4 edition of Modern Chinese civilization. found in the catalog.
|Statement||Translated from the French, by Elsie Martin Jones.|
|LC Classifications||DS721 .L53 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, 295 p.|
|Number of Pages||295|
|LC Control Number||72007076|
When published in , this translation of Professor Jacques Gernet's masterly survey of the history and culture of China was immediately welcomed by critics and readers. This revised and updated edition includes a detailed chronology that has been updated through , a new bibliography, and Price: $ A Visual Sourcebook of Chinese Civilization Prepared by Patricia Buckley Ebrey With the assistance of Joyce Chow Lenore Hietkamp Kevin Jensen Robin Lin Helen Schneider Cyndie-Lee Wang Kim Wishart Cong Zhang Lan Zhang This site is best viewed using Internet Explorer 4 or higher on an IBM compatible computer with aFile Size: KB.
Modern Chinese Civilization. by Dr. A. F. Legendre. Translated from the French by Elsie Martin Jones. Format Book Published London, J. Cape  Language English French (also in) Description 2 p. l., vii-xxiii p. 1 l., p. 21 cm. Local Notes . Some scholars divide the history of the Chinese languages into Proto-Sinitic (Proto-Chinese; until bc), Archaic (Old) Chinese (8th to 3rd century bc), Ancient (Middle) Chinese (through ad ), and Modern Chinese (from c. the 10th century to modern times). The Proto-Sinitic period is the period of the most ancient inscriptions and poetry; most loanwords in Chinese were borrowed .
The Venerable Master Taixu (–) is the most important and controversial Chinese Buddhist reformer of the twentieth century. Viewed as dangerously rash by conservative Buddhists, irrelevant by secular humanists, and spiritually misguided by Christian missionaries, Taixu was nevertheless committed to forging a socially engaged form of Buddhism and to . Critical Essays Modern Chinese History This is especially true in the twentieth century, a time marked by violent social, political, and economic upheaval in China. During the first decade of the century, Chinese students, merchants, and others who were dissatisfied with Manchu rule began to .
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Translation of La civilisation chinoise moderne. Reprint of the ed. Description: xxiii, pages 22 cm. China: A Modern History is the definitive guide to this complex contemporary phenomenon.
Deng Xiaoping's s policy of "reform and opening," which saw China enter the world market, is only the most recent in a series of dramatic shifts that have Cited by: 7. For the purposes of this article, ancient Chinese civilization refers to that period of China’s history which began in the early 2nd millennium BCE, when a literate, city-based culture first emerged, to the end of the Han dynasty, in CE.
By this time all the essential foundations of Chinese civilization had been laid down. Chinese Civilization and It’s Characteristics. The people of ancient China were free from external influence. They contributed for the growth of a civilization which was indigenous. The characteristics of this civilisation have been discussed below: Art of Writing: The people of China developed their own system of writing.
More populous than any other country on earth, China also occupies a unique place in our modern world for the continuity of its history and culture. In this sumptuously illustrated single-volume history, noted historian Patricia Ebrey traces the origins of Chinese culture from prehistoric times to the present.
She follows its development from the rise of Confucianism, 3/5(3). This Key Concepts book examines the Chinese ideas of ‘Civilization’ and ‘culture’, their extensive influence over Chinese society and East Asian societies, and analyses their traditional connotations and their evolution in Sino-Western exchanges as Brand: Palgrave Pivot.
A Visual Sourcebook of Chinese Civilization. Prepared by Patricia Buckley Ebrey: With the assistance of: Joyce Chow. The Clash of Civilizations is a thesis that people's cultural and religious identities will be the primary source of conflict in the post-Cold War world.
The American political scientist Samuel P. Huntington argued that future wars would be fought not between countries, but between cultures.
It was proposed in a lecture at the American Enterprise Institute, which was then Author: Samuel P. Huntington. Drawing on the core values of western civilization, the author refines the counterparts in Chinese civilization, summarized as four core principles: duty before freedom, obedience before rights, community before individual, and harmony before conflict.
Focusing on guoxue or Brand: Springer Singapore. Ancient China Simplified – Written in the early s, this book covers the history of China – from its very beginnings to provinces, literature, the Chinese calendar, rulers, and more.: This Is China: The First 5, Years – This book is great for teachers, students, and anyone interested in a basic overview of Chinese history.
If you’re planning a trip to China and want to read a. Prof. Scott B. Noegel Chair, Dept. of Near Eastern Languages and Civilization University of Washington Book review: Huff, Toby E.
The Rise of Early. I'm glad there's a book on Chinese culture written from the perspective of actual Chinese people.
Books written by non-Chinese are often pretty biased and skewed in the wrong direction. However, this book suffers from a superficial cheapness aspect - it appears to be almost self-published, though it's probably from a small-time printing press/5.
The End of Modern Civilization book. Read 38 reviews from the world. This book was about a Chinese plot to shut down the majority of the world's electronics. Once that is accomplished it was up to a group of pilots to start restoring communications with antique aircraft.
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China: A New History by John Fairbank is universally recommended as the best introductory book on Chinese history. Even though Dr. Fairbank wrote for undergraduate students, the book is an amazing read for anyone interested in Chinese history.
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The Free Press, History of Ancient China, Modern China, in free online books. Sino-American relations, Imperial China, Communism in China, Economic History of modern China, Chinese culture and civilization.
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The thirteen essays in this volume, all by experts in the field of Chinese studies, reflect the diversity of approaches scholars follow in the study of China's past. Together they reveal the depth and vitality of Chinese civilization and demonstrate how an understanding of traditional China can enrich and broaden our own contemporary worldview.
Han culture defines Chinese culture today. In fact, most Chinese citizens today claim "Han" as their ethnic background. The government made Confucianism the official belief system of the empire. The empire grew greatly during this time, conquering land in modern Korea, Mongolia, Vietnam, and even into Central Asia.Sourcebooks for Chinese primary sources translated into English include Patricia Ebrey's Chinese Civilization and Society: A Sourcebook (Free Press, ) and Souces of Chinese Tradition (Columbia UP, ) by Wm.
Theodore de Bary et. al.Introduction. This section focuses on four key topics in China's modern history. The first is that of China's conflict with an aggressively expanding West in the s, beginning with the demands made by England at the end of the eighteenth century; England, as was true with the other imperial powers, was intent on "opening up" trade with China.