große Aufnahme vom Freiheitsplatz in Taipei 2009. Foto: Philip Clart
Liberty Square, Taipei 2009. Photo: Philip Clart
  • Transnational Religious Spaces: Religious Organizations and Interactions in Africa, East Asia, and Beyond. Edited by Philip Clart, with Adam Jones. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2020. ISBN 978-3-11-068995-2.
  • Text and Context in the Modern History of Chinese Religions: Redemptive Societies and Their Sacred Texts. Edited by Philip Clart, with David Ownby and Wang Chien-chuan. Leiden: Brill, 2020. ISBN 978-90-04-42413-5.
  • „Introduction” In: Transnational Religious Spaces: Religious Organizations and Interactions in Africa, East Asia, and Beyond. Edited by Philip Clart & Adam Jones, 1–9. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2020.
  • „Introduction” In: Text and Context in the Modern History of Chinese Religions: Redemptive Societies and Their Sacred Texts. Edited by Philip Clart, David Ownby & Wang Chien-chuan, 1–15. Leiden: Brill, 2020.
  • „Text and Context in the Study of Spirit-Writing Cults: A Methodological Reflection on the Relationship of Ethnography and Philology.” In: Text and Context in the Modern History of Chinese Religions: Redemptive Societies and Their Sacred Texts. Edited by Philip Clart, David Ownby & Wang Chien-chuan, 309–322. Leiden: Brill, 2020.
  • Contact Zones in China: Multidisciplinary Perspectives. Edited by: Merle Schatz, Laura De Giorgi and Peter Ludes, De Gruyter Oldenbourg, April 2020, ISBN: 978-3-11-065937-5.
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  • Korean Diaspora – Central Asia, Siberia and Beyond. Edited by: Merle Schatz, Johannes Reckel, Universitätsverlag Göttingen, 2020, ISBN: 978-3-86395-451-2
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Bücher


Einstieg in die Chinastudien Methoden, Modelle, Übungsaufgaben

Autoren: Pelzer, Thorben / Schatz, Merle
Reihe: De Gruyter Studium
September 2019
ISBN 978-3-11-066502-4
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Artikel

  • Assandri, Friederike : “Afterlife Conceptions in Entombed Epitaphs and Votive Steles of the Six Dynasties’ Period.” In: 浙江大學東亞宗教文化研究中心等編《佛教史研究》Studies in History of Buddhism, No. 3, Nov. 2019: 67-100.

  • Assandri, Friederike: “Transcending Boundaries: Afterlife Conceptions in Entombed Epitaphs and Votive Steles of the Six Dynasties’ Period.” In: China and the World—the World and China—A transcultural Perspective  in Four Volumes, ed. by Joachim Gentz, Natascha Gentz, Barbara Mittler and Catherine Vance Yeh. Gossenberg: Ostasienverlag. 2019: vol. 1: 149-170. 

  • Assandri, Friederike”重玄學中的佛、道互涉:宇宙生成論、「救度論」與心靈.“ (Buddho-Daoist interaction in Twofold Mystery teaching: Cosmogony, Soteriology, and the mind). Friederike Assandri (李可)著, 崔曉姣 譯. Daojiao wenhua yanjiu 道家文化研究 32: 423-447. March 2019.

    Assandri , Friederike “Chapter 1. Chinese Philosophy, Religions and Language.” Friederike Assandri and Barbara Meisterernst. In: The Routledge Handbook of Chinese Applied Linguistics, ed. Chu-Ren Huang, Zhuo Jing-Schmidt, and Barbara Meisterernst. Oxon and NY: Routledge. 2019: 9-27.

  • Assandri , Friederike “Conceptualizing the Interaction of Buddhism and Daoism in the Tang Dynasty: Inner Cultivation and Outer Authority in the Daode Jing Commentaries of Cheng Xuanying and Li Rong”  In: Authority Versus Authenticity. Special Edition. Religions. 2019: 10(1), 66; https://doi.org/10.3390/rel10010066

