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The Mongols and Sino-Mongol Relations, 14th-20th Centuries : In Memory of Henry Serruys’ Scientific Heritages
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- Verbiest Institute KU Leuven (Ed)
- Belgium
- Ferdinand Verbiest Institute, KU Leuven, Belgium
- 9789492768001
- 2017
- 312p.
- XXXVI (36)
- Leuven Chinese Studies
- 600 gms.
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This publication is the fruit of the symposium on Mongolian studies held at Nanjing University in May 2013 in memory of the 30th anniversary of the death of Fr. Henry Serruys, Belgian Scheutist father and famous scholar in the field of Mongolian studies. The fields that these papers cover, are divers: bibliography and presentation on Mongolian studies, biography of Henry Serruys, history, emigration, Catholic missions in Inner Mongolia, language and Mongol traditional costumes. We hope that this book, carrying rich and profound documentation will serve as a book of reference for new research. This book gathers thirteen papers: Seven in English: David Robinson, The Continuing Relevance of Fr. Henry Serruys (1911-1983) The History of the Mongols in China; Francoise Aubin (†), In Memoriam Henry Serruys and Henry Serruys / Si Lusi 司律思 (1911-1983): The Work and its Author. Some Impressions; Morikawa Tetsuo, About a Trend and the Results of the Study of Mongol History of the 14-17th Century in Japan in the Past Thirty Years; Jeroom Heyndrickx cicm, Mission Among the Mongols: 1400 years of Evangelization Among the Mongols by Nestorians, Franciscans, Jesuits, Lazarists and Scheut Fathers and Evangelization by the Scheut Fathers among the Mongols in East-Mongolia; Igor de Rachewiltz (†), H. Serruys’ and N. Poppe’s Scholarly Exchange on the Translation of The Twelve Deeds of Buddha. Five in Chinese: Sun Yucen, The Studies on Kiya’s Exploits; Temur Temule, The Wala in the framework of the Asian Continent during the 16th Century; Chou Son, From the Borderland of North-West China to the Coast in the Southern Guangdong; Luo Wei, New Study on the Mongols’Costumes during the Ming Dynasty; Temur Temule & Zhang Jun (eds. & transl.), The List on Fr. Henry Serruys’ Works. One in Japanese: Morikawa Tetsuo, Bibliography of the Study of Mongol History of the 14-17th Century in Japan.

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