A King in China

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ARIS, MICHAEL (Hrsg.)

Lamas, Princes and Brigands: Joseph Rock's Photographs of the Tibetan Borderlands of China
China House Gallery, New York
1992

 

BOOZ, PATRICK R.

Yunnan, Southwest China's Little-Known Land of Eternal Spring
Passport Books, Chicago
1987

 

CHOCK, ALVIN K.

Joseph F. Rock, 1884-1962
In: The American Horticultural Magazine, p.159
1963

 

EDWARDS, MIKE

Joseph Rock: Our Man in China (1922-1935)
In: The National Geographic Society Magazine, Vol. 191, No. 1, p.62-81
January 1997

 

EGGE, ROBERT G.

Joseph F. Rock (1884-1962)
In: Principes, Vol. 24 (2), International Palm Society, p.82-90
1980

 

GOULLART, PETER

Forgotten Kingdom
London
1957
(Online)

 

GROSVENOR, GILBERT H.

The National Geographic Society's Yünnan Province Expedition
In: The National Geographic Society Magazine, Vol. XLVII, No. 4, p.493-498
April 1925

 

ROCK, JOSEPH F.

The Indigenous Trees of the Hawaiian Islands
Published under Patronage by Joseph F. Rock, Honolulu
1913

 

The Ornamental Trees of Hawaii
Published under Patronage by Joseph F. Rock, Honolulu
1917

 

Hunting the Chaulmoogra Tree
In: The National Geographic Society Magazine, Vol. XLI, No. 3, p.242-276
March 1922

 

Banishing the Devil of Disease Among the Nashi: Weird Ceremonies Performed by an Aboriginal Tribe in the Heart of Yunnan Province, China
In: The National Geographic Society Magazine, Vol. XLVI, No. 5, p.473-499
November 1924

 

The Land of the Yellow Lama
In: The National Geographic Society Magazine, Vol. XLVII, No. 4, p.447-492
April 1925

 

Experiences of a Lone Geographer
In: The National Geographic Society Magazine, Vol. XLVIII, No. 3, p.331-347
September 1925

 

Through the Great River Trenches of Asia: National Geographic Society Explorer Follows the Yangtze, Mekong, and Salwin Through Mighty Gorges, Some of Whose Canyon Walls Tower to a Height of More Than Two Miles
In: The National Geographic Society Magazine, Vol. L, No. 2, p.133-186
August 1926

 

Life Among the Lamas of Choni: Describing the Mystery Plays and Butter Festival in the Monastery of an Almost Unkonwn Tibetan Principality in Kansu Province, China
In: The National Geographic Society Magazine, Vol. LIV, No. 5, p.569-619
November 1928

 

Seeking the Mountains of Mystery: An Expedition on the China-Tibet Frontier to the Unexplored Amnyi Machen Range, One of Whose Peaks Rivals Everest
In: The National Geographic Society Magazine, Vol. LVII, No. 2, p.131-185
February 1930

 

The Glories of the Minya Konka: Magnificent Snow Peaks of the China-Tibetan Border Are Photographed at Close Range by a National Geographic Society Expedition
In: The National Geographic Society Magazine, Vol. LVIII, No. 4, p.385-437
October 1930

 

Konka Risumgongba, Holy Mountain of the Outlaws
In: The National Geographic Society Magazine, Vol. LX, No. 1, p.1-65
July 1931

 

The Land of the Tebbus
In: Geographic Journal, 81, p.108-127
1933

 

Sungmas, the Living Oracles of the Tibetan Church
In: The National Geographic Society Magazine, Vol. LXVIII, No. 4, p.475-486
October 1935

 

The Story of the Flood in the Literature of the Mo-so (Na-khi) Tribe
In: Journal of the West China Border Research Society, 7, p.64-81
1935

 

The Origin of the Tso-La Books, Or Books of Divination of the Na-khi or Mo-so Tribe
In: Journal of the West China Border Research Society, 8, p.229-239
1936

 

Hä-la or the Killing of the Soul as Practised by Na-khi Sorcerers
In: Journal of the West China Border Research Society, 8, p.56-59
1936

 

The Birth and Origin of Dto-mba Shi-lo, the Founder of the Mo-so Shamanism according to Mo-so Manuscripts
In: Artibus Asiae, 7, p.5-85, Leipzig
1937

 

The Nichols Mo-so Manuscript of the American Geographical Society
In: Geographical Review, 27, p.229-239, New York
1937

 

Studies in Na-khi Literature. I. The Birth and Origin of Dto-mba Shi-lo, the Founder of the Mo-so Shamanism according to Mo-so Manuscripts. II. The Na-khi Hä Zhi P'i or the Road the Gods Decide
In: Bulletin de l'Ecole Francaise d'Extrême Orient, 37 (1), p.1-119
1937

 

