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Ancient China and the Yue : perceptions and identities on the southern frontier, c. 400 BCE-50 CE /

Erica Fox Brindley, Pennsylvania State University.

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Author: Brindley, Erica
Published: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2015.
Topics: Frontier and pioneer life - China, Southeast. | Ethnicity - China, Southeast - History - To 1500. | Cultural fusion - China, Southeast - History - To 1500. | Indigenous peoples - China, Southeast - History - To 1500. | Nomads - China, Southeast - History - To 1500.
Regions: China, Southeast - Ethnic relations - History. | China, Southeast - Relations - Vietnam. | Vietnam - Relations - China, Southeast. | China - History - Han dynasty, 202 B.C.-220 A.D. | China - History - Warring States, 403-221 B.C. | China. | China, Southeast. | Vietnam.
Genres: History.
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Part I. Orientations: Definitions and Disciplinary Discussions -- Introduction: Concepts and frameworks -- Who were the Yue? -- 2. Linguistic research on the Yue/Viet -- 3. The archaeological record -- Part II. Timelines and Political Histories of the Yue State and Han-Period Yue Kingdoms, 500 BCE-110 BCE -- 4. Political histories of the Yue state and Han-period Yue kingdoms, 500 BCE-110 BCE -- Part III. Performing Hua-Xia, Inscribing Yue : Rhetoric, Rites, and Tags -- 5. The rhetoric of cultural superiority and conceptualizations of ethnicity -- 6. Tropes of the savage : physical markers of Yue identity -- 7. Savage landscapes and magical objects -- Part IV. Performing Yue : Political Drama, Intrigue, and Armed Resistance -- 8. Yue identity as political masquerade and ritual modeling -- 9. Yue identity as armed resistance to the Han imperium -- Conclusion.
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Table of Contents for: Ancient China and the Yue : perceptions