6 edition of The Yuezhi found in the catalog.
April 28, 2007
by Brepols Publishers
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||245|
Yuezhi Zhao is famous for her theory of communication criticism. In the western-dominated international academic circles, she is the first critical scholar of communication in mainland China. In her first Chinese monograph, “Communication and Society: Political Economy and Culture Analysis”, put forward “look east, go south”: open up a new perspective of communication Author: Yilian Zhang. Craig Benjamin, History Professor, Grand Valley State University Craig Benjamin is a history professor at Grand Valley State University in West Michigan. He is also co-editor of three volumes in the Brepols Silk Roads Studies Series. In his book The Yuezhi: Origin, Migration and the Conquest of Northern Bactria was published by Brepols, as volume XIV in their Silk Roads.
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The book analyses textual, numismatic and archaeological evidence in an attempt to explain the probable origin of the Yuezhi, their relationship with several Chinese The Yuezhi book, their eventual military defeat and expulsion from the Gansu by the Xiongnu, their migration through the Ili Valley, Ferghana and Sogdia to northern Bactria, and their Cited by: 8.
Ancient Origins articles related to Yuezhi in the sections of history, archaeology, human origins, unexplained, artifacts, ancient places and myths and legends. (Page 1. Yuezhi, Wade-Giles romanization Yüeh-chih, also called Indo-Scyth, ancient people who ruled in Bactria and India from about bce to about Yuezhi are first mentioned in Chinese sources at the beginning of the 2nd century bce as nomads living in the western part of Gansu province, northwestern China.
When Lao Shang (reigned c. – bce), ruler of the. The Hou Han Shu says that the Yuezhi came to an end more than a hundred years after their conquest of the Graeco-Bactrian Kingdom (around 30 BC), when one of the xihou conquered his four co-confederates. The unified ‘Yuezhi state’ then extended its borders by invading such surrounding areas as Anxi (Parthia), Gaofu (the Kabul region) and Tianzhu Author: Dhwty.
The book analyses textual, numismatic and archaeological evidence in an attempt to explain the probable origin of the Yuezhi, their relationship with several Chinese dynasties, their eventual military defeat and expulsion from the Gansu by the Xiongnu, their migration through the Ili Valley, Ferghana and Sogdia to northern Bactria, and their.
晁氏儒言 一卷 (Chinese Edition) [Chao Yuezhi] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Unlike some The Yuezhi book reproductions of classic texts (1) We have not used OCR(Optical Character Recognition). This book provides a detailed narrative history of the dynasty and confederation of the Yuezhi, whose migration from western China to the northern border of present-day Afghanistan resulted ultimately in the creation of the Kushan Empire.
Although the Yuezhi have long been recognised as the probable ancestors of the Kushans, they have generally only been considered as a. The Yuezhi, Huns and Mongols lived in mutually-exclusive historical periods and differed culturally from each other.
However, they all originated as nomadic horse. Yuezhi Zhao has 11 books on Goodreads with 56 ratings. Yuezhi Zhao’s most popular book is Communication in China: Political Economy, Power and Conflict. Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg.
Project Gutenberg; 61, free ebooks; 晁氏儒言 一卷 by Yuezhi Chao. Download; Bibrec; Bibliographic Record. Author: Chao, Yuezhi, Title: 晁氏儒言 一卷 Alternate Title: Chaoshi ruyan Language: Chinese: LoC Class: PL: Language and Literatures.
The Inner Eurasian nomadic confederation known in ancient Chinese sources as the Yuezhi were probably descended from Indo-European-speaking pastoral nomads who migrated eastward away from the original homeland of all Indo-European-speakers sometime during the Bronze Ages.
The ancestors of the Yuezhi may have been members of the. A case could easily be made that Yuezhi Zhao's Communication in China: Political Economy, Power, and Conflict is the best book to appear on media, telecommunication, and the Internet in China since the mids, when Zhao began her career as a scholar and her rapid ascent to the top ranks of specialists on China's communication systemPrice: $ Jin Cao and Yuezhi Zhao, (eds.) “Translated Book Service in Political Economy of Communication”/ 传播政治经济学译丛, (Beijing: Peking University Press, since ).
Yuezhi Zhao, Communication in China: Political Economy, Power, and Conflict (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, ). This book mainly focused on Central Asian History during BC and its effects on later history, Role of Yuezhi migration in Ancient History of Central Asia, settlement of Yuezhi after migration and various theories about current form of Ancient Yuezhi tribe.
The Book of Han mentions the Yuezhi prior to their major migration of the second century BC. Populations continued to occupy the Tarim Basin (avoiding the great eastern-central Takla Makan Desert), and these were commonly known to the Chinese as the Lesser Yuezhi (Tocharians).
By the late s BC they had also (apparently) spread into the. In his detailed book “The Yuezhi” Craig G.R. Benjamin explains that in “/2 BC the Yüeh-chih / Yuezhi were expelled from the Ili region” 17 by the Wusun (with support from the Xiongnu) and,File Size: 1MB.
another name for the Yuezhi, others consider that the conquest of the Yuezhi and the movement of the four tribes were two separat e events (NarainXing Wang ).
Yuezhi Zhao begins with an analysis of the party-state's reconfiguration of political, economic, and ideological power in the Chinese communication system. She then explores the processes and social implications of domestic and foreign capital formation in the communication industry.
Yuezhi Zhao, a native of Zhejiang Province, China, and a former journalist, is an assistant professor of communications at the University of California at San Diego and coauthor of Sustaining Democracy. Journalism and the Politics of Objectivity.
In this book an international group of scholars examines China's acceptance and ultimate Author: Yuezhi Zhao. Yuezhi Zhao is the author of Communication in China ( avg rating, 5 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Media, Market, and Democracy in China ( /5(13). The Book of the Later Han (5th century CE) also records the visit of Yuezhi envoys to the Chinese capital in 2 BC, who gave oral teachings on Buddhist sutras to a student, suggesting that some Yuezhi already followed the Buddhist faith during the 1st century BC (Baldev Kumar ).
The 2nd century BC Chinese account, Book of Han, 61, states that Yuezhi was a nomadic horde who followed their cattle.
They had more thansoldiers. A later account from BC defines their new territory around the Oxus river, between Bactria and Parthia. The first mention of the Yuezhi civilization can be found in ancient Chinese sources from the 2nd century B.C.
They are describes as nomadic people living in the western part of Gansu province, northwestern China. Known by a Chinese name (“Meat Eaters,” a Chinese appellation), the Yuezhi was one of the numerous Iranian or Aryan nomadic tribes.