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The Resource The 'Global' and the 'Local' in Early Modern and Modern East Asia

The 'Global' and the 'Local' in Early Modern and Modern East Asia

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The 'Global' and the 'Local' in Early Modern and Modern East Asia
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The 'Global' and the 'Local' in Early Modern and Modern East Asia
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Leiden Series in Comparative Historiography Ser
The 'Global' and the 'Local' in Early Modern and Modern East Asia
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The 'Global' and the 'Local' in Early Modern and Modern East Asia
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Contents
The 'Global' and the 'Local' in Early Modern and Modern East Asia -- Copyright -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Introduction: An Overview -- Part 1: Is World History Possible? -- 1 Is There Still Value in National History in the Trend towards Global History? -- 2 Is a World History of Ideas Possible? -- Part 2: What Forms of Globalism Took Shape in Traditional East Asia? -- 3 Conditional Universality and World History in Modern Philosophy in East Asia -- 4 A New Global History and Regional Histories -- 5 A Jointly Regional-Global Approach to Rethinking Early Modern East Asian History -- Part 3: How Did Internationalism Em -- 6 Internationalization from Within: 140 Years of Internationalization at the University of Tokyo -- 7 Global History in China: Inheritance and Innovation-A Case Study of the Development of World History in the History Department of Fudan University -- Part 4: Doing 'World' or 'Global' History as 'Transnational' History -- 8 From 'East Asia' to 'East Asian Maritime Worlds': The Pros and Cons of the Construction of a Historical World -- 9 From Sri Lanka to East Asia: A Short History of a Buddhist Scripture -- 10 'Nobody Changed Their Old Customs'-Tang Views on the History of the World -- 11 The Korean Response to Xue Xuan's Enshrinement in Ming Confucian Temples -- 12 Literature of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Century World -- 13 Tales of an Open World: The Fall of the Ming Dynasty as Dutch Tragedy, Chinese Rumor, and Global News -- 14 The Regulation of Sailors in the Maritime Trade between Jiangnan and Nagasaki in Early Qing China -- 15 The Transnational History of Japanese Thrift -- Coda -- Index
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