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新书 | The Mongol World

Edited By Timothy May, Michael Hope
Edition: 1st Edition
First Published: 2022
eBook Published: 26 May 2022
Pub. Location: London
Imprint: Routledge
Pages: 1100
eBook ISBN: 9781315165172
Subjects: Area Studies, Humanities

Drawing upon research carried out in several different languages and across a variety of disciplines, The Mongol World documents how Mongol rule shaped the trajectory of Eurasian history from Central Europe to the Korean Peninsula, from the thirteenth century to the fifteenth century.

Contributing authors consider how intercontinental environmental, economic, and intellectual trends affected the Empire as a whole and, where appropriate, situate regional political, social, and religious shifts within the context of the broader Mongol Empire. Issues pertaining to the Mongols and their role within the societies that they conquered therefore take precedence over the historical narrative of the societies that they conquered. Alongside the formation, conquests, administration, and political structure of the Mongol Empire, the second section examines archaeology and art history, family and royal households, science and exploration, and religion, which provides greater insight into the social history of the Empire — an aspect often neglected by traditional dynastic and political histories.

With 58 chapters written by both senior and early-career scholars, the volume is an essential resource for all students and scholars who study the Mongol Empire from its origins to its disintegration and legacy.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Chapter|15 pages
Introduction

By Michael Hope, Timothy May

Abstract

Section Section 1|377 pages

Conquest and State Formation

Section Section 1|11 pages

Introduction

Part Part I|56 pages

Chinggis Khan and State Formation

Chapter Chapter One|18 pages
Mongolia before Chinggis Khan*

By Isenbike Togan

Abstract

Chapter Chapter Two|17 pages
The Rise of Chinggis Khan

By Timothy May

Abstract

Chapter Chapter Three|19 pages
The Early Mongol State*

By Isenbike Togan

Abstract

Part Part II|155 pages

The Mongol Conquests

Chapter Chapter Four|12 pages
The Mongol Conquest of Xi Xia

By David Curtis Wright

Abstract

Chapter Chapter Five|17 pages
The Mongol Conquest of the Jin Empire, 1211–1234

By David Curtis Wright

Abstract

Chapter Chapter Six|19 pages
The Mongol Conquest of the Song Empire, 1234–1279

By David Curtis Wright

Abstract

Chapter Chapter Seven|13 pages
The Conquest of Qara Khitai and Western Siberia

By Timothy May

Abstract

Chapter Chapter Eight|14 pages
Conquest of the Dasht-i Qipchaq

By Timothy May

Abstract

Chapter Chapter Nine|19 pages
The Mongol Conquest of Rus’

By Alexander V. Maiorov

Abstract

Chapter Chapter Ten|13 pages
The Mongol Invasions of Europe

By Stephen Pow

Abstract

Chapter Chapter Eleven|17 pages
The Mongol Conquest of Iran

By Beatrice Forbes Manz

Abstract

Chapter Chapter Twelve|14 pages
The Mongol Conquest of Caucasia

By John Latham-Sprinkle

Abstract

Chapter Chapter Thirteen|15 pages
The Mongol Conquest of the Near East

By Timothy May

Abstract

Part Part III|74 pages

The Mongol Successor States

Chapter Chapter Fourteen|18 pages
The Jochid Ulus

By Roman Hautala

Abstract

Chapter Chapter Fifteen|16 pages
The Yuan Empire

By Xiaolin Ma

Abstract

Chapter Chapter Sixteen|19 pages
The Ilkhanate

By George Lane

Abstract

Chapter Chapter Seventeen|19 pages
The Middle Empire

By Michael Hope

Abstract

Part Part IV|77 pages

Administration and Political Structure

Chapter Chapter Eighteen|12 pages
The Yasa

By Denise Aigle

Abstract

Chapter Chapter Nineteen|10 pages
Jarqu and Jarquchin

By Florence Hodous

Abstract

Chapter Chapter Twenty|10 pages
Daughters, Consort Families and the Military

By Anne F. Broadbridge

Abstract

Chapter Chapter Twenty-One|19 pages
Mongol State Formation and Imperial Transformation

By Lhamsuren Munkh-Erdene

Abstract

Chapter Chapter Twenty-Two|12 pages
The Keshig

By Michael Hope

Abstract

Chapter Chapter Twenty-Three|12 pages
The Jam System

The Mongol institution for communication and transportation

By Hosung Shim

Abstract

Section Section 2|341 pages

The Social History of the Mongol Empire

Section Section 2|9 pages

Introduction

Part Part V|33 pages

Family and Royal Households

Chapter Chapter Twenty-Four|13 pages
Consort Families in the Successor Khanates

By Anne F. Broadbridge

Abstract

Chapter Chapter Twenty-Five|18 pages
Elite Women in the Mongol Empire

By Bruno De Nicola

Abstract

Part Part VI|64 pages

Finance, Trade, and Economy

Chapter Chapter Twenty-Six|15 pages
Mongol Monetary Trends

By Judith Kolbas

Abstract

Chapter Chapter Twenty-Seven|10 pages
Maritime Silk Route

The Mongols and the Indian Ocean

By Paul D. Buell

Abstract

Chapter Chapter Twenty-Eight|16 pages
Taxation in the Jochid Ulus

By István Vásáry

Abstract

Chapter Chapter Twenty-Nine|21 pages
Overland Trade in the Mongol World

By Colleen C. Ho

Abstract

Part Part VII|117 pages

Archaeology and Art History

Chapter Chapter Thirty|27 pages
The Archaeology of the Mongol Empire

By Ulambayar Erdenebat, Jargalan Burentogtokh, William Honeychurch

Abstract

Chapter Chapter Thirty-One|26 pages
The Art History and Material Culture of the Yuan Empire

