Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient DATINI

Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient

Conservata in: Prato, Fondazione Istituto Internazionale di Storia Economica « F. Datini », Coll: Riv. 62
Consistenza: a. 1, 1958 – a. 56, 2013, 4-5
Lacune: a. 2, 1959; 6, 1963; 23, 1980; 42, 1999-43, 2000; 45, 2002; 48, 2005, 1; a. 51, 2008, 4; a. 54, 2011, 2;

[ 2020-2011 ] [ 2010-2001 ] [ 2000-1991 ] [ 1990-1981 ] [ 1980-1971 ] [ 1970-1958 ]

copertina della rivista

a. 53, 2010, 5

Charles Sanft, Law and Communication in Qin and Western Han China, p. 679
John L. Meloy, Money and Sovereignty in Mecca: Issues of the Sharifs in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries, p. 712
Beatrice Penati, Notes on the Birth of Russian Turkestan’s Fiscal System: A View from the Fergana Oblast’, p. 739

Book Reviews, p. 770

a. 53, 2010, 4

Michael Kozuh, Lamb, Mutton, and Goat in the Babylonian Temple Economy, p. 531
Uriel Simonshon, The Christians Whose Force is Hard: Non-Ecclesiastical Judicial Authorities in the Early Islamic Period, p. 579
Alan Mikhail, Animals as Property in Early Modern Ottoman Egypt, p. 621 REVIEW ARTICLE
Bhaswati Bhatracharya, Mutual Heritage of the Low Countries and South Asia, p. 653

Book Reviews, p. 661

a. 53, 2010, 3

Walter Scheidel, Real Wages in Early Economies: Evidence for Living Standards from 1800 BCE to 1300 CE, p. 425
Richard von Glahn, Monies of Account and Monetary Transition in China, Twelfth to Fourteenth Centuries, p. 463

Kim M. Phillips, Travelers East and West, p. 506 A.Berthoud, B. Delmas, and Th. Demals eds, Y a-t-il des lois en économie? and Y. Roman and J. Dalaison, eds, Economie antique, une économie de marché? (David A. Warburton), p. 513

Book Reviews, p. 523

a. 53, 2010, 1-2

Jubilee Issue, edited by Jos Gommans

Jos Gommans, Empires and Emporia: The Orient in World Historical Space and Time, p. 3
A. G. Hopkins, The Historiography of Globalization and the Globalization of Regionalism, p. 19

Klaas R. Veenhof, Ancient Assur: The City, its Traders, and its Commercial Network, p. 39
Nicola Di Cosmo, Black Sea Emporia and the Mongol Empire: A Reassessment of the Pax Mongolica, p. 83
Kenneth R. Hall, Ports-of Trade, Maritime Diasporas, and Networks of Trade and Cultural Integration in the Bay of Bengal Region of the Indian Ocean: e. 1300-1500, p. 109

Christian de Pee, Purchase on Power: Imperial Space and Commercial Space in Song-Dynasty Kaifeng, 960-1127, p. 149
Daud Ali, Between Market and Court: The Careers oftwo Courtier-Merchants in the Twelfth-Century Deccan, p. 185
Stephen F. Dale, Empires and Emporia: Palace, Mosque, Market, and Tomb in Istanbul, Isfahan, Agra, and Delhi, p. 212

Rudi Matthee, Was Safavid Iran an Empire?, p. 233
David Washbrook, Merchants, Markets, and Commerce in Early Modern South India, p. 266
Bruce Masters, The Political Economy of Aleppo in an Age of Ottoman Reform, p. 290

