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A short course of lectures
«Food and Environment in Early and Medieval China»





The Origins of AgricultureEarly Farming in ChinaMeanwhile in Central Asia . .. Another NeolithicAnimalsDynastic Consolidation Under HanForestsThe Later NeolithicTang Environment and FarmingConcepts of NatureMing and Impossible RuleWhy Study the Chinese Food System?Environmental HistoryMoralityHan Food and MedicineThe Dawn of Domesticated GrainIdeology and BehaviorThe Earliest DynastiesSui and TangHan FoodwaysFood Under the MongolsOverview: Imperial China Managing LandscapesThe End of the Mongol Information SuperhighwayThe Yinshan ZhengyaoPlaces of Origin of Major MedicináisThe Systematization of Environmental Management in HanMing Learning and DevelopmentPREFACEThe Mongols and the Yuan DynastyA Bit About LanguagesDuring and After . ..The World-System ModelPrehistoric Origins Across EurasiaThe Mongol Empire and Knowledge Flows Within ItModern Folk Views Continued Much of the Old IdeologyCivilization?Explaining FoodwaysLater Zhou and the Warring StatesThe Huihui YaofangChinas Early AgriculturePatterns and PastsThe Moral: Chinese and Western Medicines UnitedUSAGEThree Kingdoms and Northern and Southern DynastiesMing Fails in the West but Thrives in the SoutheastMongol Rule in ChinaTang FoodThe Development of Chinese Sustainability During Zhou and HanCosmologyFoods from the West: Medieval ChinaTang Culture and PoetryCentral Asia in Tang TimesPhilosophy and Politics: Origins of Chinese TraditionsHan Central AsiaThe Origins of Chinese CivilizationMedicináis: Numbers and ClassificationChina Before AgricultureWords for KnowingShifting Grounds in MingLiao and JinA Bit About Physical AncestryDiffusion, Cultural Choice, and Chinese Distinctiveness
 
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