By Shane McCausland

Abstract

Chapter Chapter Thirty-Two|28 pages
The Visual World of the Ilkhanids and Chaghadaids

By Sheila Blair

Abstract

Chapter Chapter Thirty-Three|34 pages
Archaeology and the Material Culture of the Ulus Jochi (Golden Horde)

By Daniel C. Waugh

Abstract

Part Part VIII|84 pages

Religion

Chapter Chapter Thirty-Four|6 pages
Shamans at the Court of the Qa’an

By Bayarsaikhan Dashdondog

Abstract

Chapter Chapter Thirty-Five|11 pages
Nestorian Christianity among the Mongols

By Bayarsaikhan Dashdondog

Abstract

Chapter Chapter Thirty-Six|20 pages
The Islamization of the Mongols

By Ishayahu Landa

Abstract

Chapter Chapter Thirty-Seven|9 pages
Daoism in the Mongol Empire

By Jesse Sloane

Abstract

Chapter Chapter Thirty-Eight|10 pages
Confucianism in the Mongol Empire

By Jesse Sloane

Abstract

Chapter Chapter Thirty-Nine|16 pages
Buddhism in the Mongol Empire

By Brian Baumann

Abstract

Chapter Chapter Forty|10 pages
Judaism and the Mongol Empire

By Na’ama O. Arom

Abstract

Part Part IX|29 pages

Science and Exploration

Chapter Chapter Forty-One|10 pages
Arabic Medicine in China and in the Mongol World

By Paul D. Buell

Abstract

Chapter Chapter Forty-Two|17 pages
Mapping and Exploration

By Hyunhee Park

Abstract

Section Section 3|252 pages

The Mongols in World History

Section Section 3|9 pages

Introduction

Part Part X|104 pages

The Mongols in the Eyes of the Conquered

Chapter Chapter Forty-Three|10 pages
Yuan Chinese Attitudes toward the Mongols

By Morris Rossabi

Abstract

Chapter Chapter Forty-Four|11 pages
The Mongols in the Eyes of the Armenians

By Bayarsaikhan Dashdondog

Abstract

Chapter Chapter Forty-Five|18 pages
The Mongols in the Eyes of the Koryo People

By Lee Kang Hahn

Abstract

Chapter Chapter Forty-Six|9 pages
The Mongols in the Eyes of the Uyghurs

By Michael C. Brose

Abstract

Chapter Chapter Forty-Seven|15 pages
From Brutes to Bodhisattvas

The Mongols in Tibetan sources

By Soyoung Choi

Abstract

Chapter Chapter Forty-Eight|12 pages
The Mongols in the Eyes of the Iranians

By Michael Hope

Abstract

Chapter Chapter Forty-Nine|16 pages
The Mongols in the Eyes of the Rus’

By Donald Ostrowski

Abstract

Chapter Chapter Fifty|11 pages
The Mongols in the Eyes of the Papal and Royal Missions to Mongolia and China (C. 1245–1370)

By Antti Ruotsala

Abstract

Part Part XI|68 pages

Beyond the Borders of the Mongol Empire

Chapter Chapter Fifty-One|17 pages
Mongols in the Mamluk Sultanate

By Josephine van den Bent

Abstract

Chapter Chapter Fifty-Two|18 pages
The Outer Limits of Steppe Power

Mongol excursions in Southeast Asia

By James A. Anderson

Abstract

Chapter Chapter Fifty-Three|17 pages
The Mongols in South Asia

By Michael Hope

Abstract

Chapter Chapter Fifty-Four|14 pages
The Mongol Invasions of Japan and their Legacy

By Li Narangoa

Abstract

Part Part XII|68 pages

The Mongol Legacy

Chapter Chapter Fifty-Five|13 pages
The Chinggisid Legacy in the Middle East

By Patrick Wing

Abstract

Chapter Chapter Fifty-Six|17 pages
The Timurids and the Mongol Empire

By Evrim Binbaş

Abstract

Chapter Chapter Fifty-Seven|20 pages
Rescuing Legitimate Narrative by Re-Imaging Qubilai Qa’an*

By Qiu Yihao

Abstract

Chapter Chapter Fifty-Eight|16 pages
The Legacy of the Mongol Empire in Mongolia

By Ippei Shimamura

Abstract

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