Empires en marche

Rencontres entre la Chine et l’Occident à l’âge moderne (XVIe-XIXe siècles)

François Lachaud, Dejanirah Couto

Michela Bussotti, Zoltán Biedermann, Rui Manuel Loureiro, Ronnie Po-chia Hsia, Jorge Santos Alves, Paola Calanca, James K. Chin, George Bryan Souza, Roderich Ptak, Isabel Murta Pina, Rui Magone, Isabelle Landry-Deron, Pierre-Emmanuel Roux

Collection : Études thématiques

Collection's number: 28

Editor: Couto (Dejanirah), Lachaud (François)

Edition: EFEO

Publication date: 2017

Status : Disponible

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ISBN-13 : 978 2 85539 148 9

ISSN : 1269-8067

Width : 18.5 cm

Height : 27.5 cm

Weight : 0.820 kg

Number of pages : 336

Distributor : EFEO Diffusion

Geography : Chine

Place : Paris

Support : Papier

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Abstract

Empires on the Move is an attempt to explore real and imaginary encounters with China from the sixteenth to the nineteenth century. Articles mirror the wide variety of approaches of the Middle Kingdom and its ever-growing importance in the Western imagination. From the early days of merchants and missionaries to modern coastal defence policies, contributors to this volume examine diplomatic, scientific, commercial, politic, and artistic interactions between two major cultural ensembles – i.e. China and Western Europe. Each article is an attempt at understanding how discourses on China and, conversely, Chinese discourses on Europe, while positing the other as a cause for concern or, alternately, as an ideal civilizational model, contributed to expand our horizons of knowledge and durably shape our views on the world.

Table of contents

Introduction 
* La marche des empires. Rencontres et rendez-vous manqués entre la Chine et l’Occident, François Lachaud & Dejanirah Couto
 
* Imperial Reflections: China, Rome and the Spatial Logics of History in the Ásia of João de Barros, Zoltán Biedermann
* Iberian Impressions of the Manchu Conquest of China, Rui Manuel Loureiro
* Chinese Wisdom, Chinese Barbarity: Images of China in Europe 1580–1800, Ronnie Po-chia Hsia
* Raisonnables chevaux et ignobles brutes : Gulliver en Extrême-Orient, François Lachaud
* Clash or Understanding between Empires? The Strategic Vision of Hilário de Santa Rosa, Bishop of Macao (1739–1752), Jorge Santos Alves
* Les Européens dans les mers de Chine. Le rôle d’informateurs des Fujianais (xvie-xviiie siècles), Paola Calanca
* Hokkien Sangleys, Pirates and Mandarins: The Early Encounters between Ming China and Castilians in the Philippines, James K. Chin
* Connections and Economic Relationships: Portuguese Global and Intra-Asian Maritime Commerce and Qing China’s Economy, ca. 1771 – ca. 1842, George Bryan Souza
* Rethinking Exchange and Empires: From the Mediterranean Idea to Seventeenth-Century Macao and Fort Zeelandia, Roderich Ptak
* Getting Ready for the China Mission: The Language Training of the Macanese Jesuits (16th–17th Centuries), Isabel Murta Pina
* “God Is in the Details”: Manuel Dias’ Tianwenlüe [Epitome of Questions on the Heavens] and the Scientific Strategies of the Jesuit Mission to China in the Early Seventeenth Century, Rui Magone
* « Dessins » et « desseins » : techniques d’impression chez Matteo Ripa et édition impériale en Chine (xviiie siècle), Michela Bussotti
* « Le moyen d’apprendre en Europe des Chinois mêmes ce que c’est que la Chine. » L’impact des premières traductions du chinois publiées en France (xviie-xviiie siècles), Isabelle Landry-Deron
* Un empire en marche contre la secte des Européens ? La politique des Qing face au catholicisme dans la première moitié du xixe siècle, Pierre-Emmanuel Roux
 
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About the editor

Lachaud (François)

Ussel, 1967

EFEO member since 2000

François Lachaud is Professor of Japanese Studies at the École française d'Extrême-Orient where he holds the chair on Buddhism and Japanese civilisation. He is also EFEO Professor of Japanese Studies at the Religious Studies department of the École pratique des hautes études. From January 2001 to December 2007, he served as head of the EFEO Kyoto Centre. From January 2008 to December 2010, François Lachaud was the EFEO director of studies based in Paris. From July 2011 to July 2013, Lachaud was Smithsonian Senior History of Art Fellow at the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery and Freer Gallery of Art in Washington D.C. From September to December 2014, François Lachaud was visiting professor at the Institute for Research in the Humanities in Kyoto (fall 2014) where he has been an associate member since 2004. François Lachaud completed his PhD in East Asian Studies (Japanese Studies) in Paris.  A recipient of the Stanislas Julien Prize (2006), he holds an agrégation in Japanese language and civilisation since 1994. François Lachaud first graduated (MLitt) in English studies (medieval and early modern literature/religious history) at the universities of Oxford and Paris where he also studied historical linguistics (German and Celtic languages). 

François Lachaud researches focus on Japanese Buddhism (Zen Schools) from late mediaeval times to the Edo period (1603-1867) in its complex relation to Japanese art and literature – most notably tea ceremonies and nō drama. François Lachaud’s work also examines the role of antiquarianism in early modern Japan in relation with the Manpuku-ji (the Ōbaku Zen School head temple), the creation of literati networks in medieval and early modern Japan, and the shaping of Japanese aesthetics. He also studies Japanese art (Buddhist art, literati painting, calligraphy, Japanese prints).

He has written on a wide range of topics connected with asceticism, solitude, and eccentricity in Japanese civilisation, on collections and collectors in Edo Japan, nō drama, tea ceremonies, Chinese learning, Zen Buddhism and modern literati, cultural interactions in East Asia during the Age of Discovery (1552-1615) - especially on Jesuits' descriptions of Buddhism and on the Society's contribution to Japanese civilisation. 

専攻 日本佛教史(禅宗・黄檗宗・臨済宗)。美術史。演劇史。古典文学。漢文学。イエズス会と漢字文化圏における文化交流史。

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