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From the Mediterranean to the China Sea
Miscellaneous Notes
editor(s): Guillot, Claude / Lombard, Denys / Ptak, Roderich
volume: 7
pages/dimensions: XII, 236 pages, 2 Abb.
language: English, French
binding: Book (Hardback)
publishing date: 10.01.1998
prices: 69,00 Eur[D] / 71,00 Eur[A]
ISBN: 978-3-447-04098-3
69,00 Eur

A highly diverse selection of eleven papers read to an international symposium on the ‘Southeast Asian Mediterranean’ (Paris, March 1997). Two aims were associated with this meeting: first, to relate the ideas of Fernand Braudel and others to the Asian seas, and second, to place Southeast Asia into the greater context of maritime Asian history by looking at the links between Southeast Asia and other macro-regions, by examining individual networks, and by investigating the functions of specific regional settings. The papers cover different periods – from archaeological times up to the early twentieth century. They are arranged in broad geographical terms, proceeding from the European end to Southeast Asia and China. The contributors are:
Daniel Nordman, Sanjay Subrahmanyam, Jean-Francois Salles, Tilman Frasch, Mona Abaza, Jorge M. dos Santos Alves, Chang Pintsun, Jurrien van Goor, Stephan Diller, Claude Guillot and Roderich Ptak.