ІСТОРИЧНИЙ ДИСКУРС У ТРАДИЦІЙНОМУ ТА СУЧАСНОМУ КИТАЇ

##plugins.themes.bootstrap3.article.main##

##plugins.themes.bootstrap3.article.sidebar##

  В. О. Кіктенко

Анотація

У статті відображено складний процес формування уявлень про минуле в традиційному та сучасному Китаї. Відзначено, що створення нової китайської історіографії відбулося під потужним впливом західної науки, в результаті чого виникла школа критики традиційної історіографії Китаю (yígǔpài). Проаналізовано концептуальний вплив марксизму на формування історичної науки в КНР у 1950–1970-ті роки, критичне переосмислення китайськими вченими у 1980–2000-ні роки місця Китаю у всесвітній історії та вивчення ними історії у глобальному вимірі на сучасному етапі. Методологія сучасного варіанта китайської всесвітньої історії ґрунтується на змішуванні історичного матеріалізму і західних теорій всесвітньої історії, а також широкому використанні порівняльного підходу до аналізу довгострокових і транс-регіональних тенденцій історичного розвитку. Показано, що сучасна китайська історична наука значною мірою є націоналістичною, модерністською і традиціоналістичною.

Як цитувати

Кіктенко, В. О. (2016). ІСТОРИЧНИЙ ДИСКУРС У ТРАДИЦІЙНОМУ ТА СУЧАСНОМУ КИТАЇ. Східний світ, (4), 52-64. https://doi.org/10.15407/orientw2016.04.052
Переглядів статті: 54 | Завантажень PDF: 11

##plugins.themes.bootstrap3.article.details##

Ключові слова

історична наука, дискурс, Китай

Посилання

Кіктенко В. О. “Політичне конфуціанство” Цзя Ціна як відмова від західної моделі розвитку // Східний світ, 2014, № 2.

Мао Цзэдун. Китайская революция и Коммунистическая партия Китая // Маоистская библиотека. – http://library.maoism.ru/Chinese_Revolution_and_CCP.htm

Переломов Л. С. Конфуций “Лунь юй”. Исслед., пер. с кит., коммент. Факсимильный текст “Лунь юя” с коммент. Чжу Си. Москва, 2000.

Brook T. The confusions of pleasure: commerce and culture in Ming China. Berkeley, 1998.

Chang K. C. The Archaeology of Ancient China. London, 1963.

Chen Qineng. The “New History” in China: A Contrast to the West // Storia della Storiografia, 2005, № 48.

Cheng Meibao. Globalization, Global History, and Chinese History // Chinese Studies in History. Vol. 42, № 3. 2009.

Dirlik A. Revolution and History: Origins of Marxist Historiography in China, 1919–1937. Berkeley, 1978.

Dirlik A. The Universalization of a Concept: From ‘Feudalism’ to Feudalism in Chinese Marxist Historiography // Journal of Peasant Studies, January/April 1985, № 12 (2–3).

Durrant S. The Literary Features of Historical Writing // Mair V. H. The Columbia History of Chinese Literature. New York, 2001.

Elman B. A. Classicism, politics, and kinship: the Ch’ang-chou school of new text Confucianism in late imperial China. Berkeley, 1990.

Feuerwerker A. China’s History in Marxian Dress // The American Historical Review. Vol. 66, № 2. 1961.

Fitzgerald J. Review of Rescuing History from the Nation: Questioning Narratives of Modern China // The China Journal, 1997, № 38.

Goldin P. R. The Thirteen Classics // Mair V. H. The Columbia History of Chinese Literature. New York, 2001.

Hansen V. The open empire: a history of China to 1600. New York, 2000.

Harrison J. P. The Communists and Chinese peasant rebellions; a study in the rewriting of Chinese history. New York, 1969.

History in communist China. Cambridge, 1968.

Horner C. Rising China and Its Postmodern Fate: Memories of Empire in a New Global Context. Athens, Ga., 2009.

Hsiao K. C. A Modern China and a New World: K’ang Yu-wei, Reformer and Utopian, 1858–1927. Seattle, 1975.

Hsiao K. C. A History of Chinese Political Thought. Vol. 1: From the Beginning to the Sixth Century AD. Princeton, 1979.

Huang R. China, a macro history. Armonk, N.Y., 1988.

Ip Hung-yuk, Hon Tze-ki, Lee Chiu-chun. The Plurality of Chinese Modernity: A Review of Recent Scholarship on the May Fourth Movement // Modern China. Vol. 29, № 4. 2003.

