ChnStd  Vol.2 No.1 , February 2013
Projecting on China-German Enlightenment and Volker Braun’s “Great Peace”
Author(s) Hansjörg Rothe1,2
ABSTRACT
This short report outlines a work in progress which aims at highlighting the role China played in the discussions of Protestantism and early enlightenment in Germany around 1700, and how this crucial phase may be re-interpreted from the standpoint of the 1980ies, when Volker Brauns drama Great Peace again staged arguments illustrated with references to China. The report argues that Volker Brauns play is an important document of German-Chinese intercultural dialogue, and proposes the project of making a translated version available for the dialogue.

Cite this paper
Rothe, H. & (2013). Projecting on China-German Enlightenment and Volker Braun’s “Great Peace”. Chinese Studies, 2, 50-51. doi: 10.4236/chnstd.2013.21007.
References
[1]   Albrecht, M. (1985). Rede über die praktische Philosophie der Chinesen (p. 21). Hamburg: Christian Wolff.

[2]   Carter, R. (2000). Taiping. München: List

[3]   Braun, V. (2004). Grosser frieden. Berlin: Henschel Theater Verlag

[4]   Paulinerverein (1992). Universit?tskirche Leipzig—Ein Streitfall? Leipzig: Verlag Kunst und Touristik.

 
 
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