Heather Sutherland, Treacherous Translators and Improvident Paupers: Perception and Practice in Dutch Makassar, Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries, p. 319
Barbara Watson Andaya, Betweeen Empires and Emporia: The Economics of Christianization in Early Modern Southeast Asia, p. 357
Muzaffar Alam and Sanjay Subrahmanyam, Witnesses and Agents of Empire: Eighteenth-Century Historiography and the World of the Mughal Munshi, p. 393

copertina della rivista

a. 52, 2009, 4

Note from the Editor, p. I
Morris Silver, What Makes Shabti Slave?, p. 619
Mathieu Tillier, Vivre en prison à l’époque abbasside, p. 635
Nanny Kim, River Control, Merchant Philanthropy, and Environmental Change in Nineteenth-Century China, p. 660
Sashi Sivramkrishna, Ascertaining Living Standards in Erstwhile Mysore, Southern India, from Francis Buchanans Journey of 1800-01: An Empirical Contribution to the Great Divergence Debate, p. 695

Reviews, p. 734

a. 52, 2009, 3

Emanuel Pfoh, Some Remarks on Patronage in Ancient Western Asia, p. 363
Daniel Martin Varisco, Agriculture in al-Hamd?n?s Yemen: A Survey from Early Islamic Geographical Text, p. 382
Zoltàn Biedermann, Colombo versus Cannanore: Contrasting Structures of Two Colonial Port Cities (1500-1700), p. 413
Baki Tezcan, The Ottoman Monetary Crisis of 1585 Revisited, p. 460
Christopher S. Agnew, Migrants and Mutineers: The Rebellion of Kong Youde and Seventeenth-Century Northeast Asia, p. 505
Hulya Canbakal, The Ottoman State and Descendants of the Prophet in Anatolia and the Balkans (e. 1500-1700), p. 542

Reviews, p. 579

a. 52, 2009, 2

Heidi Pauwels, The Saint, the Warlord, and the Emperor: Discourses of Braj Bhakti and Bundel? Loyalty, p. 187
Miranda Brown and Rafe de Crespigny, Adoption in Han China, p. 229
Virgilio Martinez Enamorado, F??imid Ambassadors in Bobastro: Changing Religious and Political Allegiances in the Islamic West, p. 267
AbdelAziz EzzelArab, The Fiscal and Constitutional Program of Egypt’s Traditional Elites in 1879: A Documentary and Contextual Analysis of « al-L?iha al-Wa?aniyya » (« The National Program »), p. 301
Morris Silver, Kloppenborg on Crop-Share Leases in Jewish Palestine, p. 325

Reviews, p. 331

a. 52, 2009, 1

Rock, Paper, Scissors: Fragments of Local History in Middle-Period China Theme issue, editeci by Christian de Pee

Editor’s Note, p. 1
Bettine Birge, Rock, Paper, Scissors: The Nature of Locai Sources and Understanding Regional History in Imperial China: Introduction to a Theme Issue of JESHO, p. 4
Angela Schottenhammer, A Buried Past: The Tomb Inscription (Muzhiming) and Official Biographies of Wang Chuzhi (863-923), p. 14
Takashi Sue, Revelations of a Missing Paragraph: Zhu Changwen (1039-1098) and the Compilation of Local Gazetteers in Northern Song China, p. 57
Christian de Pee, Wards of Words: Textual Geographies and Urban Space in Song-Dynasty Luoyang, 960-1127, p. 85
Anne Gerritsen, Fragments of a Global Past: Ceramics Manufacture in Song-Yuan-Ming Jingdezhen, p. 117

Reviews, p. 153

a. 51, 2008, 2

Kerry Muhlestein, Royal Executions: Evidence hearing on the Subject of Sanctioned Killing in the Middle Kingdom, p. 181
Eduard B. Vermeer, The Rise and Fall of a Man-Made Lake: Training Lake in Jiangman 300-2000 A.D, p. 209
Elizabeth Lambourn, Tombstones, Texts, and Typologies: Seeing Sources for the Early History of Islam in Southeast Asia, p. 252
Aharon Layish, Waqfs of Awl?d al-N?s in Aleppo in the Late Maml?k Period as reflected in a Family Archive, p. 287