Kern M. Early Chinese literature, Beginnings through Western Han // Owen S. The Cambridge History of Chinese Literature. Vol. 1: To 1375. Cambridge, 2010.

Laughlin C. A. Chinese reportage: the aesthetics of historical experience. Durham, 2002.

Liu Kwang-Ching. World View and Peasant Rebellion: Reflections on Post-Mao Historiography // The Journal of Asian Studies. Vol. 40, № 2. Feb. 1981.

Liu L. H. The clash of empires: the invention of China in modern world making. Cambridge, Mass., 2004.

Mazur M. G. Wu Han, historian: son of China’s times. Lanham, 2009.

Mote F. W. Imperial China, 900–1800. Cambridge, Mass., 1999.

Needham J. Science and Civilization in China. Vol. 1, Introductory Orientations. Cambridge, 1954.

Schneider A. Wahrheit und Geschichte. Zwei chinesische Historiker auf der Suche nach einer modernen Identität für China. Wiesbaden, 1987.

Schneider L. A. Ku Chieh-kang and China’s new history; nationalism and the quest for alternative traditions. Berkeley, 1971.

Shaughnessy E. L. Rewriting Early Chinese Texts. Albany, 2006.

Tanaka S. Japan’s Orient: rendering pasts into history. Berkeley, 1993.

Tang Xiaobing. Global Space and the National Discourse of Modernity: the Historical Thinking of Liang Qichao. Stanford, 1996.

Tanigawa M. Medieval Chinese Society and the Local “Community”. Berkeley, 1985.

The Asiatic Mode of Production in China. Armonk, N.Y., 1989.

The pattern of Chinese history: cycles, development, or stagnation? Boston, Heath, 1965.

Wang E. Q. Inventing China through history: the May Fourth approach to historiography. Albany, 2001.

Wang Dewei. The Monster that is History: History, Violence and Fictional Writing in Twentieth-century China. Berkeley, 2004.

Wang Gungwu. Juxtaposing Past and Present in China Today // The China Quarterly, 1975, № 6.

Watson B. The Tso chuan: Selections from China’s Oldest Narrative History. New York, 1989.

Weigelin-Schwiedrzik S. On “shi” and “lun”. Towards a Typology of Historiography in the PRC // History and Theory, 1996, 35/4.

Weigelin-Schwiedrzik S. History and Truth in Marxist Historiography // Historical Truth, Historical Criticism, and Ideology. Chinese Historiography and Historical Culture from a Comparative Perspective. Leiden, 2005.

Wilkinson E. Chinese History: A Manual. Cambridge, Mass., 2000.

Wu Xiaoqun. Do We Really Need a “Global View of History”? // Chinese Studies in History. Vol. 42, № 3. 2009.

Xie Wensun. Chinese historiography on the Revolution of 1911: a critical survey and a selected bibliography. Stanford, Calif., 1975.

Yang Lien-sheng. Toward a Study of Dynastic Configurations in Chinese History // Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies. Vol. 17, No. 3/4. Dec. 1954.

Zarrow P. Old Myth into new History: The Building Blocks of Liang Qichao’s “New History” // Historiography East and West. Vol. 1, № 2. 2003.

Zurndorfer H. T. China Bibliography: A Research Guide to Reference Works about China Past and Present. Leiden, 1995.

白玉林, 党怀兴。十三经导读。北京, 2006年。

桂遵义。马克思主义史学在中国。济南, 1992年。

蒋庆。政治儒学:当代儒学的转向、特质与发展。北京, 2003年。

李世安。现代化能否作为世界近现代史学科新体系的主线历史研究, 2008年,№ 2。

梁啟超。中國歷史研究法。臺北市, 2012。

刘新成。我国世界通史编纂工作的回顾与思考 // 1995年中国历史年鉴。香港, 1995年。

马克尧。世界文明史,三卷。 北京, 2004年。

张承宗, 陈映芳。简论戊戌变法时期外国史的介绍与研究 // 世界历史, 1987, № 1.

中学历史上册世界史部分。北京, 1984年。

世界通史 / 周一良, 吴于廑主编。內容: v. 1, 上古部分--v. 2, 中古部分--v. 3, 近代 部分(上﹑下冊)。 北京 : 人民, 1972–1973.

世界上古史纲, 第二卷. 北京, 1979年.

吳于廑学术论著自选集。北京, 1995年。

吳于廑文選 / 吳于廑著。– 武漢市 : 武漢大學出版社, 2007年. – 463頁。

周谷城。 世界通史。 – 上海, 1949年。

王林聪。 略论全球历史观 // 史学理论研究, 2002 年, 3.

