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Introduction: Transnational and Global Design Issues

Encyclopedia of Asian Design Volume 4 : Transnational and Global Issues in Asian Design

Bloomsbury Academic, 2018

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... in East Asia: Part 2 Greater China: People’s Republic of China, Hong Kong/Taiwan”, Journal of Design History, 24. 4 (2011): 375–395 . Yanwen Zheng China on the Sea: How the Maritime World Shaped Modern China. Leiden : Brill, 2012 .Christine M.E. Guth...

Theorizing the hari kuyō

Encountering Things : Design and Theories of Things

Bloomsbury Academic, 2017

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...When Bill Brown analyzes how the thingness of material objects is apprehended, he does so from a modern Western perspective that takes for granted the ontological distinction between subject and object, human and non-human (Brown 2001: 1)....

Japonisme

Encyclopedia of Asian Design Volume 4 : Transnational and Global Issues in Asian Design

Bloomsbury Academic, 2018

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... Direction de M. Alfred Picard, classe 20 Céramique. Paris : Imprimeries Nationales, 1891, 23–24. Louis Gonse L’Art Japonais, 2 volumes. Paris : A. Quantin, 1883. M.E. Christine Guth Longfellow’s...

Dissent by Design: Anti-Olympic Action in East Asia

Encyclopedia of Asian Design Volume 4 : Transnational and Global Issues in Asian Design

Bloomsbury Academic, 2018

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...Material practices and designed artifacts not only have the capacity to articulate political arguments but also hold political properties. They involve transformative processes of engagement with materiality that are different in nature...

Sacred Objects and Design in Buddhism

Encyclopedia of Asian Design Volume 4 : Transnational and Global Issues in Asian Design

Bloomsbury Academic, 2018

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...Buddhism began around the fourth century B.C.E., when Prince Siddhārta Gautama (also known as Śākyamuni, “the sage of the Śākya clan”) attained awakening (after which, he came to be praised as the Buddha or “the awakened one”) and began...

China’s Shipbuilding Technology and Maritime Trade

Encyclopedia of Asian Design Volume 4 : Transnational and Global Issues in Asian Design

Bloomsbury Academic, 2018

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...Interactions between China and other parts of East Asia, South Asia, Southeast Asia, and Western Asia developed via the sea as well as the land. While there is a long history of scholarship on the overland routes of the Silk Road, more...

Translocation in Design

Encyclopedia of Asian Design Volume 4 : Transnational and Global Issues in Asian Design

Bloomsbury Academic, 2018

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...In the early twenty-first century, designers and researchers have developed new methods, concepts, and frameworks that have enabled us to view the role of design as an active agent in driving both local and global cultural change....

Silk Textiles in Inter-Empire Exchanges: The Ottomans and the World of Iran

Encyclopedia of Asian Design Volume 4 : Transnational and Global Issues in Asian Design

Bloomsbury Academic, 2018

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...In this article, we discuss the role of Iran as a purveyor of silk textiles, mainly of woven materials but also of raw silk, during the Ak-koyunlu (1378–1508) and Safavid (1501–1722) empires. We focus on silk fabrics suitable for garments...

Asian Design and Global Trade: Communication and Material Change, ca. 1500–1820

Encyclopedia of Asian Design Volume 4 : Transnational and Global Issues in Asian Design

Bloomsbury Academic, 2018

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...Global connections were broadened, networks enhanced, and communications intensified after 1500 as Europeans uncovered ocean routes to Asia and the Americas. These linkages generated new and expanded commercial and imperial processes, many...

Between the Global and National Self: The Abaya and Asian Transnational Design

Encyclopedia of Asian Design Volume 4 : Transnational and Global Issues in Asian Design

Bloomsbury Academic, 2018

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...Globalization compresses the world and presents it as one global space. In this imaginary borderless place, exposure to different cultural phenomena results in the coexistence of localized identities, practices, and experiences. The process...