Browsing School of Humanities by Subject "China"
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(Article)The Chinese Book of Changes, or Yijing, has not only had a central role in the theory and practice of literature in China, but has also had a wider influence on writers in the West. But why has this difficult book been so ...
Towards a connected history of equine cultures in South Asia - bahrī (sea) horses and ‘horsemania’ in thirteenth century South India (Article)This article explores ways that the concept of equine cultures, developed thus far principally in European and/or early modern and colonial contexts, might translate to premodern South Asia. As a first contribution to a ...