Germany and China : transnational encounters since the eighteenth century / edited by Joanne Miyang Cho and David M. Crowe
"Combining transcultural and comparative approaches, the essays collected here exemplify the best work being done in the emerging field of German-Asian studies. Here, a range of specialists examine the varied, multi-faceted ties between not only the various German states and China over the past two centuries, but also the more personal nature of such relationships during this important period in both these countries' histories. They cover a range of topics including economics, geography, history, human rights, philosophy, literature, politics, and religion. For the first time, they offer the reader a unique look at the role that each of these subjects played in developing what is today a very unique relationship between two of the world's most important political and economic powers"-- Provided by publisher.
- New York, NY : Palgrave Macmillan, 2014
Includes bibliographical references and index
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