David Warburton, Reviving Diffusionism, (re. K. Kristiansen and Th. B. Larsson. The Rise of Bronze Age Society: Travels, Transmissions and Transformations (Cambridge, 2005), p. 327
Herman Tieken, The Process of Vernacularization in South Asia (re. S. Pollock, The Language of the Gods in the World of Men: Sanskrit, Culture, and Power in Premodern India (Berkeley and Los Angeles, 2006), p. 338

Reviews, p. 385

a. 51, 2008, 1

Editor’s Note, p. 1
Harriet Zurndorfer, The Orientation of JESHO’s Orient and the Problem of « Orientalism »: Some Reflections on the Occasion of JESHO’s Fiftieth Anniversary, p. 2
John S. Kloppenborg, The Growth and Impact of Agricultural Tenancy in Jewish Palestine (III BCE-I CE), p. 31
Bhaswati Bhattacharya, The « Book of Will » of Petrus Woskan (1680-1751): Some Insights into the Global Commercial Network of the Armenians in the Indian Ocean, p. 67

Juan Carlos Moreno Garcia, La dépendance rurale en Égypte ancienne (B. Menu (éd.)), la dépendance rurale dans l’Antiquité éyptienne et proche-orientale (Le Caire, 2004), p. 99

Reviews, p. 151

a. 50, 2007, 4

Andrew Monson, Royal Land in Ptolemaic Egypt: A Demographic Model, p. 363
Tim Wright, An economic Cycle in Imperial China? Robert Hartwell on Iron and Coal revisited, p. 398
Gillian Green, Angkor Vogue: Sculpted Evidence of Imported Luxury Decor Textitles in the Courts of Kings and Temples, p. 424
Corinne Lefèvre, Recovering a Missing Voice from Muchal India: The imperial Discource of Jahangir (r. 1605-1627) inhis Menoirs, p. 452
Rosalind O’Hanlon, Military Sports and the History of the Martial Body in India, p. 490

Zohar Amar, Efraim Lev, The Significance of the Genizah’s Medical Documents for the Study of Medieval Mediterranean Trade, p. 524
Miri Shefer Monssensohn, Medical Treatment in the Ottoman Nav in the Early Modern Period, p. 542

Reviews, p. 569

a. 50, 2007, 2-3

Special issue
Guest editors: Bhaswati Bhattacharya. Gita Dharampal-Frick, Jos Gommans

Introduction, p. 91
Claude Markovits, Structure and Agency in the World of Asian Commerce during the Era of Asian of European Colonial Domination (c. 1750-1950), p. 106
Sebouh Aslanian, The Circulation of Men and Credit: The Role of the Commenda and the Family Firm in Julfan Society, p. 124
Gagan Sood, « Correspondence is equal to half a meeting »: The Composition and Comprehension of Letters in Eighteenth-century Islamic Eurasia, p. 172
Om Prakash, English Private Trade in the Western Indian Ocean, 1720-1740, p. 215
Ghulam A. Nadri, The Maritime Merchants of Surat: A Long-term Perspective, p. 235
Pius Malekandathil, Winds of Change and Links of Continuity: A Study on the Merchant Groups of Kerala and the Channels of their trade. 1000-1800, p. 259
Takashi Oishi, Indian Muslim Merchants in Mozambique and South Africa: Intra-regional Networks in Strategic Association with State Institutions, 1870s-1930s, p. 287
Prista Ratanapruck, Kinship and Religious Practices as Institutionalization of Trade Networks: Manangi Trade Communities in South and Southeast Asia, p. 325
Engseng Ho, The two Arms of Cambay: Diasporic Texts of Ecumenical Islam in the Indian Ocean, p. 347

a. 50, 2007, 1

Jos Gommans, Editor’s Note, p. I

Christopher Monroe, Vessel Volumetrics and the Myth of the Cyclopean Bronze Age Ship, p. 1
Olivia Milburn, The Book of the Young Master of Accountancy: An Ancient Chinese Economics Text, p. 19
Owen Miller, Corvée Labour among Seoul Merchants in the Late Nineteenth Century, p. 41

