XXV/2006

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Articles

Catherine JAMI, L’empereur Kangxi et les sciences : réflexion sur l’histoire comparée [PDF]

Georges MÉTAILIÉ, Le Bencao gangmu de Li Shizhen et l’histoire naturelle au Japon durant la période d’Edo (1600-1868) [PDF]

Frédéric OBRINGER, L’affaire du cerveau. Quelques remarques sur le rôle de l’encéphale dans la médecine chinoise [PDF]

Michel CARTIER, La Chine vue de l’Amérique espagnole à la fin du XVIe siècle [PDF]

Jérôme BOURGON, Le dernier lingchi 凌遲 : faits, représentations, événement [PDF]

Débats

Patrice FAVA et Jean François BILLETER autour de Contre François Jullien [PDF]

Comptes rendus [PDF]

Kwang-chih Chang, Xu Pingfang, Sarah Allan (ed.), The Formation of Chinese Civilization. An Archaeological Perspective (Corinne Debaine-Francfort)

Robert L. Thorp, China in the Early Bronze Age. Shang Civilization (Olivier Venture)

Mark Edward Lewis, The Flood Myths of Early China (Rémi Mathieu)

Paul Rakita Goldin, After Confucius. Studies in Early Chinese Philosophy (Albert Galvany)

Les Oeuvres de Maître Tchouang, Jean Levi (trad.) (Jean François Billeter)

Constance A. Cook, Death in Ancient China. The Tale of One Man’s Journey (Marc Kalinowski)

Cary Y. Liu, Michael Nylan, Anthony Barbieri-Low, Recarving China’s Past. Art, Archaeology, Architecture of the “Wu Family Shrines” (Annette Kieser)

Stephen Owen, The Making of Early Chinese Classical Poetry (Donald Holzman)

Éric Trombert et Étienne de la Vaissière (éd.), Les Sogdiens en Chine (Zhang Guangda)

John Jorgensen, Inventing Hui-neng, the Sixth Patriarch. Hagiography and Biography in Early Ch’an (Bernard Faure)

Eugene Y. Wang, Shaping the Lotus Sutra. Buddhist Visual Culture in Medieval China (Françoise Wang-Toutain)

Gray Tuttle, Tibetan Buddhists in the Making of Modern China (Françoise Wang-Toutain)

Fabrizio Pregadio, The Great Clarity. Daoism and Alchemy in Early Medieval China (John Lagerwey)

Jan de Meyer, Wu Yun’s Way. Life and Works of an Eighth-Century Daoist Master (Livia Kohn)

Suzanne Cahill, Divine Traces of the Daoist Sisterhood. “Records of the Assembled Transcendents of the Fortified Walled City” by Du Guangting (850-933) (Catherine Despeux)

The Taoist Canon. A Historical Companion to the Daozang (Daozang tongkao 道藏通考), Kristoffer Schipper, Franciscus Verellen (ed.) (Pierre-Henry de Bruyn)

Hans Bielenstein, Diplomacy and Trade in the Chinese World, 589-1276 (Christian Lamouroux)

Colin S. C. Hawes, The Social Circulation of Poetry in the Mid-Northern Song Period. Emotional Energy and Literati Self-Cultivation (Stéphane Feuillas)

Patricia Ebrey, Maggie Bickford (ed.), Emperor Huizong and Late Northern Song China. The Politics of Culture and the Culture of Politics (Beverly Bossler)

Joseph P. McDermott, A Social History of the Chinese Book. Books and Literati Culture in Late Imperial China (Michela Bussotti)

Sarah Schneewind, A Tale of Two Melons. Emperor and Subject in Ming China (Jérôme Kerlouégan)

Sarah Schneewind, Community Schools and the State in Ming China (Michael Szonyi)

增廣賢文 Sages écrits de jadis, traduction et annotation de Yang Dan (préface de Catherine Despeux) (Jean-Pierre Diény)

The Diary of a Manchu Soldier in Seventeenth-Century China. “My Service in the Army”, by Dzengšeo (Introduction, translation and notes by Nicola Di Cosmo) (Lynn Struve)

Xiaoxin Wu (ed.), Encounters and Dialogues. Changing Perspectives on Chinese-Western Exchanges from the Sixteenth to Eighteenth Centuries (Danielle Elisseeff)

Yves Lenoir, Nicolas Standaert (éd.), Les danses rituelles chinoises d’après Joseph-Marie Amiot. Aux sources de l’ethnochorégraphie (Sylvie Beaud)

Antonia Finnane, Speaking of Yangzhou. A Chinese City, 1550-1850 (Luca Gabbiani)

Ping-chen Hsiung, A Tender Voyage. Children and Childhood in Late Imperial China (Françoise Lauwaert)

Pamela Kyle Crossley, Helen F. Siu, Donald S. Sutton (ed.), Empire at the Margins. Culture, Ethnicity and Frontier in Early Modern China (Elisabeth Allès)

Jennifer Took, A Native Chieftaincy in Southwest China. Franchising a Tai Chieftaincy under the Tusi System of Late Imperial China (Stevan Harrell)

Zvi Ben-Dor Benite, The Dao of Muhammad. A Cultural History of Muslims in Late Imperial China ; David G. Atwill, The Chinese Sultanate. Islam, Ethnicity and the Panthay Rebellion in Southwest China, 1856-1873 (Françoise Aubin)

Mette Halskov Hansen, Frontier People. Han Settlers in Minority Areas of China (Marie Paule Hille)

Ruth Rogaski, Hygienic Modernity. Meanings of Health and Disease in Treaty-Port China (Luca Gabbiani)

John M. Carroll, Edge of Empires. Chinese Elites and British Colonials in Hong Kong (Marianne Bastid-Bruguière)

Annie-Laure Wanaverbecq, Felice Beato en Chine. Photographier la guerre en 1860 (Régine Thiriez)

Jing Tsu, Failure, Nationalism, and Literature. The Making of Modern Chinese Identity, 1895-1937 (Gregory Lee)

Lucien Bianco (avec la collaboration de Hua Chang-ming), Jacqueries et révolution dans la Chine du XXe siècle (Xiao-Planes Xiaohong)

Joseph W. Esherick, Paul G. Pickowicz, Andrew G. Walder (ed.), The Chinese Cultural Revolution as History Roderick MacFarquhar and Michael Schoenhals, Mao’s Last Revolution (Michel Bonnin)

Wu Hung, Remaking Beijing. Tiananmen Square and the Creation of a Political Space (Françoise Ged)

Joanna McMillan, Sex, Science and Morality in China (Evelyne Micollier)

Noël Dutrait (éd.), L’écriture romanesque et théâtrale de Gao Xingjian (Frédéric Wang)

Robert G. Knapp, Kai-yin Lo (ed.), House Home Family. Living and Being Chinese (Caroline Bodolec)

Vincent Goossaert, L’interdit du boeuf en Chine. Agriculture, éthique et sacrifice (Michel Cartier)

Francine Fèvre, Georges Métailié, Dictionnaire Ricci des plantes de Chine (chinois – français, latin, anglais) (Frédéric Obringer)

Angela Ki Che Leung (ed.), Medicine for Women in Imperial China (Catherine Despeux)

Dorothy Ko, Cinderella’s Sisters. A Revisionist History of Footbinding (Nicolas Zufferey)