Animals through Chinese History

Animals through Chinese History

Earliest Times to 1911

Siebert, Martina; Sterckx, Roel; Schafer, Dagmar

Cambridge University Press

12/2018

290

Dura

Inglês

9781108428156

15 a 20 dias

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1. Shang sacrificial animals material documents and images Adam C. Schwartz; 2. Animal to edible the ritualization of animals in early China Roel Sterckx; 3. Noble creatures filial and righteous animals in early medieval Confucian thought Keith N. Knapp; 4. Walking by itself the singular history of the Chinese cat Timothy H. Barrett and Mark Strange; 5. Bees in China a brief cultural history David Pattinson; 6. Where did the animals go? Presence and absence of livestock in Chinese agricultural treatises Francesca Bray; 7. Animals as text producing and consuming 'text-animals' Martina Siebert; 8. Great plans song dynastic (960-1279) institutions for human and veterinary healthcare Han Yi and Dagmar Schafer; 9. Animals in nineteenth-century eschatological discourse Vincent Goossaert; 10. Reconsidering the boundaries multicultural and multilingual perspectives on the care and management of the emperors' horses in the Qing Sare Aricanli; 11. Animals as wonders writing commentaries on monthly ordinances in Qing China Zheng Xinxian; 12. Reforming the humble pig pigs, pork and contemporary China Mindi Schneider.
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