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Books on Cultural Exchange between China and the West in the Late Ming and Early Qing. Review of Jean-François Gerbillon S.J., (1654–1707): Un des cinq mathématiciens envoyés en Chine par Louis XIV, by Yves de Thomaz de Bossierre; Letters from China to His Native Country and Other Correspondence with European Astronomers (1716–1736), by Josef Kolmas; Un solo Cielo: Giulio Aleni S.J. (1582–1649): Geografia, arte, scienza, religione dall'Europa alla Cina, by Eugenio Menegon; Ferdinand Verbiest (1623–1688): Jesuit Missionary, Scientist, Engineer and Diplomat, edited by John W. Witek; The Astronomia Europaea of Ferdinand Verbiest, S.J., (Dillingen, 1687): Text, Translation, Notes and Commentaries, by Noel Golvers; L'Europe en Chine: Interactions scientifiques, religieuses et culturelles aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles, edited by Catherine Jami and Hubert Delahaye; A Question of Rites: Friar Domingo Navarrete and the Jesuits in China, by J. S. Cummins; New Discussion on the Relationship between Neo-Confucianism and Science in the Late Ming-Early Qing Period, by Zhang Yongtang

China and Maritime Europe, 1500–1800: Trade, Settlement, Diplomacy, and Missions

Ferdinand Verbiest and Jesuit Science in 17th-Century China: An Annotated Edition and Translation of the Constantinople Manuscript (1676)

Ferdinand Verbiest's Letter of 1678 to King Afonso VI of Portugal and the Possible Role of Tomás Pereira in Its Conception

From Astronomy to Heaven: Jesuit Science and the Conversion of China

The Inspiration of Jesuit Educational Thought in Modern China

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