Mobility, Empire and Cross Cultural Contacts in Mongol Eurasia

New publications (Summer 2015-Summer 2016)


New Publication in the field of Mongol Eurasian history (Summer 2015 - Summer 2016)

[members of the project highlighted in green]

Special journal issues

Special double issue, The Mongols and Post-Mongol Asia: Studies in Honour of David O. Morgan, with the participation of Reuven Amitai, Ali M. Ansari, Sarah Ansari, Ovamir Anjum, Michal Biran, Sheila Blair, François de Blois, Anne F. Broadbridge, Paul D. Buell, Michael Cook, Pamela Kyle Crossley, Gene R. Garthwaite, Gerald Hawting, Colin Heywood, Robert Hillenbrand, Rober Irwin, Peter Jackson, Judith Kolbas, George Lane, Rudi Paul Lindner, Nimrod Luz, Beatrice F. Manz, Timothy May, Charles Melville, Roy P. Mottahedeh, Isabel A.M. Miller, Bruno De Nicola, Angus Stewart, István Vásáry and André Wink.

Festschrift for Thomas T. Allsen in Celebration of His 75th Birthday with the papers of Christopher P. Atwood, Michal Biran, Stephen F. Dale, Devin Deweese, Nicola Di Cosmo, Mihaly Dobrovits, Ruth Dunnell, Elizabeth Endicott, Peter B. Golden, Charles J. Halperin, Kim Hodong, Roman K. Kovalev, Liu Xinru, Ruth I. Meserve, Svat Soucek, Victor Spinei, Oleksandr Symonenko, Istvan Zimonyi.

Special edition edited by Ralph Kauz, Chinese and Asian Geographical and Cartographical Views on Central Asia and Its Adjacent Regions, with the participation of Michal Biran, Paul D. Buell, Ono Hiroshi, Ralph Kauz, Nurlan Kenzhaeakhmet, Lin Meicun, Liu Yingsheng, Inaba Minoru, Hyunhee Park, Morris Rossabi, Niu Ruji, Daniel C. Waugh and Rong Xinjiang.


            With contributions of the project members:

Some selected papers

  • Jonahan Brack, “Was Ede Bali a Wafāʾī Shaykh? Sufis, Sayyids and Genealogical Creativity in the Early Ottoman World,” Andrew C.S. Peacock and Sara Nur Yildiz (eds.), Literature and Intellectual Life in Islamic Anatolia, 14th-15th centuries (Würzburg: Ergon Verlag, 2016), pp. 333-60.
  • Büntgen, Ulf and Nicola Di Cosmo, "Climatic and Environmental Aspects of the Mongol Withdrawal from Hungary in 1242 CE," Scientific Reports 6: 25606 (2016), pp. 1-9. doi: 10.1038/srep25606.
  • Hope, Michael, "The “Nawrūz King”: The Rebellion of Amir Nawrūz in Khurasan (688–694/ 1289–94) and its Implications for the Ilkhan Polity at the End of the Thirteenth Century," BSOAS 78:3 (October 2015), pp. 451-473. doi: 10.1017/S0041977X15000464.
  • Jacoby, David. “Oriental Silks at the Time of the Mongols: Patterns of Trade and Distribution in the West.” In Oriental Silks in Medieval Europe, edited by Regula Schorta and von Fircks Juliane. Riggisberg: Abegg-Stiftung, 2016.
  • Iiyama, Tomoyasu, “Genealogical Steles in North China during the Jin and Yuan Dynasties,” International Journal of Asian Studies 13:2 (July 2016), pp. 151-196. doi: 10.1017/S1479591416000024.
  • Kawaguchi, Takushi, and Hiroyuki Nagamine, “Rethinking The Political System of the Jöchid,” Acta Orientalia Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 69: 2 (June 2016): 165–81. doi:10.1556/062.2016.69.2.4.
  • Mitsuaki Endo & Yoichi Isahaya, "Yuan Phonology as Reflected in Persian Transcription in the Zīj-i Īlkhānī." Keizai Kenkyu 8 (2016): 1–38.
  • Osawa, Takashi, and Hidemi Takahashi. “Le Prince Georges Des Önggüt Dans Les Montagnes de l’Altaï de Mongolie : Les Inscriptions d’Ulaan Tolgoi de Doloon Nuu.” In Le Christianisme Syriaque En Asie Centrale et En Chine, edited by Giorgio Borbone and Pierre Marsone, 257–90. Études Syriaques 12. Paris: Geuthner, 2015.
  • Qiu Yihao, “A Short Report on Qaraqorum in al-Yūnīnī’s Dhail Mir’āt al-Zamān: on the Contemporary Arabic Maritime Merchants of Marco Polo,” in Xu Zhongwen, Rong Xinjiang et al. (eds.), Make Boluo Yangzhou Sichou zhi lu (Beijing: Beijing University Press, 2016), pp. 327-342.
  • Qiu Yihao, “The Mission of Fakhr al-Dīn Aḥmad al-Ṭībī: A Resurvey on the Ilkhan’s Envoy to Yuan Court in 1298,” Bulletin of Sinonica, Taibei, 2016, 87:1. [《大德二年(1298)伊利汗国遣使元朝考——法合鲁丁·阿合马·惕必的出使及其背景》,台北:《中央研究院历史语言研究所集刊》,2016年,第八十七本第1分。]
  • Qiu Yihao, “Mongol Empire in the view of Saʿdī’s Poems,” Wen hui, Shanghai: Janu. 2016. [《萨迪诗歌中的蒙古帝国》,上海:《文汇报·学人》,2016年1月29日。]
  • Qiu Yihao, “Historiography and Political Identity: Introduction of Shuʿab-i Panjgāna,A fresh insight into the Silk Road research through the Bowl of Jamshid (Jām-i Jam): Collection of Papers on Iranian Strudies, ed. by Cheng tong, Shanghai: Zhong xi shu ju, 2016. [《〈五族谱〉研究导论——研究史·文献特征·史料价值》,程彤编,《丝绸之路上的照世杯: “中国与伊朗——丝绸之路上的文化交流” 国际研讨会论文集》,上海:中西书局,2016。]
  • Shim, Hosung, “The Postal Roads of the Great Khans in Central Asia under the Mongol-Yuan Empire,” Journal of Song-Yuan Studies 44 (2014[2016]), pp. 405-469. doi: 10.1353/sys.2014.0006.
  • Wang Jinping, “Clergy, Kinship, and Clout in Yuan Dynasty,” International Journal of Asian Studies 13:2 (July 2016), pp. 197-228. doi: 10.1017/S1479591416000036.