- Title Pages
- Chronology of Chinese Dynasties
- Trading Places: An Introduction to Zoomorphism and Anthropomorphism in Chinese Art
- Chapter 1 The Taotie Motif on Early Chinese Ritual Bronzes
- Chapter 2 Labeling the Creatures: Some Problems in Han and Six Dynasties Iconography
- Chapter 3 Representing the Twelve Calendrical Animals as Beastly, Human, and Hybrid Beings in Medieval China
- Chapter 4 The Didactic Use of Animal Images in Southern Song Buddhism: The Case of Mount Baoding in Dazu, Sichuan
- Chapter 5 Evil Dragon, Golden Rodent, Sleek Hound: The Evolution of Soushan Tu Paintings in the Northern Song Period
- Chapter 6 Animals in Chinese Rebus Paintings
- Chapter 7 The Pictorial Form of a Zoomorphic Ecology: Dragons and Their Painters in Song and Southern Song China
- Chapter 8 The Political Animal: Metaphoric Rebellion in Zhao Yong’s Painting of Heavenly Horses
- Chapter 9 How the Giraffe Became a Qilin: Intercultural Signification in Ming Dynasty Arts
- Chapter 10 Weird Science: European Origins of the Fantastic Creatures in the Qing Court Painting, the Manual of Sea Oddities
- Chapter 11 Huang Yong Ping and the Power of Zoomorphic Ambiguity
- The Zoomorphic Imagination in Chinese Art and Culture
- University of Hawai'i Press
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