|Sino-Western Cultural Relations Journal XXX (2008) / D.E. Mungello 孟德衛, SWCRJ Editor.
Issues 1-10 entitled: China Mission Studies (1550-1800) Bulletin.|
Cover title also in Chinese: Zhong-Xi wenhua jiaoliushi zazhi 中西文化交流史雜誌 [Zhongguo Tianzhujiaoshi yanjiu 中國天主教史研究].
Articles abstracted and indexed in Historical Abstracts and America: History and Life.
Adrian Dudink 杜鼎克: In memoriam, Erik Zürcher 許理和 (1928-2008) and a note (p. 16, by D.E.M. and undersigned) on Zürcher's calligraphy on the cover of this volume of SWCRJ. [Following notes by Adrian Dudink from EU-CHINA listserv].
Paul Rule 魯保祿: The Acta Pekinensia Project (taken from a paper for a conference in Taipei July 2005, published in English [and not in a Chinese translation, as the first footnote on p. 17 says] in Gu Weiying ed., Dongxi jiaoliu shi de xinju ..., Taibei, 2005, pp. 207-246; pp. 18-29 contain virtually the same text as pp. 227-245). pp. 17-29.
Gail King 歐凱妮: "The Ten Commandments of João Soeiro" (introduction to and [pp. 34-39] translation of an early 17th-century explanation of the Ten Commandments and found in Soeiro's Tianzhu shengjiao yueyan 天主聖教約言, the Chinese text of which is reproduced in vol. 1 of Chinese Christian Texts from the Roman Archives of the Society of Jesus, Taibei, 2002, pp. 253-280; at the end of the present article, pp. 40-55, the pages 265-280 have been reproduced). pp. 30-55.
Reviews of new publications in the field:
Charbonnier, Jean-Pierre 沙百里, Christians in China: A.D. 600- 2000. Trans. M.N.L. Couve de Murville, 2007. Collani, Claudia von, Harald Holz & Konrad Wegmann, Uroffenbarung un Daoismus: Jesuitische Missionshermeneutik des Daoismus. Reihe Daodejing-Forschungen, 2008. Fatica, Michele, curator, Mattep Ripa e il Collegio dei Cinesi di Napoli (1682-1869), 2006. Standaert, Nicolas & Ad Dudink, Forgive us our sins: Confession in late Ming and early Qing China, 2006. Wang, Peter Chen-main 王成勉, ed., Contextualization of Christianity in China: an evaluation in modern perspective, 2007. Rita Widmaier, G.W. Leibniz: Die Briefwechsel mit den Jesuiten in China (1689-1714), Hamburg, 2006, by Daniel J. Cook (with Henry Rosemont compiler of Writings on China: Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, 1994). pp. 56-80.