3 edition of Mongolian publications at Western Washington University found in the catalog.
Mongolian publications at Western Washington University
|Statement||Henry G. Schwarz.|
|Series||East Asian research aids ;, v. 1|
|Contributions||Schwarz, Henry G., 1928-|
|LC Classifications||Z3125 .W54 1984, DS798 .W54 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 371 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||371|
|LC Control Number||84005009|
The project was designed to assess the Mongolian administrative archival materials of the 17thth century from the perspective of applied history and as a result, to produce a book that can. WWU Libraries hosts Global Book exhibit “The Global Book,” which invites viewers to consider books as one point of departure for exploring our shared global heritage. Western Libraries Heritage Resources at Western Washington University hosts a new exhibition entitled “The Global Book,” which invites viewers to consider books as one.
Edward Vajda, a professor with the Department of Modern and Classical Languages at Western Washington University, presents "The Mongol Impact on World History." As part of celebrating Mongolia Day. Western Washington University has one of the worlds most important collections of Mongolian books, the Center for East Asian Studies and the Henry G. Schwars Scholarship in Mongolian Studies. Travel with WWU students and faculty as they explore Mongolia in the latest episode of Western Window. This segment was produced by WWU senior Megan ers:
Mongolia joined the UN in At that time, relations between the Soviets and Chinese were souring rapidly. Caught in the middle, Mongolia tried to remain neutral. In , the Soviet Union sent a large number of ground forces into Mongolia to face down the Chinese. Mongolia began to expel its ethnic Chinese citizens in Author: Kallie Szczepanski. Western Washington University Western CEDAR Books and Monographs The Secret History of the Mongols: A Mongolian Epic Chronicle of the Thirteenth Century Igor de Rachewiltz The Australian National University Follow this and additional works at: Part of the Asian History Commons, and the East Asian Languages and Societies Commons This Book is.
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Research in Mongolian Studies is supported by the largest collection of books on Mongolia in North America at Western Washington University's Wilson Library. The library collection is broadly representative of all parts of Mongolia; it also has many works on the Buryat, Kalmyk, Oirat, Daghur, Dongxiang, Engger (Eastern Yugur) and other Mongolian groups.
Other books on Mongolia in these series include Mongolian Short Stories (), Bibliotheca Mongolica (), Professor Poppe's autobiography, Reminiscences (), Mongolian Publications at Western Washington University (), The Minorities of Northern China (), Mongolia and the Mongols: Holdings at Western Washington University (), Opuscula Altaica.
By contrast, Mongolian Studies has only one reasonably up-to-date bibliography of Western-language works (Bibliotheca Mongolica, published by this university's Center for East Asian Studies in ), but no union lists nor shelf : Henry G.
Schwarz. Mongolian publications at Western Washington University. Bellingham, Wash.: Western Washington, © (OCoLC) Online version: Wilson Library.
Mongolian publications at Western Washington University. Bellingham, Wash.: Western Washington, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province. A colleague and protégé of Dr.
Nicholas Poppe at the University of Washington, Dr. Street continued to advocate for and support the multi-disciplinary study of Mongolia, making him an excellent partner and collaborator with retired Western Washington University history professor Dr.
Henry G. Schwarz, an expert on Mongolia in his own right and a major. The Bibliotheca Mongolica, published inand Mongolian Publications at Western Washington University, published inrepresent the Center’s first efforts to enable worldwide access to the collection.
Inthe range and importance of this collection received national recognition, when the United States Department of Education awarded the Libraries a Strengthening Research Library Resources Program grant to complete the cataloging of the Mongolian-language Author: Henry G.
Schwarz. A full list of all publications involving Dr. Kelly Jantzen can be found here. Last Five Years. Martinez, S., Hahn, A., Leytze, M., Lucier, K., Amir-Brownstein, B. Mongolia and the Mongols: Holdings at Western Washington University by Henry G. Schwarz (Western Washington University Col.
4; ). This invaluable reference tool helps to acquaint scholars and interested laymen with a collection that not only embraces all of ethic Mongolia but also the Buryat, Kalmyk, Oirat, Daghur, Dongxiang, Engger and other Mongolian groups.
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Business. top MagicNet Mongolian ISP AmCham – The American Chamber of Commerce in. At more t titles, and somewhere aro discrete volumes, Western Washington University's collection of books on Mongolia is by far the largest academic collection in the Western Hemisphere, says Henry Schwarz, who founded the Mongolia Program at WWU in and donated the first set of books to the collection.
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Special Collections acquires publications, personal papers, monographs, manuscripts, artwork, artifacts, electronic resources, and photographs documenting the history of Western Washington University and its impact on higher education in the Pacific Northwest region.
Overview of historical books on Mongolia. books on Mongolia and Mongolian culture: Based on Eastern and Western Accounts of the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries, trans. Helga and Stuard Drummond.
University of Washington Press, Seatle, Henry Wiencek and etc. Storm Across Asia: Genghis Khan and the Mongols, The Mogol Expansion. ‘Exemplars and heroes: the individual and the moral in the Mongolian political imagination’ in States of Mind: Power, Place and the Subject in Inner Asia, D.
Sneath, ed. Bellingham: Western Washington University. The Program serves as a focal point for Western Washington University's interaction with East Asia, and an arena for vibrant intellectual cross-pollination from a variety of disciplines. From an academic perspective, it helps promote rigorous training in the study of East Asia and Inner Asia.
About books from the Western Libraries’ prominent Mongolian Studies Collection are shelved in Special Collections because of their rarity or need for special handling. These are complemented by a number of works on the Russian Far East and Central Asia, together with a selection of other Asian materials.
China: Jiangsu People's Publishing House. ISBN Hsu Shuhsi (). The North China Problem. Shanghai: Kelly and Walsh. Jagchid, Sechin (). The Last Mongol Prince: The Life and Times of Demchugdongrob, – Western Washington University.
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