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





Diffusion, Cultural Choice, and Chinese DistinctivenessA Bit About Physical AncestryThe Development of Chinese Sustainability During Zhou and HanUSAGETang Culture and PoetryThe Origins of AgricultureHan FoodwaysMedicináis: Numbers and ClassificationThree Kingdoms and Northern and Southern DynastiesAnimalsConcepts of NatureThe Mongol Empire and Knowledge Flows Within ItMing Fails in the West but Thrives in the SoutheastHan Food and MedicineDuring and After . ..The Earliest DynastiesChinas Early AgricultureChina Before AgricultureDynastic Consolidation Under HanMongol Rule in ChinaThe Mongols and the Yuan DynastyExplaining FoodwaysThe Yinshan ZhengyaoFoods from the West: Medieval ChinaMoralityForestsModern Folk Views Continued Much of the Old IdeologyThe Origins of Chinese CivilizationPrehistoric Origins Across EurasiaThe Later NeolithicWords for KnowingTang Environment and FarmingThe End of the Mongol Information SuperhighwayThe Moral: Chinese and Western Medicines UnitedMing and Impossible RuleCivilization?Environmental HistoryOverview: Imperial China Managing LandscapesThe Dawn of Domesticated GrainMeanwhile in Central Asia . .. Another NeolithicFood Under the MongolsMing Learning and DevelopmentPhilosophy and Politics: Origins of Chinese TraditionsShifting Grounds in MingA Bit About LanguagesTang FoodWhy Study the Chinese Food System?PREFACEIdeology and BehaviorPlaces of Origin of Major MedicináisSui and TangLater Zhou and the Warring StatesPatterns and PastsThe Systematization of Environmental Management in HanCosmologyHan Central AsiaEarly Farming in ChinaLiao and JinThe Huihui YaofangCentral Asia in Tang TimesThe World-System Model
 
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