徐蓝。从西欧中心史观到文明形态史观和全球史观 // 历史研究, 4, 2004年.

于沛。 全球史观和当代中国史研究 //哲学与人文,2014年, № 2。

REFERENCES

Kiktenko V. O. (2014), “Politychne konfutsianstvo” Tszya Tsina yak vidmova vid zakhidnoyi modeli rozvytku, Shìdnij svìt, No. 2. (In Ukrainian).

Mao Tszedun, “Kitayskaya revolyutsiya i Kommunisticheskaya partiya Kitaya”, in Maoistskaya biblioteka, available at: http://library.m aoism.ru/Chinese_Revolution_an d_CCP.htm (In Russian).

Perelomov L. S. (2000), Konfutsiy “Lun’ yuy”, Issled., per. s kit., komment., Faksimil’nyy tekst “Lun’yuya” s komment. Chzhu Si, Moscow. (In Russian).

Brook T. (1998), The confusions of pleasure: commerce and culture in Ming China, Berkeley.

Chang K. C. (1963), The Archaeology of Ancient China, London.

Chen Qineng (2005), “The “New History” in China: A Contrast to the West”, Storia della Storiografia, No. 48.

Cheng Meibao (2009), “Globalization, Global History, and Chinese History”, Chinese Studies in History, Vol. 42, № 3.

Dirlik A. (1978), Revolution and History: Origins of Marxist Historiography in China, 1919–1937, Berkeley.

Dirlik A. (1985), “The Universalization of a Concept: From ‘Feudalism’ to Feudalism in Chinese Marxist Historiography”, Journal of Peasant Studies, No. 12 (2–3).

Durrant S. (2001), “The Literary Features of Historical Writing”, in Mair V. H. The Columbia History of Chinese Literature, New York.

Elman B. A. (1990), Classicism, politics, and kinship: the Ch’ang-chou school of new text Confucianism in late imperial China, Berkeley.

Feuerwerker A. (1961), “China’s History in Marxian Dress”, The American Historical Review, Vol. 66, No. 2.

Fitzgerald J. (1997), “Review of Rescuing History from the Nation: Questioning Narratives of Modern China”, The China Journal, No. 38.

Goldin P. R. “The Thirteen Classics”, in Mair V. H. The Columbia History of Chinese Literature, New York, 2001.

Hansen V. (2000), The open empire: a history of China to 1600, New York.

Harrison J. P. (1969), The Communists and Chinese peasant rebellions; a study in the rewriting of Chinese history, New York.

History in communist China (1968), Cambridge.

Horner C. (2009), Rising China and Its Postmodern Fate: Memories of Empire in a New Global Context, Athens, Ga.

Hsiao K. C. (1975), A Modern China and a New World: K’ang Yu-wei, Reformer and Utopian, 1858–1927, Seattle.

Hsiao K. C. (1979), A History of Chinese Political Thought, Vol. 1: From the Beginning to the Sixth Century AD, Princeton.

Huang R. (1988), China, a macro history, Armonk, New York.

Ip Hung-yuk, Hon Tze-ki, Lee Chiu-chun (2003), “The Plurality of Chinese Modernity: A Review of Recent Scholarship on the May Fourth Movement”, Modern China, Vol. 29, No. 4.

Kern M. (2010), “Early Chinese literature, Beginnings through Western Han”, in Owen S. The Cambridge History of Chinese Literature, Vol. 1: To 1375, Cambridge.

Laughlin C. A. (2002), Chinese reportage: the aesthetics of historical experience, Durham.

Liu Kwang-Ching (1981), “World View and Peasant Rebellion: Reflections on Post-Mao Historiography”, The Journal of Asian Studies, Vol. 40, No. 2.

Liu L. H. (2004), The clash of empires: the invention of China in modern world making, Cambridge, Mass.

Mazur M. G. (2009), Wu Han, historian: son of China’s times, Lanham.

Mote F. W. (1999), Imperial China, 900–1800, Cambridge, Mass.

Needham J. (1954), Science and Civilization in China, Vol. 1, Introductory Orientations, Cambridge.

Schneider A. (1987), Wahrheit und Geschichte. Zwei chinesische Historiker auf der Suche nach einer modernen Identität für China, Wiesbaden.

Schneider L. A. (1971), Ku Chieh-kang and China’s new history; nationalism and the quest for alternative traditions, Berkeley.

Shaughnessy E. L. (2006), Rewriting Early Chinese Texts, Albany.

