Comparative Early Modernities: 1100-1800

Hardcover | October 2, 2012

EditorDavid Porter

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Recent historical scholarship has shown the way towards a geographically capacious conception of the early modern world. Featuring essays by nine leading scholars of early modern Asia and Europe, Comparative Early Modernities casts aside the legacies of European exceptionalism to reveal the interconnected multiplicity of the early modern world and of the variety of unexpected pathways linking these histories to the evolving modernities of the 21st century. In their fresh and provocative examinations of topics in literature, philosophy, art history, and political economy, the authors transform our understanding of global early modernity and reassess the theoretical and methodological premises of comparative historical studies.

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Recent historical scholarship has shown the way towards a geographically capacious conception of the early modern world. Featuring essays by nine leading scholars of early modern Asia and Europe, Comparative Early Modernities casts aside the legacies of European exceptionalism to reveal the interconnected multiplicity of the early mod...

David Porter is an associate professor of English and Comparative Literature at the University of Michigan.

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:288 pages, 8.88 × 5.71 × 0.83 inPublished:October 2, 2012Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:023012089X

ISBN - 13:9780230120891

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Introduction; David Porter * A War of Worlds: Becoming 'Early Modern' and the Challenge of Comparison; Ayesha Ramachandran * Eurasian Literature; Walter CohenAsia-Centered Approaches to the History of the Early Modern World; Luke Clossey * Pornography, Chastity, and 'Early Modernity' in China and England, 1500-1640; Katherine Carlitz * Hiding in Plane Sight: Accommodating Incompatibilities in Early Visual Modernity; Richard Vinograd * Cultural Trajectories: The Power of the Traditional within the Early Modern; Jack Goldstone * Did China's Late Empire have an Early Modern Era?; R. Bin Wong * Visualizing the State in Early Modern England and China; Martin Powers Areas, Networks, and the Search for 'Early Modern' East Asia; Kenneth Pomeranz