  • Clart, Philip:"East and West in Leipzig-A Preface to this Collection." NotaBene 44 (2019). 
  • Clart, Philip:“Competition, Entrepreneurship, and Network Formation among Taiwanese Spirit-Writing Cults.” In Jindai Huaren zongjiao huodong yu minjian wenhua: Song Guangyu jiaoshou jinian wenji 近代華人宗教活動與民間文化----宋光宇教授紀念文集, edited by Li Shi-wei 李世偉, 107–163. Taipei: Boyang, 2019.
  • Clart, Philip:“Intertextual Relationships between Ming Period Dramas and Novels: Two Examples from the Han Xiangzi Narrative Complex.” In Di er jie zongjiao shijian yu wenxue chuangzuo yu Zhongguo zongjiao wenxue shi bianzhuan guoji xueshu yantaohui lunwenji 第二屆宗教實踐與文學創作暨《中國宗教文學史》編撰國際學術研討會論文集, edited by Wu Guangzheng 吳光正 and Miaofan fashi 妙凡法師, vol. 3, 393–403. Kaohsiung: Foguang chubanshe, 2019.
  • Clart, Philip together with Christoph Kleine: “Part VII: Religion and Religious Movements: Introduction.” In The Routledge Handbook of Transregional Studies, edited by Matthias Middell, 425–427. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, 2019.
  • Kaske, Elisabeth: “The Pitfalls of Transnational Distinction: A Royal Exchange of Honors and Contested Sovereignty in Late Qing China,” in China and the World—the World and China—A transcultural Perspective, ed. by Joachim Gentz, Natascha Gentz, Barbara Mittler, Catherine Vance Yeh. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag, 2019, vol. 2, 137-169.
  • Kaske, Elisabeth: “Taxation, Trust, and Government Debt: State-Elite Relations in Sichuan, 1850–1911“. Modern Chinavol. 45, no. 3, May 2019, 239–94.
  • Schatz, Merle: “¡NOSOTROS NO COMEMOS SUS COSAS!” Comida blanca e identidad en Mongolia Interior. ISTOR. Revista de Historia Internacional. 2019, 57–64.

 

Reviews

Pelzer, Thorben (review of): “Karl, Rebecca E. The Magic of Concepts. History and the Economic in Twentieth-century China,” Connections. A Journal for Historians and Area Specialists, 2019.

Bücher

Ming-Qing yilai shanshu congbian (chuji) 明清以來善書叢編 初輯.

Edited by Wang Chien-chuan 王見川, Philip Clart 柯若樸, Hou Chong 侯沖, and Fan Chunwu 范純武.
Taipei: Xinwenfeng, 2018. (18 vols.)
ISBN 978-957-17-2293-1

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Artikel

  • Clart, Philip: “The Mingxin baojian 明心寶鑑 (Precious Mirror for Enlightening the Mind) and Its Transmission in the West.” In Ming-Qing yilai shanshu congbian (chuji)明清以來善書叢編初輯. Edited with Wang Chien-chuan 王見川, Hou Chong 侯沖, and Fan Chunwu 范純武, vol. 1, 13–29. Taipei: Xinwenfeng, 2018. (18 vols.)
  • Clart, Philip: “Yīguàn Dào.” In Handbook of East Asian New Religious Movements, edited by Lukas Pokorny & Franz Winter, 429–450. Leiden: E.J. Brill, 2018.
  • Kaske, Elisabeth: “Austerity in Times of War: Government Finance in Early Nineteenth-century China,” Special Issue on War, Taxes and Finance in the Long Eighteenth Century,Financial History Review, vol. 25, no. 1, April 2018, 71–96.

  • Kaske, Elisabeth: “Sichuan as a Pivot: Provincial Politics and Gentry Power in Late Qing Railway Projects in Southwestern China,” in Southwest China in a Regional and Global Perspective (c. 1600 - 1911): Metals, Transport, Trade and Society, ed. by Ulrich Theobald and Jin Cao, Leiden: Brill, 2018, 379–423.

 

Reviews

Clart, Philip: (book review of) Wei-Ping Lin, Materializing Magic Power: Chinese Popular Religion in Villages and Cities. Harvard-Yenching Institute Monograph Series 97. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Asia Center, 2016. History of Religions 58, no. 1 (2018): 89–91.

Pelzer, Thorben: (review of) “Maggie Clinton. Revolutionary Nativism. Fascism and Culture in China, 1925–1937, Durham: Duke University Press 2017, 268 p.,” Comparativ 28 (6), 2018: 117–119.