Tanaka S. (1993), Japan’s Orient: rendering pasts into history, Berkeley.

Tang Xiaobing (1996), Global Space and the National Discourse of Modernity: the Historical Thinking of Liang Qichao, Stanford.

Tanigawa M. (1985), Medieval Chinese Society and the Local “Community”, Berkeley.

The Asiatic Mode of Production in China (1989), Armonk, New York.

The pattern of Chinese history: cycles, development, or stagnation? (1965), Boston, Heath.

Wang E. Q. (2001), Inventing China through history: the May Fourth approach to historiography, Albany.

Wang Dewei (2004), The Monster that is History: History, Violence and Fictional Writing in Twentieth-century China, Berkeley.

Wang Gungwu (1975), “Juxtaposing Past and Present in China Today”, The China Quarterly, No. 6.

Watson B. (1989), The Tso chuan: Selections from China’s Oldest Narrative History, New York.

Weigelin-Schwiedrzik S. (1996), “On “shi” and “lun”. Towards a Typology of Historiography in the PRC”, History and Theory, 35/4.

Weigelin-Schwiedrzik S. (2005), “History and Truth in Marxist Historiography”, in Historical Truth, Historical Criticism, and Ideology. Chinese Historiography and Historical Culture from a Comparative Perspective, Leiden.

Wilkinson E. (2000), Chinese History: A Manual, Cambridge, Mass.

Wu Xiaoqun (2009), “Do We Really Need a “Global View of History”?”, Chinese Studies in History, Vol. 42, No. 3.

Xie Wensun (1975), Chinese historiography on the Revolution of 1911: a critical survey and a selected bibliography, Stanford, Calif.

Yang Lien-sheng (1954), “Toward a Study of Dynastic Configurations in Chinese History”, Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies, Vol. 17, No. 3/4, Dec.

Zarrow P. (2003), “Old Myth into new History: The Building Blocks of Liang Qichao’s “New History””, in Historiography East and West, Vol. 1, No. 2.

Zurndorfer H. T. (1995), China Bibliography: A Research Guide to Reference Works about China Past and Present, Leiden.

Bai Yulin, Dang Huaixing (2006), Shisan jing daodu, Beijing. (In Chinese).

Gui Zunyi (1992), Makesi zhuyi shixue zai zhongguo, Jinan. (In Chinese).

Jiang Qing (2003), Zhengzhi ruxue: Dangdai ruxue de zhuanxiang, tezhi yu fazhan, Beijing. (In Chinese).

Li Shi'an (2008), “Xiandaihua neng fou zuowei shijie jin xiandai shi xueke xin tixi de zhuxian”, Lishi yanjiu, No. 2 (In Chinese).

Liang Qichao (2012), Zhongguo lishi yan jiu fa, Taipei. (In Chinese).

Liu Xincheng (1995), “Woguo shijie tongshi bianzuan gongzuo de huigu yu sikao”, 1995 nian zhongguo lishi nianjian, Xianggang. (In Chinese).

Ma Keyao (2004), Shijie wenming shi, san juan, Beijing. (In Chinese).

Zhang Chengzong, Chen Yingfang (1987), “Jian lun wuxu bianfa shiqi waiguo shi de jieshao yu yanjiu”, Shijie lishi, No. 1. (In Chinese).

Zhongxue lishi shangce shijie shi bufen (1984), Beijing. (In Chinese).

Shijie tongshi / zhouyi liang, wu yu jin zhubian (1972–1973), Neirong: V. 1, Shanggu bufen: V. 2, Zhonggu bufen; V. 3, Jindai bufen (shang﹑xia ce), Renmin, Beijing. (In Chinese).

Shijie shanggu shi gang, di er juan (1979), Beijing. (In Chinese).

Wu yu jin xueshu lunzhu zixuan ji (1995), Beijing. (In Chinese).

Wu yu jin wenxuan / wu yu jinzhe (2007), Wuhan. (In Chinese).

Zhou Gucheng (1949), Shijie tongshi, Shanghai. (In Chinese).

Wang Lincong (2002), “Lüe lun quanqiu lishi guan”, Shixue lilun yanjiu, No. 3. (In Chinese).

Xu Lan (2004), “Cong xi'ou zhongxin shi guan dao wenming xingtai shi guan he quanqiu shi guan”, Lishi yanjiu, No. 4. (In Chinese).

Yu Pei (2014), “Quanqiu shi guan he dangdai zhongguo shi yanjiu”, Zhexue yu renwen, No. 2. (In Chinese).

Статті цього автора (авторів), які найбільше читають

1 2 > >>