Oxford Handbook of Early China

Oxford Handbook of Early China

Childs-Johnson, Elizabeth

Oxford University Press Inc

03/2021

832

Dura

Inglês

9780199328369

15 a 20 dias

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List of Contributors

SECTION I INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND
Introduction and Background to The Oxford Handbook on Early China
Elizabeth Childs-Johnson, Old Dominion University

SECTION II NEOLITHIC FARMERS, CERAMICS, AND JADE
1. The Neolithic Revolution in the North ca. 7/6000-2000 bce: Xinglongwa, Xinlei, Yangshao, Hongshan, and Related Cultures (Inequality/Social Complexity) in Neolithic Northern China
Andrew Womack, Yale University
2. The Neolithic Revolution in the South, ca. 7/6000-2000 bce, Majiabang, Hemudu, Daxi, and Songze Cultures
Xiangming Fang, Zhejiang Provincial Institute of Cultural Relics and Archaeology
3. The Neolithic Jade Revolution in Northeast China
Chung Tang, Shandong University, Mana Hayashi Tang, Washington University in St. Louis, Guoxiang Liu, Institute of Archaeology, CASS and Yadi Wen, Southern University of Science and Technology
4. The Jade Age Revisited, ca. 3500-2000 bce
Elizabeth Childs-Johnson, Old Dominion University
5. Liangzhu Culture and the Ancient City of Liangzhu
Bin Liu, Zhejiang Provincial Institute of Cultural Relics and Archaeology
6. Longshan Culture Issues: Taosi and Cosmology
Nu He, Institute of Archaeology, CASS

SECTION III FIRST DYNASTY OF THE BRONZE AGE: XIA PERIOD
7. Introduction to the Xia Period: Definitions, Themes, and Debate
Hong Xu, Institute of Archaeology, CASS
8. Settlements, Buildings, and Society of the Erlitou Culture
Hong Xu, Institute of Archaeology, CASS, and Xiang Li, University of Pittsburgh
9. The Bronze-Casting Revolution and the Ritual Vessel Set
Hong Xu, Institute of Archaeology, CASS, and Xiang Li, University of Pittsburgh
10. The Spread of Erlitou yazhang to South China and the Origin and Dispersal of Early Political States
Chung Tang, Shandong University and Fang Wang, Jinsha Site Museum

SECTION IV THE FIRST HEIGHT OF THE BRONZE AGE: THE SHANG PERIOD
11. The Cultural and Historical Setting of the Shang
Jonathan Smith, Christopher Newport University, with Yuzhou Fan, Nanjing University
12. Early and Middle Shang Periods
Guoding Song, University of the Chinese Academy of Sciences
13. Shang Belief and Art
Elizabeth Childs-Johnson, Old Dominion University
14. Shang Bronze-Casting Technology and Metallurgy Issues
Changping Zhang, Wuhan University
15. Late Shang Ritual and Residential Architecture at Great City Shang, Yinxu in Anyang, Henan
Elizabeth Childs-Johnson, Old Dominion University
16. Late Shang: Fu Zi [Fu Hao] and M5 at Xiaotun
Dingyun Cao, Institute of Archaeology, CASS

SECTION V THE SECOND HEIGHT OF THE BRONZE AGE: THE WESTERN ZHOU PERIOD
17. Western Zhou Cultural and Historic Setting
Maria Khayutina, Ludwig-Maximilians University of Munich
18. Western Zhou Government and Society
Paul Nicholas Vogt, Indiana University
19. Western Zhou Rites and Mortuary Practice (Inscriptions and Texts)
Constance A. Cook, Lehigh University
20. Bronze Vessels: Style, Assemblages, and Innovations of the Western Zhou Period
Yan Sun, Gettysburg College
21. Bells and Music in the Zhou
Scott Cook, Yale-NUS College

SECTION VI THE THIRD HEIGHT OF THE BRONZE AGE: SPRINGS AND AUTUMNS PERIOD
22. Historical Background during the Springs and Autumns Period
Yuri Pines, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
23. Historiography, Thought, and Intellectual Development during the Springs and Autumns Period
Yuri Pines, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
24. Cultures and Styles of Art during the Springs and Autumns Period
Xiaolong Wu, Hanover College

SECTION VII THE IRON AGE-WARRING STATES PERIOD
25. The Warring States Period: Historical Background
Yuri Pines, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
26. Iron Technology and Its Regional Development during the Eastern Zhou Period
Wengcheong Lam, Chinese University of Hong Kong
27. Institutional Reforms and Reformers during the Warring States Period
Yuri Pines, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
28. Change and Continuity at the Intersection of Received History and the Material Record during the Warring States Period
Charles Sanft, University of Tennessee
29. The Army, Wars, and Military Arts during the Warring States Period
Albert Galvany, The University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU
30. The Shi, Diplomats, and Urban Expansion during the Warring States Period
Andrew Meyer, Brooklyn College
31. Confucius, Mencius, and Their Daoist-Legalist Critics
Moss Roberts, New York University
32. Mozi
Vincent S. Leung, Lingnan University
33. Mohism and the Evolving Notion of Jian Ai
Carine Defoort, University of Leuven
34. Chu Religion and Art
John S. Major, Independent Scholar, and Elizabeth Childs-Johnson, Old Dominion University
35. The Artistic Revolution in the Warring States Period
Jie Shi, Bryn Mawr College

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