By Tiberiu Weisz
Part I comprises the hot annotated translation and strains the unique chinese language textual content to biblical resources. half II examines the starting place of the group, their first stumble upon with the chinese language, their commitment to the Temple and their existence as Jews within the sea of chinese language tradition. integrated are many Hebrew assets and unique chinese language works which are translated right here for the 1st time which spotlight the cross-cultural currents that challenged the Israelites in China. It takes the reader into uncharted territory of the Jews in historic China."
By Gregg A. Brazinsky
Expanding the framework of conventional diplomatic background, Brazinsky examines not just state-to-state kin, but additionally the social and cultural interactions among americans and South Koreans. He indicates how Koreans tailored, resisted, and remodeled American impression and promoted socioeconomic switch that appropriate their very own aspirations. eventually, Brazinsky argues, Koreans' potential to tailor American associations and ideas to their very own reasons used to be an important consider the making of a democratic South Korea.
By Purnima Mankekar,Louisa Schein
Judith Farquhar examines how health and wellbeing magazines function resources of either scientific details and erotic titillation to readers in city China. Tom Boellstorff analyzes how queer zines produced in Indonesia build the connection among same-sex hope and citizenship. Purnima Mankekar examines the rearticulation of commodity have an effect on, erotics, and kingdom on Indian tv. Louisa Schein describes how portrayals of Hmong girls in movies shot in Laos create wants for the place of origin between audience within the diaspora. Taken jointly, the essays provide clean insights into learn on gender, erotics, media, and Asia transnationally conceived.
Contributors. Anne Allison, Tom Boellstorff, Nicole Constable, Heather Dell, Judith Farquhar, Sarah L. Friedman, Martin F. Manalansan IV, Purnima Mankekar, Louisa Schein, Everett Yuehong Zhang
By Young-tsu Wong
By Rishi Singh
Explores some of the most the most important factors leading to the non-Islamic paradigm in the political and social textile of Punjab—the emergence of a Sikh ‘space’ from the time of creation of the gurus.
This publication examines the Punjab kingdom lower than Maharaja Ranjit Singh and his rightful domination over the majority Muslim subjects.
The conversion of Punjabis either from Hindu and Muslim backgrounds to Sikhism started to create problems for the Muslim elites in Punjab, even though Muslim and Sikh leaderships engaged with each one other. The booklet strains how Ranjit Singh derived legitimacy from Muslim matters in 5 the most important parts of governance: faith, justice, military, agrarian coverage and the formation of recent Muslim elites.
By Dale Scarboro
Exam Board: Non-specific
First instructing: September 2015
First examination: June 2016
Think extra deeply and paintings extra independently at a degree background via a gently thought-out enquiry technique from SHP.
Enquiring historical past: It makes you think!
The OFSTED document on college background means that the present iteration of a degree scholars were poorly served by means of exam-based textbooks which spoon-feed scholars whereas failing to enthuse them or improve deeper understandings of learning History
The faculties background undertaking has risen to this problem with a brand new sequence for the following iteration. Enquiring historical past is SHP's clean method of complex point historical past that aims:
- To inspire and have interaction readers
- to assist readers imagine and achieve independence as learners
- To motivate enquiry, and deeper knowing of classes and the folks of the past
- to interact with present scholarship
- to arrange a degree scholars for university
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The Vietnam conflict in context
The Vietnam conflict used to be even more than simply a conflict. As a clash it used to be drawn out and lethal, yet within the background of the twentieth century its value is going well past these jungle encounters which were represented in such a lot of function motion pictures. The Vietnam battle was once additionally a watershed occasion within the tale of yankee overseas coverage and their try and comprise Communism.
This e-book examines how and why the americans received so interested in Vietnam and with what results. It additionally examines its courting to the Korean battle and to global conflict ; and the way the Vietnam event formed US international coverage over the next a long time and into the current.
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By Makarand R. Paranjape
Who is liable for the Mahatma’s loss of life? only one unmarried, yet determined, fanatic, the total ideology of Hindu nationalism, the ruling Congress-led executive whichfailed to guard him, or an enormous majority of Indians and their descendants who thought of Gandhi inappropriate? Such questions suggest that Gandhi, even after his tragic and brutal dying, maintains to hang-out India – possibly extra successfully in his afterlife than while he used to be alive.
The loss of life and Afterlife of Mahatma Gandhi is a groundbreaking and profound research of the assassination of the ‘father of the kingdom’ and its after-effects. Paranjape argues that one of these catastrophic occasion in the course of the very start pangs of a brand new state put a big burden of Oedipal guilt on Indians, and that that is why for the large repression of the homicide in India’s political psyche. the iconic effect of Gandhi is analysed, together with his spectral presence in Indian cinema. The ebook culminates in Paranjape’s studying of Gandhi’s final six months in Delhi, the place, from the very fringe of the grave, he wrought what used to be possibly his maximum miracle, the saving of Delhi and hence of India itself from internecine bloodshed.
This evocative and relocating meditation into the that means of the Mahatma’s dying may be suitable to students of Indian political and cultural heritage, in addition to people with an curiosity in Gandhi and modern India
By Leon G. Stevens
By Alexis Strong,Norma Strong
After the times of career, hunger and deprivation, the impressive tale of the way households stuck within the turmoil of warfare chanced on their will to stay, to withstand the invaders and finally, win their freedom.
By Robert Barnes