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Antiquarianism and Intellectual Life in Europe and China, 1500-1800

Peter N. Miller and François Louis, editors
Format
Book
Published
Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press, c2012.
Language
English
Series
The Bard Graduate Center cultural histories of the material world
Bard Graduate Center cultural histories of the material world
ISBN
9780472118182 (cloth : acid-free paper), 0472118188 (cloth : acid-free paper), 9780472028269 (ebook), 047202826X (ebook)
Contents
  • Introduction: Antiquarianism and Intellectual Life in Europe and China / Peter N. Miller and François Louis
  • Part I. Antiquarianism and Study of the Past
  • Writing Antiquarianism : Prolegomenon to a History / Peter N. Miller
  • The Many Dimensions of the Antiquary's Practice / Alain Schnapp
  • Far and Away? : Japan, China, and Egypt, and the Ruins of Ancient Rome in Justus Lipsius's Intellectual Journey / Jan Papy
  • Comparing Antiquarianisms : A View from Europe / Peter N. Miller
  • Part II. Authenticity and Antiquities
  • The Credulity Problem / Christopher S. Wood
  • Artifacts of Authentication : People Making Texts Making Things in Ming-Qing China / Bruce Rusk
  • Part III. The Discovery of the World
  • Styles of Medical Antiquarianism / Nancy G. Siraisi
  • Therapy and Antiquity in Late Imperial China / Nathan Sivin
  • Wang Shizhen and Li Shizhen : Archaism and Early Scientific Thought in Sixteenth-Century China / Kenneth J. Hammond
  • The Botany of Cheng Yaotian (1725-1814) : Multiple Perspectives on Plants / Georges Métailié
  • Part IV. Antiquarianism and Ethnography
  • The Study of Islam in Early Modern Europe : Obstacles and Missed Opportunities / Noel Malcolm
  • Thinking About "Non-Chinese" in Ming China / Leo K. Shin
  • Part V. Antiquarianism and a "History of Religion"
  • From Antiquarianism to Philosophical History : India, China, and the World History of Religion in European Thought (1600-1770) / Joan-Pau Rubiés
  • Whose Antiquarianism? : Europe Versus China in the 1701 Conflict Between Bishop Maigrot and Qiu Sheng / D.E. Mungello
  • From Antiquarian Imagination to the Reconstruction of Institutions : Antonius van Dale / Martin Mulsow.
Description
x, 426 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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