Central Asiatic Journal
International Periodical for the Languages, Literature, History and Archaeology of Central Asia
[58 (2015) 1+2]
volume: 58 (2015) 1+2
pages/dimensions: XVI, 238 pages - 3 ill., 2 tables
language: english, german
binding: Paperback
weight: 0
publishing date: semi-annual
price info: 128,00 Eur[D]
ISBN: 978-3-447-09930
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The Central Asiatic Journal is devoted to the languages, literature, history and archaeology of Central Asia. The definition Central Asia is considered within its broadest limits, including also East Asian cultures (Mongolia, Manchuria, Tibet) on the basis of their relations with the Central Asian region.
This volume focusing on Tangut culture and language is based on the 15 papers presented at a colloquium held at SOAS, University of London, in April 2013. The contributors belong to the world’s leading Tangut specialists, and volume 57 of the Central Asiatic Journal thus represents the state of the art in Tangut studies.
From the contents (altogether 17 articles):
Wolfgang Scharlipp, Die türkischen Wörter für „Gott“ und „Himmel“ im manjurischen Fünfsprachenspiegel
Pär Cassel, „Spelling like a State“: Some Thoughts on the Manchu Origins of the Wade-Giles System
Pamela Kyle Crossley, Questions about Ni- and Nikan
Lars Peter Laamann, Christianity, Magic and Politics in Qing and Republican China
Giovanni Stary, From “Clan-Rule” to “Khan-Rule”: Some Considerations about the Relations between Nurhaci and Šurhaci
Martin Gimm, Secret Manchu Documents on the Trial of the German Jesuit Missionary Adam Schall (1592-1666)
Hartmut Walravens, Christian Literature in Manchu