In these penetrating essays, Morris Rossabi offers pioneering studies of the often neglected regions and peoples around China. His narratives concerning both traditional and modern Mongolia, including significant analyses about the great Mongol Empire, and traditional Chinese foreign relations challenge the conventional wisdom. His writings about the Yuan and Ming dynasties of China, Islam in China, and Mongol women provide fresh insights into these rarely studied subjects. He also brings greater attention to the first attested traveller from China to reach and write about thirteenth-century Europe.by anthony yu offers a fictional portrait (along with much else) of the Buddhist pilgrim. ... Whitfield provides a composite portrait of travelers along the silk roads in her Life Along the Silk Road (Berkeley: university of california press, 2001).
|Title||:||From Yuan to Modern China and Mongolia|
|Publisher||:||BRILL - 2014-11-28|