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The Tongking Gulf through history

Nola Cooke

The Tongking Gulf through history

by Nola Cooke

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

    Subjects:
  • Commerce,
  • Congresses,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Nola Cooke, Li Tana, and James A. Anderson
    SeriesEncounters with Asia
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHF3800.5.Z7 C687 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 222 p. :
    Number of Pages222
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25004557M
    ISBN 109780812243369
    LC Control Number2011021575

    Home» ANU Research» ANU Scholarly Output» ANU Research Publications» Introduction: The Tongking Gulf Through History: A Geopolitical Overview Introduction: The Tongking Gulf Through History: A Geopolitical Overview. Tonkin, also spelled Tongkin, Tonquin or Tongking, is an exonym referring to the northern region of the 17th and 18th centuries, this term referred to the domain Đàng Ngoài under Trịnh lords' control, including both the Northern and Thanh-Nghệ regions, north of the Gianh to early , this term was used for the French protectorate of Tonkin, .

    TONGKING, a province of French Indo-China, and protectorate of France, situated between 20° and ° N. and ° and ° E., and bounded N. by the Chinese provinces of Kwang-Tung, Kwang-Si and Yun-nan, W. by Laos, S. by Annam, and E. by the Gulf of Tongking. The Tongking Gulf Through History Edited by Nola Cooke, Li Tana, and James A. Anderson. | pages | Cloth $ Asian Studies / History View main book page. Table of Contents. Preface. Introduction. The Tongking Gulf Through History: A Geopolitical Overview —Li Tana. PART I. THE JIAOZHI ERA IN ARCHAEOLOGY AND HISTORY 1.

    Tongking Gulf under Reconquest? proclaimed, and though it regularly sent tributary envoys to Ming China every three years. It achieved great prosperity as an autonomous Vietnamese polity during the rest of the century, especially under the reign of Lê Tư Thành 黎思 誠 (–), posthumously called Thánh Tông 聖宗, who made. Two million steps through history At its heart, this very readable book is about the people McCarron encounters Published: Janu Reviewed by Omar ShariffDeputy GCC/Middle East Editor.


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Drawing on fresh historical insights and recent archaeological research in northern Vietnam and southern China, The Tongking Gulf Through History reveals that this region has long been a center of cultural, political, and economic exchange. From a historical point of view, contributors argue, the Gulf of Tongking has come full circle.5/5(1).

Drawing on fresh historical insights and recent archaeological research in northern Vietnam and southern China, The Tongking Gulf Through History reveals that this region has long been a center of cultural, political, and economic exchange. From a historical point of view, contributors argue, the Gulf of Tongking has come full circle.

The Tongking Gulf Through History Edited by Nola Cooke, Li Tana, and James A. Anderson. pages | 6 x 9 | 27 illus.

Cloth | ISBN | $s | Outside the Americas £ Ebook editions are available from selected online vendors A volume in the series Encounters with Asia View table of contents "An informative picture of trade, economic, and.

Drawing on fresh historical insights and recent archaeological research in northern Vietnam and southern China, The Tongking Gulf Through History reveals that this region has long been a center of cultural, political, and economic exchange.

From a historical point of view, contributors argue, the Gulf of Tongking has come full circle. The Tongking Gulf Through History Book Description: Sincea series of significant developments has been unfolding in the area of the Tongking Gulf under the rubric of an ambitious project called "Two Corridors and One Rim.".

I The Jiaozhi Era in Archaeology and History Textile Crafts in the Gulf of Tongking: The Intersection of Archaeology and History / Judith Cameron Jiaozhi (Giao Chi) in the Han Period Tongking Gulf / Li Tana Han Period Glass Vessels in the Early Tongking Gulf Region / Brigitte Borell "The People in Between": The Li and Lao from.

