ToC: Monumenta Serica 71

Taylor & Francis Online is happy to announce that they have published Monumenta Serica volume 71 issue 2. This issue contains 16 different articles and book reviews. Please read below for a table of contents and click here to go to the website.

Fateful Fashions: Apophenia in Early Medieval Chinese Mantic Texts
Olivia Milburn

“A Living Tradition”: Tracing Chinese Character Divination from Imperial China to Contemporary Taiwan
Anne Schmiedl

Portrait of a Divine King: Reexamining Zhu Quan’s (1378–1448) Life in the Light of the Veritable Records and Authorial Sources 
Bony Schachter

1449 Resurrected: Invocations of the Tumu Crisis in Ming Political Discourse, 1517–1518
Aaron Throness

The Earliest Transmission of Aristotle’s De anima in China in Lingyan lishao of Francesco Sambiasi S.J
Tian Shufeng 田书峰
What Exactly is a Sum Xu? : The Real Animal behind Michał Boym’s Famous Description and the Linguistic Predicaments of Early Modern Knowledge Transmission
Albert Kozik
La Stimmung du paysage dans l’esthetique allemande et les concepts esthetiques chez Wang Fuzhi et Wang Guowei
Fan Jiani 范佳妮
Students of the Anglo-Chinese College of Malacca, 1818–1843: Fruits of the First Protestant School in Asia
Paul Kua 柯保羅
Politics, Leadership, and Wisdom: The Making of the I Ging in 1920s Germany
Hon Tze-ki 韓子奇 & Andreas Günter Weis
Reading Politics in Calligraphy: The Debate over the Authenticity of the Lanting Preface on the Eve of the Cultural Revolution
He Jianjun 何建軍
Animals and Plants in Chinese Religions and Science, by Chen Huaiyu [陳懷宇]
Roderich Ptak
Zhuangzi: A New Translation of the Sayings of Master Zhuang as Interpreted by Guo Xiang, by Richard John Lynn
Manuel Rivera Espinoza
Ordering the Myriad Things: From Traditional Knowledge to Scientific Botany in China, by Nicholas K. Menzies, Foreword by K. Sivaramakrishnan. 
Albert Kozik
The Culture of Language in Ming China: Sound, Script, and the Redefinition of Boundaries of Knowledge, by Nathan Vedal.
Zbigniew Wesołowski
Thy Kingdom Come: Rev. Dr. Ernst Faber’s (Hua Zhi’an, 1839–1899) Intercultural-missionary Vision of Chinese Spirituality, by Wu Kin Pan
Gad C. Isay
Sound, Meaning, Shape: The Phonologist Wei Jiangong (1901–1980) between Language Study and Language Planning, by Mariana Münning
Cornelia Schindelin

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