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Journal of Asian Studies (2018) 77 (3): 593–609.
Published: 01 August 2018
... and for the interpretation of this particular dream. In particular, it shows that trees seen in the dream predict the Zhou conquest of Shang, and the subsequent Shang acquiescence to Zhou rule. It also notes that this discovery simultaneously confirms the antiquity of this text, but also calls into question the dominant...
Journal of Asian Studies (1998) 57 (4): 1137–1138.
Published: 01 November 1998
..., Shaughnessy argues that two texts thought to have been composed late in the Eastern Zhou in fact preserve authentic material from the 1138 THE JOURNAL OF ASIAN STUDIES early Western Zhou. In "'New' Evidence on the Zhou Conquest" he proposes that the "Shi fu" chapter of the Yi Zhou shu is in fact the true "Wu...
Journal of Asian Studies (1998) 57 (4): 1138–1140.
Published: 01 November 1998
...Melanie Manion 1138 THE JOURNAL OF ASIAN STUDIES early Western Zhou. In "'New' Evidence on the Zhou Conquest" he proposes that the "Shi fu" chapter of the Yi Zhou shu is in fact the true "Wu cheng" chapter of the Shangshu (the present guwen version of which chapter is a late forgery), and draws...
Journal of Asian Studies (1985) 44 (4): 810–811.
Published: 01 August 1985
... arrived at a date for the Zhou Conquest (January 15, 1045 B.C reign-dates for all of the Western Zhou kings, and absolute dates for the bronze inscriptions, the interpretation of which then provides the means for his historical reconstruction of the period. Although Nivison's methodology is surely...
Journal of Asian Studies (1992) 51 (3): 587–599.
Published: 01 August 1992
... is the primary image informing this hexagram pair, I think this image came, in turn, to portend the failing relations between the Shang and Zhou peoples. With the eventual Zhou conquest of Shang (in 1045 B.C the more general notion of role reversal seen in "Guimei" hexagram's contrast between the primary bride...
Journal of Asian Studies (2018) 77 (2): 295–314.
Published: 01 May 2018
... keenly. Texts such as the Book of Odes , compiled in its present form many centuries after the Zhou conquest but including odes plausibly dated to near that time, suggest that the Zhou people had only recently adopted sedentary lifestyles (Shaughnessy 1999 , 300–302). In fact, some argue, the Zhou...
Journal of Asian Studies (2012) 71 (2): 475–497.
Published: 01 May 2012
... to examine the validity of Wang Fu and his followers' ideas, because Korean scholars have relied on various textual` references to the “Eastward Migration of Kija to Chosŏn” after the Zhou conquest of the Shang in 1045 bce as key evidence for the antiquity of Chosŏn. Kija is then said to have become...
Journal of Asian Studies (1992) 51 (1): 147–149.
Published: 01 February 1992
...David D. Buck New Perspectives on Chu Culture during the Eastern Zhou Period . Edited by Thomas Lawton . Princeton : Princeton University Press , 1991 . xvi, 211 pp. $39.95 (cloth); $19.95 (paper). Copyright © The Association for Asian Studies, Inc. 1992 1992 BOOK REVIEWS CHINA...
Journal of Asian Studies (1996) 55 (4): 829–850.
Published: 01 November 1996
... of Manchu, Mongol, or Han descent, were part of a privileged hereditary elite whose titles and favored access to office stemmed from the achievements of their ancestors during the conquest period (Yang and Zhou 1986). Eunuchs, who had dominated palace administration during the preceding dynasty, were...
Journal of Asian Studies (2015) 74 (3): 735–737.
Published: 01 August 2015
... theory; the application of Zhou dynasty philosophy to modernization; the promotion of local self-government; and historical documentation of the Ming-Qing transition, of great relevance for advocates of revolution. Among these debates, the “Western origin of Chinese civilization” theory, or Sino...
Journal of Asian Studies (1994) 53 (1): 156–158.
Published: 01 February 1994
..., and later Eastern Zhou and Han texts. The danger, of course, of using later texts is that these are written with a different cultural attitude and can impose chronological biases. Although there is a dearth of mythological references in Shang and Western Zhou texts that is due, in large part...
Journal of Asian Studies (2007) 66 (2): 544–546.
Published: 01 May 2007
..., peppered their writings with references to ancient Zhou and medieval Tang times. Although there is no evidence of how these allusions were used in negotiations with the Qing, Des Forges finds it significant that writers eschewed allusions to the “extreme populism” of early Ming or Han in favor of Zhou...
Journal of Asian Studies (1997) 56 (1): 187–191.
Published: 01 February 1997
... to the Confucian co-optation of the categories in the late Zhou and Han. The current debate over allegory is a replay of "a quarrel as old as the missionary beginning of European sinology" (p. 36). Matteo Ricci (1552 1610) used Confucian terminology in his translations of Christian texts, and Niccolo Longobardi...
Journal of Asian Studies (1987) 46 (4): 761–790.
Published: 01 November 1987
... deng nianbiao, 1796–1911 [Chronological tables for the regional generals, Banner commanders, and major officials of the Qing period, 1796–1911]. Beijing : Zhonghua Shuju . Yuanlian Zhou . 1980 . Qingchao kaiguo shi yanjiu [Studies on the history of the founding of the Qing dynasty...
Journal of Asian Studies (2004) 63 (3): 775–777.
Published: 01 August 2004
... R N A L O F A S I A N S T U D I E S but abandoned: the possibility of an intellectual history of the Spring and Autumn period (722 453 BCE) that convincingly bridges the gap between Western Zhou ritualism and the fth-century owering of the ideas associated with Confucius and his followers...
Journal of Asian Studies (2011) 70 (4): 979–982.
Published: 01 November 2011
... states: “To follow Mair again, the early states of Shang and Zhou probably were founded by steppe pastoralists from the northwest who differed from their Chinese subjects not only in ecology and culture, but race.” It is extremely gratifying that Lieberman integrated my thesis as a fundamental component...
Journal of Asian Studies (1994) 53 (3): 928–929.
Published: 01 August 1994
... under heavy Chu influence in eastern Sichuan, he introduces to Western readers the exciting recent archaeological discoveries in the region, particularly the finds in the Sanxiangdui site about forty kilometers north of Chengdu, which spanned the preShang, Shang, and early Western Zhou periods, (3000...
Journal of Asian Studies (1984) 43 (4): 631–665.
Published: 01 August 1984
... supporting the controversial regime. Later, after the government failed to hold the line against the Manchus, he starved himself to death by way of protest (Xie Guozhen 1957:50-52; Zhou Shiyong 2:5b; Yuan Jixian 1915-1920:7; Li Qing 1913, xia buyi\2b; Zhang Tingyu 1962-1963:2882, 3070; Gu Yanwu 1964:11-12...
Journal of Asian Studies (1989) 48 (4): 828–829.
Published: 01 November 1989
... (e.g., on Lin Biao's fall, p. 215) or information (e.g., that Deng brought back a hundred croissants from a trip to Paris in 1974 and on reaching Peking shared them with Zhou Enlai and others who had been students in France, p. 39). Franz persists in using Chinese words whose meaning he seems...
Journal of Asian Studies (1997) 56 (1): 191–193.
Published: 01 February 1997
... commentaries but in Zhou texts as well. An example is the "metal-bound coffer" episode in the Book of Documents and attributed to ode #155 (on the invasive owl), supposedly the ode placed in the coffer by the Duke of Zhou (pp. 139 47). History and poetry join here not just by intertextual reference...