Get this from a library. The Tongking Gulf through history. [James Anderson; Tana Li; Nola Cooke;] -- This two-thousand-year history of the Tongking Gulf draws on fresh archaeological and historical insights to bridge a significant gap in studies on Southeast Asia and China. The Tongking Gulf Through History: rowing the book’s central interest to the gulf waters, shores, and immediate hin-terland of the contemporary Vi nh Bă c Bô, we hoped to illuminate more clearly those intermeshed patterns that most readily reveal the outlines of the long.

The Tongking Gulf Through History Nola Cooke, Tana Li, James A. Anderson Sincea series of significant developments has been unfolding in the area of the Tongking Gulf under the rubric of an ambitious project called "Two Corridors and One Rim.".

Drawing on fresh historical insights and recent archaeological research in northern Vietnam and southern China, The Tongking Gulf Through History reveals that this region has long been a centre of cultural, political, and economic exchange. From a historical point of view, contributors argue, the Gulf of Tongking has come full circle.

The Gulf of Tongking Through History" was held in Nanning, in Marchjointly organized by the Australian National University and the Guangxi Academy of Social Sciences. The Tongking Gulf through History. Citation Information. The Tongking Gulf Through History. Edited by Cooke, Nola / Li, Tana / Anderson, James A.

University of Pennsylvania Press. The Tongking Gulf Through History. by Cooke, Nola / Li, Tana / Anderson, James A. Book Book Series. Overview. Aims and Scope. This two-thousand-year history of the Tongking Gulf draws on fresh archaeological and historical insights to bridge a significant gap in studies on Southeast Asia and China.

Details. The Tongking Gulf Through History: A Geopolitical Overview -Li Tana PART I. THE JIAOZHI ERA IN ARCHAEOLOGY AND HISTORY 1. Textile Crafts in the Gulf of Tongking: The Intersection of Archaeology and History -Judith Cameron 2. Jiaozhi (Giao Chi) in the Han Period Tongking Gulf -Li Tana 3.

Han Period Glass Vessels in the Early Tongking Gulf Region. The Tongking Gulf through History. This book, co-edited by Nola Cooke, Li Tana, and James A. Anderson, uses the Tonking Gulf as the focal point for scholarship about the territorial and coastal linkages binding the northern Vietnamese and southern Chinese regions from the Neolithic period to the nineteenth century.

Applying this regional perspective, The Tongking Gulf through history highlights the lively history of the Gulf prior to the French colonial era.

This important book not only views the history of the Gulf from 'a horizontal angle', as the editors state, but it also combines a diachronic and synchronic approach in its two parts. the tongking gulf through history nhatbookz 03/08/ No Comments ebook English Nola Cooke Sách pdf The Tongking Gulf Through History University of Pennsylvania Press vịnh Bắc Bộ The Tongking Gulf Through History.

The Tongking Gulf Through History. Edited by Nola Cooke, Li Tana, and James A. Anderson. Philadelphia: The University of Pennsylvania Press, x, pp. $ Sincea series of significant developments has been unfolding in the area of the Tongking Gulf under the rubric of an ambitious project called "Two Corridors and One Rim." Proposed by Vietnam in and enthusiastically embraced by China, the project is designed to link their shared shores and hinterlands by superhighways and high-speed rail.

An area that had. In The Tongking Gulf Through History, ed. He is coeditor with Nola Cooke and Li Tana of The Tongking Gulf Through History (). Distinguishing between China and Vietnam: three relational equilibriums in Sino-Vietnamese relations.

At this point, U.S. involvement in Vietnam remained largely in the background. But in the pre-dawn hours of JU.S.-backed patrol boats shelled two North Vietnamese islands in the Gulf.The Gulf of Tonkin incident (Vietnamese: Sự kiện Vịnh Bắc Bộ), also known as the USS Maddox incident, was an international confrontation that led to the United States engaging more directly in the Vietnam involved confrontation between ships of North Vietnam and the United States in the waters of the Gulf of original American report blamed North Vietnam for both.