Reviews, p. 72

a. 49, 2006, 4

Special issue
Ed. By Kenneth R. Hall

Norman Yoffee, Editor’s Note, p. 381
Hugh R, Clark, Maritime Diasporas in Asia before da Gama: An Introductory Commentary, p. 385
John Chaffee, Diasporic Identities in the Historical Development of the Maritime Muslim Communities of Song-Yuan China, p. 395
Tansen Sen, The Formation of Chinese Maritime Networks to Southern Asia, 1200-1450, p. 421
Kenneth R. Hall, Multi-Dimensional Networking: Fifteenth-Century Indian Ocean Maritime Diaspora in Southeast Asian Perspective, p. 454
Gerrit Knaap, All about Money: Maritime Trade in Makassar and West Java, around 1775, p. 482
Lucille Chia, The Butcher, the Baker, and the Carpenter: Chinese Sojourners in the Spanish Philippines and their impact on Southern Fujian (Sixteenth-Eighteenth Centuries), p. 509

a. 49, 2006, 3

Jordi Vidal, Ugarit and the Southern Levantine Sea-Ports, p. 269
Nicolas Vatin, ERRATA: Ces messieurs de Calata (JESHO 49.i), p. 280
Moshe Gil, The Decline of the Agrarian Economy in Palestine under Roman Rule, p. 285
Jeffrey L. Richey, Lost and Found Theories of Law in Early China, p. 329
Nile Green, A Note on the Saint as Mediator among the Indo-Afghans, p. 344

Reviews, p. 361

a. 49, 2006, 2

Robert McCormick Adams, Shepherds at Umma in the Third Dynasty of Ur: Interlocutors with a World beyond the Scribal Field of Ordered Vision, p. 133
Giancarlo Casale, The Ottoman Administration of the Spice Trade in the Sixteenth-Century Red Sea and Persian Gulf, p. 170
Manu V. Devadevan, Lying on the Edge of the Burning Ground: Rethinking Tinais, p. 199
Miranda Brown, Neither ‘Primitives’ nor ‘Others,’ but Somehow Not Quite Like ‘Us’ : The Fortunes of Psychic Unity and Essentialism in Chinese Studies, p. 219

Reviews, p. 253

a. 49, 2006, 1

J.A. Brinkman, Babylonian Royal Land Grants, Memorials of Financial Interest, and Invocation of Divine, p. 1
Nicolas Vatin, Ces Messieurs de Galata. Note sur Deux Rapports d’Expertise en Droit Maritime Rédigés en Août 1640 à Galata au Profit d’un Capitaine Patmiote, p. 48
Himanshu Prabha Ray, The Archaeology of Bengal: Trading Networks, Cultural Identities, p. 68
Bret Hinsch, The Criticism of Powerful Women by Western Han Dynasty Portent Experts, p. 98

Reviews, p. 122

a. 48, 2005, 4

Alexander Uchitel, Land-Tenure in Mycenaean Greece and the Hittite Empire: Linear B Land-Surveys from Pylos and Middle Hittite Land-Donations, p. 473
Munis D. Faruqui, The Forgotten Prince: Mirza Hakim and the Formation of the Mughal Empire in India, p. 487
Nandita P. Sahal, Crafts in Eighteenth-Century Jodhpur: Questions of Class, Caste and Community Identities, p. 524
Anders Karlsson, Famine, Finance and Political Power: Crop Failure and Land-Tax Reductions in Late Eigteenth-Century Chosôn Korea, p. 552

Reviews, p. 593

a. 48, 2005, 3

William B. Hafford, Mesopotamian Mensuration: Balance Pan Weights from Nippur, p. 345
Magnus Widell, Some Reflections on Babylonian Exchange during the End of the Third Millennium BC, p. 388
Chase F. Robinson, Neck-Sealing in early Islam, p. 401
Roland Wenzlhuemer, The Sinhalese Contribution to Estate Labour in Ceylon, 1881-1891, p. 442

