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Title:
Steeped in history : the art of tea
Author:
Hohenegger, Beatrice.
Publication Information:
Los Angeles : Fowler Museum at UCLA, [2009]

©2009
Physical Description:
235 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 31 cm
General Note:
Catalog of an exhibition held at the Fowler Museum, University of California, Los Angeles, Aug. 16-Nov. 29, 2009.
Language:
English
Contents:
China, cradle of tea culture / Beatrice Hohenegger -- Tea in China: from its mythological origins to the Qindg Dynasty / Steven D. Owyoung -- Learning pottery in Yixing, China / Terese Tse Bartholomew -- The way of tea in Japan / Beatrice Hohenegger -- Buddhist thought and the way of tea / Dennis Hirota -- Dissension in the world of tea: the fashion for Sencha and Chinese culture in early modern Japan / Patricia J. Graham -- The sacred and the profane: the role of women in Edo Period tea culture / Reiko Tainimura -- The tea craze in the west / Beatrice Hohenegger -- Tea and the middle class / Woodruff D. Smith -- Tea and the conversation piece / Angus Trumble -- Determining the growth and distribution of tea drinking in eighteenth-century America / Barbara G. Carson -- Beyond Boston: pre-revolutionary activism and the other tea American tea parties / Jane T. Merritt -- Tea and empire / Beatrice Hohenegger -- Teapots, opium pipes, guns: from the Canton trade to the Opium War, 1700-1842 / John E. Wills Jr. -- Tea labor, and empire in India / Elizabeth Kolsky.
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ISBN:
9780977834419
Format :
Book

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