assortment of articles from Journal of World History, Asia by Gordon T. Stewart , John Tully , Anand A. Yang , Matthew

By Gordon T. Stewart , John Tully , Anand A. Yang , Matthew Boswell , Gordon M. Winder , Kaushik Bagchi , Poul Duedahl , Thomas S. Wilkins , William W. Grimes , Tara Sethia , Chris Vasantkumar

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1. 1774: The Scottish Enlightenment Meets the Tibetan Enlightenment
2. A Victorian Ecological catastrophe: Imperialism, the Telegraph, and Gutta-Percha
3. Indian Convict staff in Southeast Asia within the past due Eighteenth and Early 19th Centuries
4. Media kinfolk in China's army - The Case of the Ministry of
5. London's international succeed in? Reuters information and community, 1865, 1881, and 1914
6. Richard Garbe's Indian trip, 1885-1886
7. promoting Mankind: UNESCO and the discovery of worldwide heritage, 1945-1976
8. Taiwan-Japan kin in an period of Uncertainty
9. The Asian financial Fund Reborn
10. the increase of the Jute production in Colonial India: an international Perspective
11. what's This “Chinese” in in a foreign country chinese language? Sojourn paintings and where of China's Minority Nationalities in Extraterritorial Chinese-ness


1. Gordon T. Stewart
2. John Tully
3. Anand A. Yang
4. Matthew Boswell
5. Gordon M. Winder
6. Kaushik Bagchi
7. Poul Duedahl
8. Thomas S. Wilkins
9. William W. Grimes
10. Tara Sethia
11. Chris Vasantkumar


1. magazine of global heritage quantity 22, quantity three, September 2011
2. magazine of worldwide historical past, vol. 20, no. four (2009)
3. magazine of worldwide background 24.2 (2003) 179-208
4. Asia coverage, quantity eight, July 2009, pp. 97-120
5. magazine of global background quantity 21, quantity 2, June 2010
6. magazine of global heritage 14.3 (2003) 281-325
7. magazine of worldwide heritage : quantity 22, no 1, March 2011
8. Asia coverage thirteen (January 2012)
9. Asia coverage eleven (January 2011)
10. magazine of global background 7.1 (1996) 71-99
11. The magazine of Asian experiences (2012), seventy one : pp 423-446

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Yet they were not disheartened by their failure. They also thought they had learned a great deal of useful information from these (for the British) hitherto unknown places. " 52 Nor were there any signs of Bogle thinking in terms of the oft-cited binaries of imperial mentalities in the Victorian and Edwardian eras—savage/ civilized, inferior/superior, primitive/advanced—that were to be so amply demonstrated during the 1904 Younghusband military expedition to Lhasa. 53 Bogle even noticed, during that revealing moment in his conversations with the Panchen Lama, that Europeans and Asians were just the same in holding simplistic views of each other.

As Bogle put it, they viewed him as "a Specimen of my Countrymen" and thought they could make generalizations about England based on their observation of his behavior. 61 Bogle can be made to look narrow and culture-bound, but perhaps all humans are subject to such limitations when faced with new situations. For example, the Panchen Lama was immensely well informed about Tibet, China, Central Asia, and India, and he even knew something of Russia, yet when querying Bogle about England, a place utterly strange to him, he too showed he could think in crude categories.

55 Bogle preferred open minds to closed minds; he recognized and respected similar outlooks in other cultures. To bring out the full significance of this enlightened attitude it is instructive to compare Bogle's views with those of the Jesuit Ippolito Desideri, who had spent six years in Tibet between 1715 and 1721. " 56 So this prominent Roman Catholic missionary and Bogle's Presbyterian father both shared the view that Tibetans were destined for hell and damnation unless they accepted their particular version of Christianity.

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