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Nomads as Agents of Cultural Change: the Mongols and their Eurasian predecessors.

(Perspectives on the Global Past)

著者名:
Amitai, Reuven & Michal Biran (ed.)
出版元:
U. of Hawaii Press
頁数:
ix,345p. Pap.
刊行年:
2018(15)
ISBN:
9780824875084

Nomads -- Mongols -- Eurasia -- History

This volume brings together a distinguished group of scholars from different disciplines and cultural specializations to explore how nomads played the role of “agents of cultural change.” The beginning chapters examine this phenomenon in both east and west Asia in ancient and early medieval times, while the bulk of the book is devoted to the far flung Mongol empire of the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries.


Introduction: nomadic culture / Michal Biran --
Steppe land interactions and their effects on Chinese cultures during the second and early first millennia BCE / Gideon Shelach-Lavi --
The Scythians and their neighbors / Anatoly Khazanov --
From steppe roads to silk roads: inner Asian nomads and early interregional exchange / William Honeychurch --
The use of sociopolitical terminology for nomads: an excursion into the term buluo in Tang China / Isenbike Togan --
Population movements in the Mongolian era / Thomas T. Allsen --
The Mongols and nomadic identity: the case of the Kitans in China / Michal Biran --
Persian notables and the families which underpinned the Ilkhanate / George Lane --
The Mongol empire and its impact on the arts of China / Morris Rossabi --
The impact of the Mongols on the history of Syria: politics, society, and culture / Reuven Amitai --
The Tatar factor in the formation of Muscovy's political culture / Istvan Vasary --
Mongol historiography since 1985: the rise of cultural history / David Morgan.

No.
32758
価格:
5,263円


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