Proceedings of the First International Conference on Manchu-Tungus Studies (Bonn, August 28 - September 1, 2000)
Volume 1: Trends in Manchu and Tungus Studies
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Hrsg. v. Naeher, Carsten / Stary, Giovanni / Weiers, Michael
series: Tunguso-Sibirica
volume: 8
pages/dimensions: 219 Seiten, 27 Abbildungen - 17 × 24 cm
language: english
binding: Paperback
weight: 450
publishing date: 1. Auflage 2002
price info: 60,00 Eur[D] / 61,70 Eur[A] / 102,00 CHF
ISBN: 978-3-447-04588-9

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In recent years Manchu and Tungus studies have experienced an increased interest from scholars all around the world, among them experts from such diverse fields as Chinese and Inner Asian History, Folklore Studies, Compar-ative Altaic Philology, and Linguistics. The present collaborative volume contains a selection of papers on Manchu and Tungus philology, history, and folklore originally presented at the First International Conference on Manchu-Tungus Studies (ICMTS), a venue which took place at University of Bonns Seminar für Sprach- und Kulturwissenschaft Zentralasiens in summer 2000. From the table of contents: Jörg Bäcker, Shamanic Epics and Mongolian Influences at the Lower Amur; Carsten Naeher, Aus der Geschichte der Tungusologie; Tatsuo Nakami, Some Remarks on the Emu tanggû orin sakda i gisun sarkiyan; Johannes Reckel, Chaegasung - die letzten Mandschuren Koreas; Giovanni Stary, The Discovery of Manchu Literature and Its Problems; Catherine UrayKöhalmi, Mangi: The Bear in Myths and Tales of Manchu-Tungus Peoples; Michael Weiers, Zum Wert mandschusprachiger Quellen für die Erforschung der Geschichte Innerasiens.