A History Of East Asia
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📒A History Of East Asia ✍ Charles Holcombe
✏A History of East Asia Book Summary : "The interconnections among three distinct, yet related societies are at the heart of this book, which traces the story of East Asia from the dawn of history to the present"--Provided by publisher.
📒A History Of East Asia ✍ Charles Holcombe
✏A History of East Asia Book Summary : The second edition of Charles Holcombe's acclaimed introduction to East Asian history from the dawn of history to the twenty-first century.
📒A History Of South East Asia ✍ Arthur Cotterell
✏A History of South East Asia Book Summary : A History of Southeast Asia narrates the history of the region from earliest recorded times until today, covering present-day Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, the Philippines, Indonesia and East Timor. Concisely written and filled with historical anecdotes, this authoritative volume is presented in three parts, covering both mainland and maritime Southeast Asia
📒A History Of East Asian Civilization East Asia The Modern Transformation ✍ Edwin Oldfather Reischauer
✏A History of East Asian Civilization East Asia The modern transformation Book Summary :
📒A History Of Southeast Asia ✍ Anthony Reid
✏A History of Southeast Asia Book Summary : "Incorporates environmental, social, economic, and gender issues to tell a multi-dimensional story of Southeast Asian history from earliest times to the present"--
📒Exam Prep For A History Of East Asia ✍ David Mason
✏Exam Prep for A History of East Asia Book Summary : 5,600 Exam Prep questions and answers. Ebooks, Textbooks, Courses, Books Simplified as questions and answers by Rico Publications. Very effective study tools especially when you only have a limited amount of time. They work with your textbook or without a textbook and can help you to review and learn essential terms, people, places, events, and key concepts.
📒The Cambridge History Of Southeast Asia Volume 1 From Early Times To C 1800 ✍ Nicholas Tarling
✏The Cambridge History of Southeast Asia Volume 1 From Early Times to C 1800 Book Summary : Taking a thematic, rather than country by country approach, this new two-volume work examines the monumental changes experienced by mainland and island Asia. Volume 1 covers early Asian history, from prehistory to the early nineteenth century.
📒A History Of East Asian Civilization ✍ Edwin Oldfather Reischauer
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📒A Brief History Of Chinese And Japanese Civilizations ✍ Conrad Schirokauer
✏A Brief History of Chinese and Japanese Civilizations Book Summary : This compelling text explores the development of China and Japan through their art, religion, literature, and thought as well as through their economic, political, and social history. The author team combines strong research with extensive classroom teaching experience to offer a clear, consistent, and highly readable text that is accessible to students with no previous knowledge of the history of East Asia. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
📒Buddhism And Iconoclasm In East Asia ✍ Fabio Rambelli
✏Buddhism and Iconoclasm in East Asia Book Summary : This is a cross-cultural study of the multifaceted relations between Buddhism, its materiality, and instances of religious violence and destruction in East Asia, which remains a vast and still largely unexplored field of inquiry. Material objects are extremely important not just for Buddhist practice, but also for the conceptualization of Buddhist doctrines; yet, Buddhism developed ambivalent attitudes towards such need for objects, and an awareness that even the most sacred objects could be destroyed. After outlining Buddhist attitudes towards materiality and its vulnerability, the authors propose a different and more inclusive definition of iconoclasm-a notion that is normally not employed in discussions of East Asian religions. Case studies of religious destruction in East Asia are presented, together with a new theoretical framework drawn from semiotics and cultural studies, to address more general issues related to cultural value, sacredness, and destruction, in an attempt to understand instances in which the status and the meaning of the sacred in any given culture is questioned, contested, and ultimately denied, and how religious institutions react to those challenges.