making: The Battle of the Altai Mountains (Jinweishan) in AD 91"
- Garret Olberding, "The Debate Between Wang Hui and Han Anguo: A Case Study of Early Han Military Addresses"
- Peter Lorge, "Fighting Against Empire: Resistance to the Later Zhou and Song Conquest of China"
- David Curtis Wright, "Debates in the Field During Bayan's Campaigns Against Southern Song China, 1274-1276"
- Kenneth M. Swope, "As Close as Lips and Teeth: Debating the Ming Intervention in Korea"
- David Pong, "To War or Not to War: Decisions for War in Late Imperia China, 1870s-1900"
- Parks M. Coble, "Debating War in China: The Decision to Go to War,July-August 1937"
Harold Tanner's book, The Battle for Manchuria and the Fate of China: Siping, 1946, was published earlier this year by Indiana University Press (in its "Twentieth-Century Battles" series).
Harriet Zurndorfer's "Wartime Refugee Relief in Chinese Cities and Women's Political Activism, 1937-1940" was published in Billy So and Madeleine Zelin, eds., _New Narratives of Urban Space in Republican China: Emerging Social, Legal and Governance Orders_ (Leiden and Boston: Brill Academic Publishers, 2013), 65-91.