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The Rebel Den of Nung Tri Cao

James A. Anderson

The Rebel Den of Nung Tri Cao

Loyalty and Identity Along the Sino-vietnamese Frontier

by James A. Anderson

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Published by University of Washington Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Asian studies,
  • Political science & theory,
  • History,
  • History - General History,
  • History: World,
  • South East Asia,
  • Asia - China,
  • Asia - Southeast Asia,
  • Medieval,
  • Asian studies; history,
  • History / China,
  • International Relations - General,
  • 939-1428,
  • China,
  • Náung, Trâi Cao,,
  • Song dynasty, 960-1279,
  • Vietnam,
  • ca. 1025-ca. 1055

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages296
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10315198M
    ISBN 100295986891
    ISBN 109780295986890

    "The Rebel Den of Nung Tri Cao: 11th Century Rebellion and Response Along the Sino-Vietnamese Frontier," presented as a public talk in the John W. Kluge Center for International Studies at the Library of Congress, Washington, DC, May He is the recipient of several awards, including a Fulbright Fellowship for the academic year in Beijing and a Luce Fellowship at the Library of Congress in His new book is The Rebel Den of Nung Tri Cao: Eleventh-Century Rebellion and Response along the Sino-Vietnamese Frontier.

    From February to August , he was a Luce Fellow in the John W. Kluge Center for International Studies at the Library of Congress (Washington, DC). Anderson’s current book is titled The Rebel Den of Nung Tri Cao: Loyalty and Identity Along the Sino-Vietnamese Frontier(University of Washington Press, ). He reads and speaks Mandarin and. JAMES A. ANDERSON is an Associate Professor at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. A historian of pre-modern China and Việt Nam, Anderson‘s first book is The Rebel Den of Nung Tri Cao: Loyalty and Identity Along the Sino-Vietnamese Frontier (University of Washington Press, ).Anderson is currently engaged in research for a new book on the .

    Close mobile search navigation. Article navigation. Volume 3, Issue 3. The Lý–Song War was a significant war fought between the Lý dynasty of Đại Việt and the Song dynasty of China between and The war began in when the Lý emperor ordered a preemptive invasion of the Song dynasty using more than , soldiers, where Đại Việt's forces defeated the Song army and razed the city of Yongzhou (modern day Nanning) to the .


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Tri Cao's revolt occurred during Vietnam's earliest years of independence from China and would prove to be a Cited by: 1. The Rebel Den of Nung Tri Cao examines the rebellion of the eleventh-century Tai chieftain Nung Tri Cao (ca.

), whose struggle for independence along Vietnam's mountainous northern frontier was a pivotal event in Sino-Vietnamese relations. Tri Cao's revolt occurred during Vietnam's earliest years of independence from China and would prove to be a vital test. The Rebel Den of Nung Tri Cao examines the rebellion of the eleventh-century Tai chieftain Nung Tri Cao (ca.

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The Rebel Den of Nung Trí Cao Book Description: The Rebel Den of Nung Tri Cao examines the rebellion of the eleventh-century Tai chieftain Nung Tri Cao (ca. ), whose struggle for independence along Vietnam's mountainous northern frontier was a pivotal event in Sino-Vietnamese relations.

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"The Rebel of Den Nung Tri Cu examines the rebellion of the Tai-speaking chieftain Nung Tri Cao (ca. ), whose struggle for independence along Vietnam's mountainous northern frontier proved to be a pivotal event in Sino-Vietnamese relations. The Rebel Den of Nung Tri Cao examines the rebellion of the eleventh-century Tai chieftain Nung Tri Cao (ca.

), whose struggle for independence along Vietnam's mountainous northern frontier was a pivotal event in Sino-Vietnamese relations. Tri Cao's revolt occurred during Vietnam's earliest years of independence from China and would.

Nùng Trí Cao (chữ Hán: 儂智高 Tráng văn: Nungz Cigaoh; - ) là một lãnh tụ người Tráng nổi lên đòi tự trị giữa Đại Tống và Đại Cồ Việt thời nhà Lý.

Sau khi nhà Tống thống nhất Trung Quốc, đối với các sắc tộc mà Hán tộc coi họ là man di, nhà Tống đặt ra một hệ thống hành chánh mới cho các sắc.

London: Zed Books, pages. Maps, Notes, Bibliography, Index. Article in Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 44(03) October with 23 Reads. The Rebel Den of Nung Trí Cao: Loyalty and Identity along the Sino-Vietnamese Frontier (Book). By James Anderson The Rebel Den of Nung Tri Cao examines the rebellion of the Tai-speaking chieftain Nung Tri Cao (ca.

), whose struggle for independence along Vietnam's mountainous northern frontier proved to be a pivotal event in Sino-Vietnamese relations. Vietnam.

The rebel den of Nùng Trí Cao: Loyalty and identity along the Sino–Vietnamese frontier. By James Anderson. Seattle: University of Washington Press, Pp. Maps, Plates, Notes, Bibliography, Index.

- Volume 42 Issue 2 - Liam C. Kelley. Electronic books History: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Anderson, James, Rebel den of Nùng Trí Cao. Seattle: University of Washington Press ; Singapore: In Association with NUS Press, © (DLC) (OCoLC) Named Person: Trí Cao Nùng; Trí Cao Nùng; Nùng-Trí-Cao.

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Anderson, author of The Rebel Den of Nung Trí Cao: Loyalty and Identity along the Sino-Vietnamese Frontier "A fascinating and insightful recreation of the micro-realities of the political history of the very complex Sino Reviews: 2.

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(Emmanuel Poisson) Reggie Baay, De njai; Het concubinaat in Nederlands-Indië.Most books written about this figure use Chinese pinyin name.

The reason why the Vietnamese name Nung Ton Phuc for this figure appears to get more Google hits is because of the book titled the rebel Den of Nung Tri Cao by James Anderson, which employs Vietnamese name system instead of Chinese.Nong Quanfu (Chinese: 儂 全 福; pinyin: Nóng Quánfú, Zhuang: Nungz Cienzfuk;?), also recorded as Nùng Tồn Phúc (Vietnamese: Nùng Tồn Phúc; ; Chữ Hán: 儂 存 福) was a Nùng/Zhuang chieftain and zhou-level official of Guangyuan located in the modern-day Cao Bang in the 11th century AD.

He was the father of the Nùng/Zhuang chieftain Nong Zhigao, who .