Empire in Asia: A New Global History: From Chinggisid to Qing

Empire in Asia: A New Global History: From Chinggisid to Qing

by Jack Fairey, Brian P. Farrell

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ISBN-13: 9781472591227
Publisher: Bloomsbury USA
Publication date: 06/28/2018
Series: Empire in Asia
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 304
File size: 30 MB
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About the Author

Jack Fairey was Ted & Elaine Athanassiades Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at the Program in Hellenic Studies at Princeton in 2005-2006, and has previously taught at the National University of Singapore, Singapore and Queens University, Canada and York University, Canada. His most recent publication is The Great Powers and Orthodox Christendom: The Crisis over the Eastern Church in the Era of the Crimean War (2015).

Brian P. Farrell is Professor of Military History at the National University of Singapore, Singapore. His publications include The Defence and Fall of Singapore, 1940-1942 (2005), The Basis and Making of British Grand Strategy 1940-43 (1998) and Between Two Oceans: A Military History of Singapore from 1275 to 1971 (1999).

Table of Contents

Series Introduction: Reordering an Imperial, Global, Modern Asia (Brian P. Farrell, National University of Singapore, Singapore and Jack Fairey, Independent Scholar)
Volume I Introduction: Making Imperial Asia (Brian P. Farrell, National University of Singapore, Singapore and Jack Fairey)
1. Inner Asia, 1100s – 1405: The Making of Chinggisid Eurasia (Florence Hodous, Renmin University, China)
2. The Great Ming and East Asia: The World Order of a Han-Centric Chinese Empire, 1368-1644 (Wang Jinping, National University of Singapore, Singapore)
3. East Asia under the Expanding Qing (Frederik Vermote, California State University, Fresno, USA)
4. Southwest Asia, 1300-1800: Ottomans, Safavids and the Turco-Persianate Imperial Tradition (Jack Fairey, Independent Scholar)
5. South Asia, 1400-1800: The Mughal Empire and the Turco-Persianate Imperial Tradition (Murari K. Jha, Nalanda University, India)
6. Northern Eurasia, 1300-1800: Russian Imperial Practice from Tsardom to Empire (Paul Werth, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, USA)
7. In Search of 'Empire' in Mainland Southeast Asia (Bruce Lockhart, National University of Singapore, Singapore)
8.In Search of 'Empire' in the Insular Malay World (Sher Banu Khan, National University of Singapore, Singapore)
9. Iberian Maritime Asia, 1497-1700s: The Portuguese and Spanish Empires in Asia (Anthony Disney, La Trobe University, Australia)
10. Chartered Companies and Empire (Peter Borschberg, National University of Singapore, Singapore)
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