5 edition of Modernities in Asian perspective found in the catalog.
Modernities in Asian perspective
|Statement||edited by Kausik Bandyopadhyay|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||234|
|LC Control Number||2011323042|
In Lost Modernities Alexander Woodside offers a probing revisionist overview of the bureaucratic politics of preindustrial China, Vietnam, and Korea. He focuses on the political and administrative theory of the three mandarinates and their long experimentation with governments recruited in part through meritocratic civil service examinations remarkable for their transparent .
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Kausik Bandyopadhyay is Reader in History at West Bengal State University, Barasat, West Bengal. A former Fellow of the Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Institute of Asian Studies, Kolkata.
His areas of research interest include the social history of modern India, history of sport and popular culture, and contemporary South Asia.
Contents Prologue 1. Get this from a library. Modernities in Asian perspective. [Kausik Bandyopadhyay;] -- With special reference to South Asia. Series: Southeast Asian Modernities (Book 12) Paperback: pages; Publisher: LIT Verlag (Janu ) Language: English; ISBN ; ISBN ; Product Dimensions: x x inches Shipping Weight: pounds (View shipping rates and policies) Customer Reviews: Be the first to write a reviewFormat: Paperback.
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The two co-editors set the tone with their introductory chapter, “Re-Vamping Asia: Women, Music, and Modernity in Comparative Perspective,” by presenting the current Asian cultural, social, and theoretical landscape and the need to problematize Asia as a concept by acknowledging its discursive nature and its interconnected histories, which.
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Modern Asian Art is a seminal publication focusing on the modern art of Japan, China, India, Thailand and Indonesia. Clark offers a unique viewpoint, debunking the idea of a single 'modern Asian art' and of a one-way flow of influence from West to East, presenting instead a complex ebb and flow of information and transformation, where many diverse modernisms interact.
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He focuses on the political and administrative theory of the three mandarinates and their long experimentation with governments recruited in part through meritocratic civil service examinations.
This book removes modernity from a standard Eurocentric understanding. Confucianism, Modernities and Knowledge In the Confucian culture-framed East Asian societies, learning together in a ‘social setting’ is highly treasured (Y ang, ).Author: Terri Kim.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references. Contents. Contents: Arif Dirlik: Asian Modernities in the Perspective of Global Modernity - Mark Elvin: Modernity in China in Historical Perspective - Ricardo K. Mak: The Idea of Modernity in World History Studies in Contemporary China - Ping-hui Liao: Civility and Self-Reflexivity: Three Texts on Women and Chinese Modernity - Man-kong Wong.
In Lost Modernities Alexander Woodside offers a probing revisionist overview of the bureaucratic politics of preindustrial China, Vietnam, and Korea. He focuses on the political and administrative theory of the three mandarinates and their long experimentation with governments recruited in part through meritocratic civil service examinations remarkable for their transparen/5.
Islamic Modernities in Southeast Asia how Islamic modernities are being negotiated and constructed through popular and visual culture from a trans-regional perspective. Looking at a variety of Islamic-themed popular and visual culture including rock music, cinema, art, visual decorations in shopping malls, self-help books, and fashion blogs.
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Drawing on comparative literary studies, postcolonial book history, and multiple, literary, and alternative modernities, this collection approaches the study of alternative literary modernities from the perspective ofcomparative print term comparative print culture designates a wide range of scholarly practices that discover, examine, document, and/or historicize various printed.
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The featured speaker, Alexander Woodside, spoke about his book, “Lost Modernities: China, Vietnam, Korea, and the Hazards of World History” (Harvard ). Woodside is an emeritus professor of Chinese and Southeast Asian History at the University of British Columbia in Canada and has contributed major scholarly works to the fields of both.
This book is a significant gathering of ideas on the subject of modern Chinese literature and culture of the past several years. The essays represent a wide spectrum of new approaches and new areas of subject matter that are changing the landscape of knowledge of modern and contemporary Chinese culture: women's literature, theatre (performance), film, graphic arts, popular literature, as well.
In Lost Modernities, Alexander Woodside offers a probing revisionist overview of the bureaucratic politics of preindustrial China, Vietnam, and Korea. He focuses on the political and administrative theory of the three mandarinates and their long experimentation with governments recruited in part through meritocratic civil service examinations remarkable for their transparent procedures.
Similarity between the Asian cases such as China and Thailand indicates some of the ways in which an Asian modernity in art can be mapped that is relatively independent of Euramerican types or models.2 This is the Asian-centric perspective, and we could repeat it for comparisons with other Asian art cultures, particularly India or Japan.
modernity in art is relativised by a model derived from an Asian comparison, such as between China and Thailand. This Western modernity can now be seen as one provincial result of cognate processes underway in many cultural discourses, and.
Lost Modernities is no exception. This is history and historiography at its very best, leavened by humor and stunning breadth. ” —Joshua A. Fogel, Chinese Historical Review “ This compact study is original and provocative.
Its comparative approach is an inspiration to all who work on Asian. Resume. In recent years, the concept of multiple modernities has emerged to challenge the perceived Eurocentrism and unilinearity of traditional theories of convergence, and has led to renewed efforts to appreciate differing trajectories of contemporary political and social development.
Its exponents’ key argument – that forms of modernity are so varied and contingent on culture and Cited by: Book Details Book Quality: Publisher Quality ISBN Related ISBNs:, Publisher: Taylor and Francis Date of Addition: 04/12/ Book Description: In Lost Modernities, Alexander Woodside offers an overview of the bureaucratic politics of preindustrial China, Vietnam, and Korea.
He focuses on the political and administrative theory of the three mandarinates and their long experimentation with governments recruited in part through meritocratic civil service examinations. “Alex's [Woodside] book seems in some respects to be a call for the identification of autonomous modernities, allowing us to sidestep the impact of Europeanization,” agreed Vietnam specialist George Dutton (director, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, and professor, Asian.
Multiple Modernities: A Preliminary Inquiry into the Implications of the East Asian Modernity Tu Weiming The rise of ‘Confucian’ East Asia – Japan, the four mini-dragons – suggests that despite global trends defined primarily in economic and geopolitical terms, cul.
Your favorite fiction from South Asia and the diaspora. Novels, short stories and novellas. South Asian countries include India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, people also include Burma/Myanmar, Afghanistan, Iran and the Maldives as part of South Asia.
South Asia does NOT include China, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore and Vietnam (these last three are part of Southeast Asia), etc. This chapter offers a critique of the Confucian legacies in East Asian modernities, knowledge and pedagogies.
Specifi c examples are drawn from China, Korea and Japan for comparative analysis. The three countries in East Asia have all experienced the historical repetitions of discarding and then reviving the Confucian legacy at different times Cited by: Chinese History and the Concept of “Early Modernities” Kishimoto Mio (Tokyo University) Many historians have already discussed the propriety of using the words “early modern” in the periodization of non-European history1.
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