2 edition of Bibliography of mathematics published in Communist China during the period 1949-1960 found in the catalog.
Bibliography of mathematics published in Communist China during the period 1949-1960
Chia Kuei Tsao
|Statement||compiled by Chia Kuei Tsao.|
|Series||Contemporary Chinese research mathematics -- vol.1|
|Contributions||American Mathematical Society.|
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William C. Summers Introduction Archeological evidence for scientific and technological knowledge in China extends at least to the Neolithic period (ca. BC) while written material is available from as early as the Shang period (ca. – BC). Early traditions, dating from the Shang, include divinations written in the precursor to modern Chinese [ ]. "The East is Black is a compelling account of transnational interaction between American black political radicals and China from the founding of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) in until the s. Robeson Taj Frazier’s book is a valuable addition to an exploding historiography on transnational contacts between individuals and.
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