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Religion in China and its Modern Fate

Religion in China and its Modern Fate

Paul R. Katz. Religion in China and Its Modern Fate: The Menahem Stern Jerusalem Lectures. Waltham, Mass.: Brandeis University Press/ Historical Society of Israel, 2014. 264 pp. 10 illus., 2 maps, 2 tables. $40.00 (pb). ISBN: 978-1-61168-543-5. Written by Joachim Gentz Academic books come in different genres to satisfy the great variety of...

Thomas Jansen28 Jan 2016Leave a comment

Building of “New China’s Astronomy” by Václav Laifr

Building of “New China’s Astronomy” by Václav Laifr

Building of “New China’s Astronomy” and the Establishment of New Historiography of Traditional Astronomy in the 1950s and 1960s: An insight from the oral history sources written by Václav Laifr (Chiang Ching-kuo International Sinological Centre, Charles University in Prague) Annotation: The period of seventeen years before the Cultural...

Martin Lavicka25 Jan 2016Leave a comment

Shanghai Stank: Night Soil Business in Modern Shanghai by Chieko Nakajima

Shanghai Stank: Night Soil Business in Modern Shanghai by Chieko Nakajima

Shanghai Stank: Night Soil Business in Modern Shanghai written by Chieko Nakajima (Assumption College, Worcester)   Annotation: This study examines changes in human waste disposal management in late nineteenth and early twentieth century Shanghai. Human waste was a significant commodity that connected the city with the countryside; its use...

Martin Lavicka14 Jan 2016Leave a comment

12th Lodz East Asia Meeting

12th Lodz East Asia Meeting

12th Lodz East Asia Meeting Overcoming Controversies in East Asia University of Lodz, Poland June 2-3, 2016 The Lodz East Asia Meeting is an annual conference for scholars interested in political, economic and social aspects of Asian affairs. After the success of the last four editions, we wish to continue the meeting as an international event....

Martin Lavicka12 Jan 2016Leave a comment

The choice of syllable and character within the transferring of proper names into Chinese

The choice of syllable and character within the transferring of proper names into Chinese

The choice of syllable and character within the transferring of proper names into Chinese The below presented results are outcome of the project titled The choice of syllable and character within the transcribing of proper names into Chinese, reg. nr. IGA_FF_2014_079, which was realized thanks to special-purpose funding for specific university...

Martin Lavicka09 Jan 2016Leave a comment

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