Reviews, p. 459

a. 48, 2005, 2

Robert Carter, The History and Prehistory of Pearling in the Persian Gulf, p. 139
Raymond Westbrook, Patronage in the Ancient Near East, p. 210
Nadia Maria El-Cheikh, Servants at the Gate: Eunuchs at the Court of al-Muqtadir, p. 234
Relli Shechter, Market Welfare in the Early-Modern Ottoman Economy – A Historiographic Overview with Many Questions, p. 253
Bhaswati Bhattacharya, The Armenian-European Relationship in India, 1500-1800: No Armenian Foundation for European Empire, p. 277

Reviews, p. 323

a. 47, 2004, 4

Jeroen Poblome, Comparing Ordinary Craft Production: Textile and Pottery Production in Roman Asia Minor, p. 491
Oleksander Halenko, Wine Production, Marketing and Consumption in the Ottoman Crimea, 1520-1542, p. 507
Vijaya Ramaswamy, Vishwakarma Craftsmen in Early Medieval Peninsular India, p. 548

a. 47, 2004, 3

Norman Yoffee, Editor’s Note, p. 287
Jos Gommans, Between theb Flux and Facts of Indian History: Introduction to a Tribute, p. 288
J. C. Heesterman, The Social Dynamics of the Mughal Empire: A Brief Introduction, p. 292
Simon Digby, Before Timur Came: Provincialization of the Delhi Sultanate through the Fourteenth Century, p. 298
Muzaffar Alam, Sanjay Subrahmanyam, The Deccan Frontier and Mughal Expansion, ca. 1600: Contemporary Perspectives, p. 357
John F. Richards, Warriors and the State in Early Modern India, p. 390
Walter Hauser, From Peasant Soldiering to Peasant Activism: Reflections on the Transition of a Martial Tradition in the Flaming Fields of Bihar, p. 401
Om Prakash, The Indian Maritime Merchant, 1500-1800, p. 435
Dirk Kolff, Retrospection, p. 458

Reviews, p. 463

a. 47, 2004, 2

Daniel T. Potts, Camel Hybridization and the Role of Camelus bactrianus in the Ancient Near East, p. 143
Michael G. Morony, Economic Boundaries? Late Antiquity and Early Islam, p. 166
John L. Meloy, The Privatization of Protection: Extortion and the State in the Circassian Mamluk Period, p. 195
Kenneth R. Hall, Local and International Trade and Traders in the Straits of Melaka Region: 600-1500, p. 213

Reviews, p. 261

a. 47, 2004, 1

Steven J. Garfinkle, Shepherds, Merchants, and Credit: Some Observations on Lending Practices in Ur III Mesopotamia, p. 1
Denise Aigle, Le grand jasaq de Gengis-Khan, l’empire, la culture mongole et la shari’a, p. 31
Jorge Flores, Sanjay Subrahmanyam, The Shadow Sultan: Succession and Imposture in the Mughal Empire, 1628-1640, p. 80

Reviews, p. 122

a. 46, 2003, 4

Jeremy Johns, Archaeology and the History of Early Islam: The First Seventy Years, p. 411
Süleyman Demirci, Complaints about avâriz assessment and payment in the avâriz-tax system: An aspect of the relationship between centre and periphery. A case study of Kayseri, 1618-1700, p. 437
Jonathan Karam Skaff, The Sogdian Trade Diaspora in East Turkestan during the Seventh and Eighth Centuries, p. 475

Comments, p. 525
Reviews, p. 533

a. 46, 2003, 3

Ben Haring, From Oral Practice to Written Record in Ramesside Deir el-Medina, p. 249
Moshe Gil, The Jewish Merchants in the Light of Eleventh-Century Geniza Documents, p. 273
Amos Nadan, Colonial Misunderstanding of an Efficient Peasant Institution: LAnd Settlement and Musha Tenure in Mandate Palestine, 1921-47, p. 320

