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This book investigates the contested ways in which Eighteenth-century German philosophers, scientists, poets, and dramatists perceived and represented China and Africa from 1680 to 1830.
Hegel at the LimitsThreads of a Texture: Leibniz's Translation of ChinaReading Sovereign Subjectivity via ChinaDetailed Ethnicity. Perception and Gender in Travel AccountsBodies on Stage: Late Eighteenth-Century Aesthetics of RaceThe Texture of History, the Color of Selves: The Turn to the Modern
BIRGIT TAUTZ is Assistant Professor of German at Bowdoin College, USA.