|Networks and circulation of knowledge: encounters between Jesuits, Manchus and Chinese in late Imperial China [EASTM Special issue]|
|Networks and Circulation of Knowledge: Encounters between Jesuits, Manchus and Chinese in Late Imperial China [EASTM Special issue] / Guest Editor Nicolas Standaert.|
Special issue of East Asian Science, Technology, and Medicine, Number 34, (2011)
Local access only. [EASTM-Golvers.pdf]
The Jesuits in China and the Circulation of Western Books in the Sciences (17th-18th Centuries): The Medical and Pharmaceutical Sections in the SJ Libraries of Peking / Noël Golvers -– Jesuit Medicine in the Kangxi Court (1662-1722): Imperial Networks and Patronage / Beatriz Puente-Ballesteros -- Research Note: Introduction and Development of the Screw in Seventeenth-Century China: Theoretical Explanations and Practical Applications by Ferdinand Verbiest / Nicole Halsberghe.
To be published in issue 35: Chinese Sources of Missionaries' Writings on Chinese History and
Chronology / Nicolas Standaert -- Biblical Chronology and the Theory of Six "World Ages" Transmitted to China: Gezhi aolüe 格致奧略 (1718/1820) / Ad Dudink.