Proceedings 2001

The Role of Women in the Altaic World. Permanent International Altaistic Conference, 44th Meeting, Walberberg, 26-31 August 2001. Edited by Veronika Veit. Asiatische Forschungen, vol. 152. (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2007). 335 pp. ISBN 978-3-447-05537-6.

Inhalt

Veronika Veit (Bonn): Zur Einführung    7

Liste der Teilnehmer    9

V. M. Alpatov (Moskau): Female Variant of Japanese    11–14
Zoya Anayban (Abakan): The Women of Tuva in the Context of the Transformation Period in Russia    15–17
Ágnes Birtalan (Budapest): Ada: A Harmful Female Spirit in the Mongolian Mythology and Folk    Belief    19–33
Elena Boikova (Moskau): Common-Law Marriage in Pre-Revolutionary Mongolia    35–38
Danuta Chmielowska (Warschau): The Image of Woman in Turkish Literature in the Second Half of the 20th Century    39–45
Mihály Dobrovits (Budapest): Maidens, towers and beasts    47–55
Michael R. Drompp (Memphis): From Qatun to Refugee: The Taihe Princess among the Uighurs    57–68
Barbara Frey Näf (Basel): Compared With the women the … menfolk have little business of their own.“ – Gender division of labour in the history of the Mongols    69–76
Marián Gálik (Bratislava): The Twenty-Fourth Nasreddin? Two Women in Wang Meng‘s Xinjiang Stories    77–82
Johannes Gießauf (Graz): Mulieres Bellatrices oder Apis Argumentosa? Aspekte der Wahrnehmung mongolischer Frauen in abendländischen Quellen des Mittelalters    83–92
Mark I. Gol’man (Moskau): The Mongolian Women in the Russian Archives of the XVIIth Century    93–96
Walther Heissig (Rheinböllen): Zum Motiv der Hexenverbrennung in der Mongolischen Volksdichtung    97–98
F. G. Hisamitdinova (Ufa): The Place and Role of the Bashkir Woman in Family and Society: the Present and the Past    99–101
Peter Kalchofner (Mainz): Expressing Feminine Gender in Mongolian    103–108
Barbara Kellner-Heinkele (Berlin): Abu l-Ghazi Bahadur Khan and the Famous and Infamous Women    109–118
N. Kurpeshko (Kemerovo): Female Names Shor Textbooks    119–121
Yuan-Chu Lam (Wellesley): A Khotanese Chaste Wife and her Biographer in Yuan China    123–130
Ruth I. Meserve (Bloomington): The Red Witch    131–141
Junko Miyawaki-Okada (Tokyo): The Role of Women in the Imperial Succession of the Nomadic Empire    143–149
Nina Nazirova (Moskau): Traditional Jewelry Decorations of Uighur Women of Eastern Turkestan at the End of the 19th and the Beginning of the 20th Centuries    151–158
Nima (Peking): Die weiblichen Heiligtümer und ihre historische Funktion    159–171
Hidehiro Okada (Tokyo): The Role of Women in the Erdeni-yin Tobchi: The post-imperial period in particular    173–181
Tatiana A. Pang (St. Petersburg): The Destiny of Qing Taizu Nurhaci’s Second Wife Gundai    183–188
Alessandra Pozzi (Rom): Manchu Women of the Early Stage: Fantasy and Reality    189–198
Elena Remilev-Schlüter (München): The Role of Women in the Oirat-Kalmyk Society    199–209
Volker Rybatzki (Helsinki): Female Personal Names in Middle Mongolian Sources    211–229
Alice Sárközi (Budapest): Goddess With the White Parasol! Protect Us!    231–246
Sečenmönke (Peking): The Role of Women in Traditional Mongolian Society    247–251
A. Senderjav (Bonn): Bezeichnungen des Weiblichen im modernen Khalkha-Mongolisch    253–260
Denis Sinor (Bloomington): Some Observations on Women in Early and Medieval Inner Asian History    261–268
Nina Solntseva (Moskau): Kinship Terms and Third Person Pronouns in Mongolian and South-East Asian Languages    269–272
Giovanni Stary (Venedig): Three Manchu Heroines and their „Destiny“ in Qing Historiography    273–277
Erika Taube (Leipzig): Die Frau in der Volksdichtung der Tuwiner im Altai    279–292
Jakob Taube (Markkleeberg): Albasty und das Motiv der Vielbrüstigkeit    293–305
Edward Tryjarski (Warschau): On Turkish Women in a Polish Work of the 17th Century    307–318
Hartmut Walravens (Berlin): A Manchu Gynaecology    319–324
David C. Wright (Calgary): The Political and Military Power of Kitan Empress Dowagers    325–335