The manifold aspects of the emergence of a thorough cultural exchange between Europe and China from the 16th to 18th centuries still arouse astonishment and demand further reflection. These proceedings of the symposium “Europe in China –China in Europe” in commemoration of Matteo Ricci gather together historical contributions which deepen the understanding of the scientific, artistic and missionary engagement of Matteo Ricci and his followers, as well as, conversely, on the spreading of knowledge about China in Europe.
and Artur K. Wardega
focus their attention on the deeds and accomplishments of Matteo Ricci. Wenmin Xu
and Sanle Yu
bring almost unknown Jesuits and China missionaries from Switzerland to our notice. Claudia von Collani
gives a profound insight into the role of women in the China Mission and its reception in Europe. Erich Zettl
is illustrating in a fascinating and exemplary way the artistic side of the Jesuits’ commitment at the court of the emperor. Peter F. Tschudin
expounds the history of paper production in China and subsequently in Europe. Jean-Pierre Voiret
highlights the problems of the reception of Chinese thought by western missionaries.
Horst Gründer, Das Historisch-Politische Buch 62, 2014/2
Jocelyn Chatterton, International Bulletin of Missionary Research 37, 2013
Thomas Neulinger, Zeitschrift für katholische Theologie 135, 2013/4
Paul B. Steffen, Bibliographia Missionara LXXVI, 2012