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Focus Introduction: Displacing Jesuit Science in Qing China (2018)

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This “Focus”, entitled “Displacing Jesuit Science in Qing China”, brings together three articles. It is the outcome of a collaboration among young scholars that began with a symposium at the 14th International Conference on the History of Science in East Asia (Paris, July 2015). Their contributions all start from the hypothesis that, by paying close attention to space, and in particular to locations that have hitherto been neglected, one can shed new light on the early modern circulation of knowledge between the two ends of Eurasia, in which the Jesuits were central actors.

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Article Alexander Statman (2018) A Forgotten Friendship: How a French Missionary and a Manchu Prince Studied Electricity and Ballooning in Late Eighteenth Century Beijing. East Asian Science, Technology, and Medicine (pp. 89-118). unapi

Article Huiyi Wu (2018) ‘The Observations We Made in the Indies and in China’: The Shaping of the Jesuits’ Knowledge of China by Other Parts of the Non-Western World. East Asian Science, Technology, and Medicine (pp. 47-88). unapi

Article Mario Cams (2018) Blurring the Boundaries: Integrating Techniques of Land Surveying on the Qing’s Mongolian Frontier. East Asian Science, Technology, and Medicine (pp. 25-46). unapi

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Authors & Contributors
Cams, Mario
Han, Qi
Jami, Catherine
Han, Jin-fang
Asen, Daniel
Wang, Guangchao
Journals
Ziran Kexueshi Yanjiu (Studies in the History of Natural Sciences)
East Asian Science, Technology, and Medicine
Zhongguo Keji Shiliao (China Historical Materials of Science and Technology)
Early Science and Medicine: A Journal for the Study of Science, Technology and Medicine in the Pre-modern Period
Social History of Medicine
Studies in Dialectics of Nature
Publishers
Oxford University Press
Shanghai san lian shu dian
Springer
Brill
Purdue University Press
Concepts
Cross-cultural interaction; cultural influence
East Asia, civilization and culture
Transmission of ideas
Missionaries and missions
Mathematics
Astronomy
People
Kangxi, Emperor of China
Ricci, Matteo
Huygens, Constantijn
Clavius, Christopher
Edkins, Joseph
Li, Shanlan
Places
China
Mongolia
Beijing (China)
Times
Qing dynasty (China, 1644-1912)
17th century
18th century
Ming dynasty (China, 1368-1644)
19th century
20th century, early
Institutions
Jesuits (Society of Jesus)
Académie Royale des Sciences (France)
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