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India, China, Tibet: Cultural Relations

ASNS2627 Lecture 13: wk 13 Life at Sea & Life at Port
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Lecture notes -French forces stormed cartagena of the indies in may 1697. Commander baron de pointis-in return he would take the crows usual one-fifth interests. Peace rumors restricted the flow of advances- crew included ...

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ASNS2627 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: India International Centre, Historical Sociology, Zeev Maoz
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Why should we read about China-India interactions? Week 12: Why should we read about China-India interactions? Introduction to the Course structure, learning outcomes and module requirements To understand different perspec...

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ASNS2627 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Peter Van Der Veer, Sinology, Indology
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find more resources at oneclass.com Week 10: I ndian and Chinese religion and the conversion to modernity Essential Readings: *Peter van der Veer, The Modern Spirit of Asia, Chapters 2-3, 35-89. Additional...

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ASNS2627 Lecture 9: Week 9_ Temples
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Week 9: Indian temples and Chinese temples in Southeast Asia: comparative networks -the secular. At one level the term refers to the separation of state and church. This makes sense only in the West, where one has the Chri...

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ASNS2627 Lecture 8: Week 8_ Rethinking Silk Route_ From the Past to the Present
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find more resources at oneclass.com Week 8: Rethinking Silk Route: From the Past to the Present The idea of the Silk Road has been revived under the grand economic project, Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) of China th...

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ASNS2627 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Chinese Folk Religion, Folk Religion, Phenylalanine
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Week 7: Chinese popular religion the missionary project in India and China in the nineteenth century, but will emphasize the imperial and anti-imperial aspects Christian missionaries played an extraordinary role in setting...

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ASNS2627 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Tang Dynasty, Marine Salvage, Srivijaya
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The Tang Dynasty and Its Contemporaries in Southeast Asia, India, and the Islamic World. Srivijaya, Java, Pre-Angkor Cambodia, the Palas, Cholas, Abbasids, and Persians. Was it worthwhile for Singapore to purchase this car...

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ASNS2627 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Mansur Shah Of Malacca, Malay Annals, Raja Chulan
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The Rise of Singapore and Early Chinese Immigrants. 4. Why did SingaporeTemasek appear in the early 14th century? Why not sooner? Describe the evolutionary process that led to its appearance at that juncture of history, an...

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ASNS2627 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Yuan Dynasty, Northern And Southern Dynasties, Southern Ocean
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Malay Ports After Sriwijaya: Malayu, Kota Cina. Tang dynasty: -The southern dynasties came to an end with the reunification of china in AD 581. Southern ocean trade continued to expand after the tang dynasty in AD 618. Yan...

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ASNS2627 Lecture 2: WK2 Maritime environments and their hinterlands
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Maritime environments and their hinterlands The Formation of the Trading Cycle of the Asian Ocean. 1. Archaeological research shows that local sailors had developed a high degree of nautical expertise in the waters of the ...

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ASNS2627 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: South China Sea Islands, Territorial Disputes In The South China Sea, Paracel Islands
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Week 1 The Political Geographies of the Sea: *Schofield, C. (2009) Dangerous Ground: A Geopolitical Overview of the South China Sea in Bateman, S. and Emmers, R (eds) Security and International Politics in the South China ...

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ASNS2627 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Indian Chinese Cuisine, Cultural Assimilation, List Of Indian Spices
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Week 9: China Towns in India: A case study of Calcutta One of the least studied aspects of the China-India interactions is the study on the respective diasporic communities in India and China. This lecture will focus on ...

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ASNS2627 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Chinese Tea, International Political Economy, Recession
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Week 8: Opium and Tea: Economic game changers under Imperial expansion The Asian giants, China and India have had a unique paradigm of interactions under the colonial domination of the British rulers. The China trade under...

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ASNS2627 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: India International Centre, Historical Sociology, Appeasement
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Why should we read about China-India interactions? Introduction to the Course structure, learning outcomes and module requirements (JB) Week 1: Why should we read about China-India interactions? Introduction to the Cour...

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ASNS2627 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Peter Van Der Veer, Indus Valley Civilisation, Victor H. Mair
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Week 2: Chinese and Indian Early History and Mythology, early trade, the spread of Buddhism . Essential Readings: Tansen Sen, Buddhism in Ancient History, xi-xxx, in Tansen Sen, Buddhism Across Asia, Singapore: 2014: ISEAS...

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