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Eurasian Transformations,Tenth to Thirteenth Centuries: Crystallizations,Divergences,Renaissances (Hardback)

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ISBN 10: 9004143106 / ISBN 13: 9789004143104
Edité par Brill, Netherlands, 2004
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Language: English . Brand New Book. This volume which also appeared as a special issue of Medieval Encounters deals with transformations of the major Eurasian civilizations in the early second millennium CE, and with the question of contrasts, parallels and connections between the different trajectories that took shape during this period. An introductory section discusses the theoretical problems of comparative analysis, with particular reference to formative phases of cultural crystallization. The first main thematic section focuses on European developments. The emergence of Western Christendom as a distinctive civilization is analyzed in a broader Eurasian context. Other contributions examine the Europeanization of northern and eastern peripheries, as well as the different course of events in the Byzantine world. The last section covers socio-cultural changes in non-European regions - the Islamic world, India, China and Japan - and concludes with a discussion of the Eurasian empire created by the Mongols. With contributions by Thomas Lindkvist; Sverre Bagge; Paul Jakov Smith; Paul Stephenson; Mikael Adolphson; Dr. Michal Biran; Said A. Arjomand; Gabor Klaniczay; R. I. Moore; Sheldon Pollock. N° de réf. du libraire AAN9789004143104

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Titre : Eurasian Transformations,Tenth to Thirteenth...

Éditeur : Brill, Netherlands

Date d'édition : 2004

Reliure : Hardback

Etat du livre :New

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This volume which also appeared as a special issue of Medieval Encounters deals with transformations of the major Eurasian civilizations in the early second millennium CE, and with the question of contrasts, parallels and connections between the different trajectories that took shape during this period. An introductory section discusses the theoretical problems of comparative analysis, with particular reference to formative phases of cultural crystallization. The first main thematic section focuses on European developments. The emergence of Western Christendom as a distinctive civilization is analyzed in a broader Eurasian context. Other contributions examine the Europeanization of northern and eastern peripheries, as well as the different course of events in the Byzantine world. The last section covers socio-cultural changes in non-European regions - the Islamic world, India, China and Japan - and concludes with a discussion of the Eurasian empire created by the Mongols. With contributions by Thomas Lindkvist; Sverre Bagge; Paul Jakov Smith; Paul Stephenson; Mikael Adolphson; Dr. Michal Biran; Said A. Arjomand; Gabor Klaniczay; R. I. Moore; Sheldon Pollock.

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Johann P. Arnason, Dr. Habil. (1975) in Sociology, University of Bielefeld, is Professor Emeritus of Sociology at La Trobe University, Melbourne. He has published extensively on social theory and historical sociology, including Civilizations in Dispute (Brill, 2003). Bjorn Wittrock, Ph.D. (1974) is University Professor at Uppsala University and Principal of the Swedish Collegium for Advanced Study in the Social Sciences, Uppsala. He has published extensively in the fields of intellectual history, historical social science and social theory.

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