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The Blacks of premodern China

Don J. Wyatt

The Blacks of premodern China

by Don J. Wyatt

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Published by University of Pennsylvania Press in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Blacks -- China -- History -- To 1500,
  • Africans -- China -- History -- To 1500,
  • Slavery -- China -- Guangzhou -- History -- To 1500,
  • China -- Relations -- Africa,
  • Africa -- Relations -- China,
  • China -- Race relations,
  • Guangzhou (China) -- Race relations

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Other titlesBlacks of pre-modern China
    StatementDon J. Wyatt.
    SeriesEncounters with Asia, Encounters with Asia
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS731.B55 W93 2010
    The Physical Object
    Pagination198 p. :
    Number of Pages198
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24116673M
    ISBN 100812241932
    ISBN 109780812241938
    LC Control Number2009033102

    Don Wyatt, The Blacks of Premodern China, chapter 1. [ASU ebook] Hazel Petrie, “Decoding the Colours of Rank in Maori Society: What Might They Tell Us About Perceptions of War Captives?” The Journal of the Polynesian Society (): Sept. Assignment due (pm on Canvas), Response #2 for weeks 4–6. About this Item: Diasporic Africa Press 4/6/, Paperback or Softback. Condition: New. A History of Overseas Chinese in Africa to Book. Seller Inventory # BBS

    The authors discuss the absence of women in the Confucian canonical tradition and examine the presence of women in politics, family, education, and art in premodern China, Korea, and Japan. What emerges is a concept of Confucianism that is dynamic instead of monolithic in shaping the cultures of East Asian societies.5/5(1).   "Wyatt, Don J. Blacks in Premodern China (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, ), pp., $, ISBN 0 8." published on 01 Jan by : Kwangmin Kim.

    slaves to China. Although historians have studied the African slave trade extensively, particularly the export ofWest African slaves to the Americas after , a much smaller body of research focuses on the premodern East African slave trade, and fewer sources still mention black slaves in China. From the eighth to the fourteenth centuries; the. Zhu Fan Zhi (simplified Chinese: 诸蕃志; traditional Chinese: 諸蕃志; pinyin: Zhū Fān Zhì; Wade–Giles: Chu-fan-chi), variously translated as A Description of Barbarian Nations, Records of Foreign People, or other similar titles, is a 13th-century Song Dynasty work by Zhao work is a collection of descriptions of countries and various products from outside China, and it is.


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Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Premodern Chinese described a great variety of the peoples t /5. The Blacks of Premodern China describes the earliest Chinese encounters with peoples regarded as black.

It focuses on the first exposure of Chinese to blacks hailing from East Africa, chiefly from today's Somalia, Kenya, and Tanzania, who arrived in China as slaves between the.

In The Blacks of Premodern China, Don J. Wyatt presents the previously unexamined story of the earliest Chinese encounters with this succession of peoples they have historically regarded as black.

A series of maritime expeditions along the East African coastline during the early fifteenth century is by far the best known and most documented Cited by: The Blacks of Premodern China describes the earliest Chinese encounters with peoples regarded as black.

It focuses on the first exposure of Chinese to blacks hailing from East Africa, chiefly from today's Somalia, Kenya, and Tanzania, who arrived in China as slaves between the seventh and seventeenth centuries C.E. Read more. The premodern saga of dealings between Chinese and blacks concludes with the arrival in China of Portuguese and Spanish traders and Italian clerics with their black slaves in tow.

In Chinese writings of the time, the presence of the slaves of the Europeans becomes known only through sketchy mentions of black : Premodern Chinese described a great variety of the peoples they encountered as "black." The earliest and most frequent of these encounters were with their Southeast Asian neighbors, specifically the Malayans.

But by the midimperial times of the seventh through seventeenth centuries C.E., exposure to peoples from Africa, chiefly slaves arriving from the area of modern Somalia, Kenya, and.

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Throughout the book’s three chapters (“From History’s Mints,” “The Slaves of Guangzhou,” and “To the End of the Western Sea”) the author sifts various pieces of historical evidence and queries and.

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Frank Dikötter drew attention to modern Chinese attitudes to blacks in The Discourse of Race in Modern China (); Wyatt's book attempts something similar for the premodern period, with the scrappiest of sources. Although he does not reassess evidence already treated in the tiny body of existing work on the topic, he analyzes in detail what Author: Naomi Standen.

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