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History and Historiography of Post-Mongol Central Asia and the Middle East
Studies in Honour of John E. Woods
editor(s): Pfeiffer, Judith / Quinn, Sholeh A
contributor(s): Other Tucker, Ernest;
pages/dimensions: XXI, 604 pages, 15 Abb.
language: English
binding: Hardback (Leinen)
dimensions: 17.00 × 24.00 cm
weight: 1300g
edition: 1. Auflage
publishing date: 05.01.2006
prices: 128,00 Eur[D] / 131,60 Eur[A]
ISBN: 978-3-447-05278-8
128,00 Eur

From the table of contents:

A. Pozzi, Imperturbable and very Patient
H. Chan, The Dating of the Founding of the Jurchen-Jin State: Historical Revisions and Political Expediencies
N. Di Cosmo, A Note on the Authorship of Dzengšeo’s Beye-i cooha bade yabuha babe ejehe bithe
L. Gorelova, Information Structures in the Manchu Language
J. Janhunen, From Manchuria to Amdo Qinghai: On the Ethnic Implications of the Tuyuhun Migration
D. Kane, Khitan and Jurchen
G. Kara, Solon Ewenki in Mongolian Script
K. Maezono, Onomatopoetika im Mandschu und im Japanischen
J. Miyawaki-Okada, What ‘Manju’ Was in the Beginning and When It Grew into a Place-name
T. Nakami, The Manchu Bannerman Jinliang’s Search for Manchu-Qing Historical Sources
H. Okada, The Manchu Documents in the Higuchi Ichiyo-Collection on the Takadaya Kahee Incident and the Release of Captain V.M. Golovnin
T. Pang, N.N. Krotkov’s Questionnaire to Balishan Concerning Sibe-Solon Shamanism
J. Reckel, Yu-Kye - Ein koreanischer Verbannter am Tumen im Jahre 1650/51
T. Tsumagari, Morphological status of the Manchu case markers: particle or suffix?
V. Veit, A Set of 17th to 19th Century Manchu-Mongolian Patents for Hereditary Ranks and Honorary Titles
A. Vovin, Why Manchu and Jurchen Look So Non-Tungusic?

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