global power struggles. Lu Pan received her PhD in Comparative Literature from the University of Hong Kong. Her current research interests include visual culture, urban space, war memory, and theories of aesthetics. She is author of Aestheticizing Public Space: Street Visual Politics in East Asian Cities. She is Assistant Professor at the Department of Chinese Culture, Hong Kong Polytechnic University. In-Visible Palimpsest Memory, Space and Modernity in Berlin and Shanghai Lu Pan PETER LANG Lu P an In -V is ib le P al im ps es t 15 euro-sinica Frank
within the Baltics and between many of the distinguished international participants of the conference. In publishing this volume, which contains multifaceted views on East Asian culture and its impact on Western discourses, I am particularly indebted to Adrian Hsia, Professor Emeritus at McGill University, Montreal, who invited me to publish this selection in Euro-Sinica. Over the past eighteen months, Mark Gamsa, University of Tel Aviv, Henry Rosemont Jr., Brown University, Providence, and Roger T. Ames, University of Hawai’i, Honolulu, gave their strong
Alfonso Vagnone‘s Illustrations of the Grand Dao / Sher-shiueh Li and Thierry Meynard. pages cm. – (Euro-sinica ; Band 14) Summary: In an astonishing collaboration the Italian Jesuit Alfonso Vagnone (also known as GaoYizhi) and with and the Chinese scholar-official Han Yun wrote down 355 chreiai and sayings, bringing classic Western rhetoric teaching to the late Ming China. In this book, two specialists present complementary studies on the historical, political, and literary background of this interesting topic. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 978
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-based Academia Sinica a few decades later under the Nationalist rule. The recon- structed Kakita’an a loma’, said to be identical to the old one, is a big bamboo cottage with sturdy beams and pillars apparently carved directly out of trunks; decorating the front entrance are big wood engravings of the incestuous couple and the Chief of the Sun. The sto- ry unfolded by the giant tide doesn’t seem to be a sheer myth. In a well-kept notebook the Kakita’an lineage of 59 generations can be found, spelled with Japanese kana, tracing all the way back to Doci and Lalakan, as