Editor and Contributors

Volume Editor

Dr. Xiaobing Li Chair, Department of History and Geography University of Central Oklahoma


Contributors

Colonel Daniel Randall Beirne U.S. Army, Retired

Amy Hackney Blackwell Clemson University

Colonel Donald W. Boose Jr. U.S. Army, Retired U.S. Army War College

Justin E. Burch Researcher University of Central Oklahoma

Alan Glen Chaple Researcher University of Central Oklahoma

Dr. Errol MacGregor Clauss Professor of History Salem College

Dr. Charles M. Dobbs Chair, Department of History Iowa State University

Dr. Timothy C. Dowling Associate Professor of History Virginia Military Institute Kim Draggoo Independent Scholar

Pham Cao Duong Independent Scholar

James B. Emmons Independent Scholar

Dr. Qiang Fang Professor University of Minnesota Duluth

Dr. Kai Filipiak Professor of East Asia Institute University of Leipzig

Paul E. Fontenoy Curator North Carolina Maritime Museum

Ryan Hackney Independent Scholar

Dr. Neil A. Hamilton Professor University of Tennessee

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Note on Transliteration xiii
  • Preface xv
  • Introduction xix
  • A 1
  • B 17
  • C 27
  • D 99
  • E 109
  • F 119
  • G 131
  • H 155
  • I 181
  • J 183
  • K 201
  • L 219
  • M 255
  • N 295
  • O 333
  • P 341
  • Q 355
  • R 369
  • S 383
  • T 439
  • U 465
  • V 473
  • W 475
  • X 495
  • Y 509
  • Z 525
  • Appendix- Chinese Dynasties and Governments 547
  • Chronology 553
  • Glossary 567
  • Selected Bibliography 571
  • Editor and Contributors 583
  • Index 587
  • About the Editor 605
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