James A. Anderson

**Education: Ph.D., University of Washington, 1999--M.A., University of Washington, 1991--B.A., Harvard, 198

There are 7 included publications by James A. Anderson :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Asia for Educators (AFE) Web site 2010 796 With the recent proliferation of Web-based secondary materials and primary source databases pertaining to Asian Studies, both researchers and instructors are now freer than ever to seek out information online. But, do these resources alone make one a...
China's Southwestern Silk Road in World History 2009 685 As Robert Clark notes in The Global Imperative, "there is no doubt that trade networks like the Silk Road made possible the flourishing and spread of ancient civilizations to something approximating a global culture of the times."1 ...
A History Of East Asia: From The Origins Of Civilization To The Twenty-First Century. 2011 3081 A review of the book "A History of East Asia: From the Origins of Civilization to the Twenty-First Century," by Charles Holcombe is presented.
Man of Prowess or Errant Vassal: Nang Ton Phuc's 11th century Bid for Autonomy Along the Sino-Vietnamese Frontier 2002 1003 In late 1038, the Tai-speaking Sino-Vietnamese frontier chieftain Nùng Tôn Phúc (or Toàn Phúc)(? -1039) made his bid to be king.1 Tôn Phúc's grab for power was as bloody as it was sudden when in late autumn he allegedly murdered both his b...
Monumental Pride: Sino-Vietnamese Cross-border Commemorations of Nùng Trí Cao 2001 368 Nowhere else is the 11th-century rebel Nùng Trí Cao (Hong Zhigao 儂智高) (1025? -1055?) more revered than in his own home region within Tai-speaking communities along the modern border between China's Guangxi Autonomous Regi...
[Review] China and Vietnam: The Politics of Asymmetry by Brantly Womack 2009 708 Most scholars of Vietnam are well aware of the complex but significant relationship that rulers of this region have had throughout history with 'leaders of their larger northern neighbor, China. In his clear and insightful examination of the contours...
The Silk Road in World History. New York: Oxford University Press, 2010 2011 1379 Professor Liu has written a comprehensive and engaging survey of Eurasian trade through the era of Mongol conquest in the thirteenth century. Her study is truly global; the book covers both East Asian and Mediterranean termini along the extensive co...