An Ethnohistorical Dictionary of China, 1st Edition

  • James S. Olson Sam Houston State University
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  • ISBN-10: 1567508774
  • ISBN-13: 9781567508772
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 434 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 1998 | Published/Released November 2007
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 1998

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Overview

Designed to give readers a ready reference for background information on interpreting ethnic events in China. Provides essays on hundreds of Chinese ethnic groups, including ethnic groups living in the Republic of China on Taiwan.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Preface.
1: A Wa.
2: Achang.
3: Adi.
4: Ahi.
5: Aihui.
6: Akha.
7: Akho.
8: Aksu.
9: Alban.
10: Alshaa.
11: Altai.
12: Altaic.
13: Amdo.
14: Ami.
15: Amok.
16: Anung.
17: Apa Tani.
18: Asiluma.
19: Assamese.
20: Atayal.
21: Atayalic.
22: Axi.
23: Baheng.
24: Bai.
25: Baima.
26: Baisha.
27: Baiyi.
28: Bankeo.
29: Banlan.
30: Baocheng.
31: Baoxian.
32: Baozitong.
33: Baratilang.
34: Barga.
35: Bayan-Hongor.
36: Beijingese.
37: Beinan.
38: Beisijiu.
39: Bendi.
40: Benren.
41: Bhaktapur.
42: Bhotia.
43: Bhutanese.
44: Bi-Kaw.
45: Bingzhou.
46: Biyue.
47: Black Lahu.
48: Blang.
49: Boat People.
50: Bogar.
51: Boluozu Qiang.
52: Bon.
53: Bonan.
54: Bopa.
55: Bouyei.
56: Brabaw.
57: British.
58: Bugalat.
59: Bugur.
60: Bula.
61: Bulongkol.
62: Bunao.
63: Bunu.
64: Bunun.
65: Buroong.
66: Burusho.
67: Buryat.
68: Butha.
69: Byau Min Yao.
70: Byryugsoli.
71: Canglo Moinba.
72: Central Ami.
73: Central De’ang.
74: Chakhar.
75: Cham.
76: Chang.
77: Changgan.
78: Changjing.
79: Changyi.
80: Chaoshan.
81: Chelkan.
82: Che-Nung.
83: Chinese.
84: Chon.
85: Chong’anjiang Miao.
86: Christian.
87: Chuan Qian Dian.
88: Chuqu.
89: Chuzhou.
90: Coastal Ami.
91: Cooked Miao.
92: Cun.
93: Cuona.
94: Da Ka Va.
95: Dabao.
96: Dafla.
97: Dafulu.
98: Dahejia.
99: Dai.
100: Daija.
101: Dailu.
102: Daina.
103: Daina Daipeng.
104: Dard.
105: Datian.
106: Datong.
107: Daur.
108: Dbu.
109: Dbusgtsang.
110: De’ang.
111: Dehong Dai.
112: Dejing.
113: Deng.
114: Deori.
115: Diramiting.
116: Divergent Lahu.
117: Dolakha.
118: Dong.
119: Dong-Shui.
120: Dongsui.
121: Dongxiang.
122: Doni.
123: Draba.
124: Drung.
125: East Govi.
126: Eastern Kham.
127: Eastern Mandarin.
128: Ekhirit.
129: Emu.
130: En.
131: Enger.
132: Eni.
133: Ergong.
134: Ersu.
135: Eurasian.
136: Evenk.
137: Filipino.
138: Fuche.
139: Fucheng.
140: Fuguang.
141: Fularji.
142: Funing.
143: Fusa.
144: Gan.
145: Gankui.
146: Gansu Bonan.
147: Gao’an.
148: Gaori.
149: Gaoshan.
150: Gaoyang.
151: Garia.
152: Ge.
153: Gejia.
154: Gelao.
155: Getsuo.
156: Gongshan.
157: Goulou.
158: Govi-Altay.
159: Gtsang.
160: Guangfu.
161: Guangzhouese.
162: Guari.
163: Gubei.
164: Guibian.
165: Guichong.
166: Guma.
167: Guozhou.
168: Gurung.
169: Guyiang Miao.
170: Gyarung.
171: Ha.
172: Ha-Ai.
173: Hailar.
174: Hainan Yao.
175: Hakei Gelao.
176: Hakka.
177: Han.
178: Han Chinese Culturalism.
179: Early History and Territorial Expansion.
180: Neolithic China.
181: Painted and Black Pottery Cultures.
182: The Three Dynasties of Xia, Shang, and Zhou.
183: The Zhou Dynasty.
184: Confucianism.
185: Spring-and-Autumn and Warring States Periods.
186: Qin Unification.
187: The Han Dynasty.
188: Buddhism.
189: Sui and Tang Reunification of China.
190: Song Dynasty.
191: Yuan Dynasty.
192: Ming Dynasty.
193: Qing Dynasty.
194: The Republican Era.

Meet the Author

Author Bio

James S. Olson

James Olson has been chair of the history department at Sam Houston State University since 1988. Recipient of the university's Excellence in Teaching and Excellence in Research awards in past years, Dr. Olson last year was named Distinguished Professor, the highest academic rank in the university. He currently teaches courses on the Vietnam War, World War II, and a variety of other topics in twentieth-century American history. Dr. Olson is the author, co-author, or editor of over twenty books, including THE ETHNIC DIMENSION IN U.S. HISTORY; SAVING CAPITALISM: THE RECONSTRUCTION FINANCE CORPORATION AND THE NEW DEAL, 1933-1940; CATHOLIC IMMIGRANTS IN AMERICA; WINNING IS THE ONLY THING: SPORTS IN AMERICA SINCE 1945; and WHERE THE DOMINO FELL: AMERICAN AND VIETNAM, 1945 to 1990. His most recent book, JOHN WAYNE: AMERICAN, co-authored with Randy Roberts, has attracted major public as well as scholarly attention and recently won the National Book Award of the Popular Culture Association. He is currently finishing a history of breast cancer.