Harriet T. Zurndorfer, Beyond Sinology: New Developments in the Study of Chinese Economic and Social History, p. 355

Reviews, p. 372

a. 46, 2003, 2

Special section:

Barbara Watson Andaya, Aspects of Warfare in Premodern South-east Asia, p. 139
Felice Noelle Rodriguez, Juan de Salcedo Joins the Native Form of Warfare, p. 143
Gerrit Knaap, Headhunting, Carnage and Armed Peace in Amboina, 1500-1700, p. 165
Michael W. Charney, A Reassessment of Hyperbolic Military Statistics in Some Early Modern Burmese Texts, p. 193
Victor Lieberman, Some Comparative Thoughts on Premodern South-east Asian Warfare, p. 215

Reviews, p. 226

a. 46, 2003, 1

Norman Yoffee, Editor’s Note, p. 1
Richard L. Zettler, Reconstructing the World of Ancient Mesopotamia: Divided Beginnings and Holistic History, p. 3
W. Z. Wendrich, R. S. Tomber, S. E. Sidebotham, J. A. Harrell, R. T. J. Cappers, R. S. Bagnall, Berenike Crossroads: The Integration of Information, p. 46
Li Min, Ji’ nan in the First Millennium B. C.: Archaeology and History, p. 88

Reviews, p. 127

a. 44, 2001, 4

Juan Carlos Moreno García, L’organisation sociale de l’agriculture dans l’Egypte, p. 411
Frans Van Koppen, The Organisation of Institutional Agriculture in Mari, p. 451
Rudi Matthee, Mint Consolidation and the Worsening of the Late Safavid Coinage: The Mint of Huwayza, p. 505
Lennart Bes, The Setupatis, the Dutch, and other bandits in Eighteenth-Century Ramnad (South India), p. 540

Bettine Birge, Gender, Property, and Law in China, p. 575

Reviews, p. 600

a. 44, 2001, 3

Martha T. Roth, Reading Mesopotamian Law Cases, PBS 5 100: A Question of Filiation, p. 243
John L. Meloy, Copper Money in Late Mamluk Cairo: Chaos or Control?, p. 293
Kenneth Pomeranz, Is there an East Asian Development Path? Long term Comparisons, Constraints, and Continuities, p. 322

Adam T. Smith, On Landscapes in the Ancient Near East, p. 363
D.A. Washbrook, Eighteenth-Century Issues in South Asia, p. 372

Reviews, p. 384

a. 44, 2001, 2

Shoufu Jin, Em Gottesurteil im pBoulaq X, em Fall von, « Balance of Power » hei dem Gottesorakel?, p. 95
Cengiz Kallek, Yahya Jbn Adam’s Kitab al-Kharadj: Religious Guidelines for Public Finance, p. 103
Mahmoud Yazbak, Muslim Orphans and the Shari?a in Ottoman Palestine According to Sijill Records, p. 123
P.S. Kanaka Durga, Identity and Symbols of Sustenance: Explorations in Social Mobility of Medieval South India, p. 141
Donald B. Wagner, The Administration of the Iron Industry in Eleventh-Century China, p. 175
Kenneth R. Hall, Upstream and Downstream Unification in Southeast Asia’s First islamic Polity: The Changing Sense of Community in the Fifteenth Century Hikayat Raja-Raja Pasai Court Chronicle, p. 198

Reviews, p. 230

a. 44, 2001, 1

Brian Muhs, Memhership in Private Associations in Ptolemaic Tebtunis, p. 1
Raymond Westbrook, Social Justice and Creative Jurisprudence in Late Bronze Age Syria, p. 22
Maya Shatzmiller, Islamic Institutions and Property Rights: The Case of the ‘Public Good’ Waaf, p. 44

Book reviews, p. 75