The Zher-khin Tribe and their Religious Literature
In: Monumenta Serica, 3, p.171-190
1938

 

The Romance of K'a-mä-gyu-mi-gkyi
In: Bulletin de l'Ecole Francaise d'Extrême Orient, 39, p.1-152
1939

 

The Ancient Na-khi Kingdom of Southwest China
Vol. I and II, Harvard University Press, Cambridge
1947

 

The Mùan-bpö Ceremony or the Sacrifice to Heavenas Practised by the Na-khi
In: Monumenta Serica, 13, p.9-160
1948
In: Annali Lateranensi, 16, p.9-158
1952

 

The Na-khi Naga Cult and Related Ceremonies
Vol. I and II, Serie Orientale Roma IV, Rome
1952

 

The Zhi Mä Funeral Ceremony of the Na-khi of Southwest China
Studia Instituti Anthropos, 9, Vienna
1955

 

The Na-khi D'a Nv Funeral Ceremony with Special Reference to the Origin of Na-khi Weapons
In: Anthropos, 50, p.1-31
1955

 

The Amnye Ma-chhen Range and Adjacent Regions. A Monographic Study
Serie Orientale Roma, XII, Rome
1956

 

Contributions to the Shamanism of the Tibetan-Chinese Borderland
In: Anthropos, 54, p.796-817
1959

 

A New Hawaiian Pritchardia
Bernice P. Bishop Museum
1962

 

The Life and Culture of the Na-khi Tribe of the China-Tibet Borderland
In: Voigt, Wolfgang (Ed.)
Verzeichnis der orientalischen Handschriften in Deutschland
Suppl. 2, Wiesbaden
1963

 

A Na-khi - English Encyclopedic Dictionary, Part I
Serie Orientale Roma XXVIII, Instituto Italiano per il Medio ed Estremo Oriente, Rome
1963

 

A Na-khi - English Encyclopedic Dictionary, Part II: Gods, Priests, Ceremonies, Stars, Geographical Names
Serie Orientale Roma XXVIII, Instituto Italiano per il Medio ed Estremo Oriente, Rome
1972

 

ROCK, JOSEPH F.

Unpublished Manuscripts online at the Arnold Arboretum Library of Harvard University, Cambridge

 

West China (Handwritten) (Transcribed)

 

The Amnye Ma-chhen Range (Handwritten) (Transcribed)

 

The Principality of Cho-ni (Handwritten) (Transcribed)

 

Tibetan-Moslem War in West-Kan-su (Handwritten) (Transcribed)

 

Inane Lamaist Practices of Ra-gya Monastery (Handwritten) (Transcribed)

 

Missionaries in West China (Handwritten) (Transcribed)

 

Exit from China in 1927 (Handwritten) (Transcribed)

 

ROCK, JOSEPH F.
and
KLAUS LUDWIG JANERT (Hrsg.)

Na-khi Manuscripts, Part I and II
Verzeichnis der orientalischen Handschriften in Deutschland, 7, Wiesbaden
1965

 

ROCK, JOSEPH F.
and
MICHAEL OPPITZ

The Propitiation of Heaven
In: Oppitz, Michael and Elisabeth Hsu (eds.)
Naxi and Moso Ethnography: Kin, Rites, Pictographs
Völkerkundemuseum der Universität Zürich, p.173-188, Zürich
1998

 

ROCK, JOSEPH F.
and
ROBERT KOC (Hrsg./Übers.)

Yü-Lung Shan. Gesang am Jade-Drachenberg
Stifterbibliothek, Salzburg/München
1969

 

SARGENT, CHARLES SPRAGUE

The Arnold Arboretum Expedition to North Central Asia
In: Journal of the Arnold Arboretum, p.213-216, Cambridge
1925

 

SCHMID, TONI

Rezension zu Rock: The Zhi Mä Funeral Ceremony of the Na-khi of Southwest China
In: Ethnos, 1, p.2-60
1957

 

SUTTON, STEPHANNE B.
(SYLVIA BARRY)

Charles Sprague Sargent and the Arnold Arboretum
Harvard University Press, Cambridge
1970

 

In China's Border Provinces. The Turbulent Career of Joseph Rock, Botanist-Explorer
Hastings House, New York
1974

 

WALRAVENS, HARTMUT

Joseph Franz Rock (1884-1962): Eine Übersicht
In: Oriens Extremus, 38, p.209-237
1995

 

Joseph Franz Rock (1884-1962), Berichte, Briefe und Dokumente des Botanikers, Sinologen und Nakhi-Forschers
Verzeichnis der orientalischen Handschriften in Deutschland, Supplementband 36, Stuttgart
2002

 

Joseph Franz Rock, Expedition zum Amnye Machhen in Südwest-China im Jahre 1926, Im Spiegel von Tagebüchern und Briefen
Wiesbaden
2003