4 edition of Province and politics in late imperial China found in the catalog.
Province and politics in late imperial China
Samuel Adrian M. Adshead
|Series||Scandinavian Institute of Asian Studies monograph series,, no. 50|
|LC Classifications||DS793.S8 A37 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||139 p. :|
|Number of Pages||139|
|LC Control Number||84207444|
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Despite the importance of books and the written word in Chinese society, the history of the book in China is a topic that has been little explored. This pioneering volume of essays, written by historians, art historians, and literary scholars, introduces the major issues in the social and cultural history of the book in late imperial China.5/5(1).
This well-documented study discusses the social and economic changes in Shandong province before the influence of the West was felt at the end of the nineteenth century. The authors show that by the sixteenth century, commercial and handicraft towns linked to national and local markets had already begun to emerge.
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Despite the importance of books and the written word in Chinese society, the history of the book in China is a topic that has been little explored. This book of essays—written by historians, art historians, and literary scholars—introduces the major issues in the social and cultural history of the book in late imperial China.
Informed by insights from the rich literature on the history of. Cities of Jiangnan in Late Imperial China. This book examines cities of the Jiangnan region of south-central China between the twelfth and nineteenth centuries, an.
North and South China in the thirteenth century, and continued into late imperial China with the restoration of native Chinese rule in The formation of the Confucian gentry as a nonaris- tocratic elite class in China, with political status and social pre- rogatives corroborated through "trial by examination," produced.
Late Imperial China is the principal journal for scholars of China's Ming and Qing dynasties. The journal presents methodologically innovative work in political and intellectual history, social, economic, cultural, and gender history, as well as historical demography, art history, religious studies, philosophy, and literature.
Late Imperial China regularly features new work by. In the sixteenth century, European missionaries brought a foreign and global religion to China. Converts then transformed this new religion into a local one. Focusing on the still-active Catholic communities of Fuan county in northeast Fujian, this project's implications extend beyond the issue of Christianity in China to the wider fields of religious and social history and the early.
Formerly called Ch'ing-shih wen-t'i through Volume 5 (Print ISSN: ). Late Imperial China is the principal journal for scholars of China’s Ming and Qing dynasties.
The journal presents methodologically innovative work in political and intellectual history, social, economic, cultural, and gender history, as well as historical demography, art history, religious studies.
Province and politics in late imperial China: viceregal government in Szechwan, Author: Samuel Adrian M Adshead ; Scandinavian Institute of Asian Studies.
The essays in Powerful Arguments reconstruct the standards of validity underlying argumentative practices in a wide array of late imperial Chinese discourses, from the Song through the Qing dynasties.
The fourteen case studies analyze concrete arguments defended or contested in areas ranging from historiography, philosophy, law, and religion to natural studies, literature, and the.
The allegiance of governors shifted easily from the centre to the provinces. Ritual and festive occasions, equally important to generate cohesion, were rarely shaped wholly by either side. Agents & Interactions examines these connections in late imperial China, early modern Europe, and the Ottoman empire.
Contributions highlight the different Author: Patricia Ebrey. Elliott, Mark C. The Manchu Way: Eight Banners and Ethnic Identity in Late Imperial China. Stanford University Press, an influential study in the "New Qing History" 新清史, an approach to the history of the last dynasty to rule in China that emphasizes the importance of Manchu political and military institutions in giving the last empire its particular shape and identity/10().
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In The Art of Being Governed, Michael Szonyi explores the myriad ways that families fulfilled their obligations to provide a soldier to the army. The complex strategies they developed to manage their responsibilities suggest a new interpretation of an important period in China’s history as well as a broader theory of politics.
Negotiated Power in Late Imperial China: The Zongli Yamen and the Politics of Reform explores the nature and functioning of reform during the nineteenth century of China's Qing dynasty (–). By analyzing the bureaucratic modes of management that developed around the creation and evolution of the Zongli Yamen or Foreign Office (–), the book demonstrates the vitality of not only the Chinese State Price: $ State and Society in Early Republican Politics, –18 - Volume - Mary Backus Rankin Elite Activism and Political Transformation in China: Zhejiang Province, – (Stanford: Stanford University Press, ), Power and Politics in Late Imperial China: Yuan Shihkai in Beijing and Tianjin, Cited by: 9.
The book Southwest China in Regional and Global Perspectives (c. ), edited by Ulrich Theobald and CAO Jin, is dedicated to important issues in society, trade, and local policy in the southwestern provinces of Yunnan, Guizhou and Sichuan during the late phase of the Qing combines the methods of various disciplines to bring more light into the neglected.
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Introduction. Although for most purposes “late imperial China” refers to the Ming and Qing dynasties (–), many scholars believe that key aspects of China’s late imperial economy came into existence as a result of a series of changes that began in the late Tang dynasty and culminated during the Song dynasty, known as the “Tang-Song transformation.”.
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Goossaert, Vincent. (b). ‘The Beef Taboo and the Sacrificial Structure of Late Imperial Chinese Society’, in Roel Sterckx, ed., Of Tripod and Palate: Food, Politics, and Religion in Traditional China. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. – Google ScholarAuthor: Barend ter Haar.
In the long run, political boundaries and the degree of political centralization are not immune to political-economic forces (Alesina and Spolaore, ), and China was no exception. In the conclusion, I discuss how the provinces gained power at the expense of the imperial court after when it became clear that the multiple crises Cited by: torians about China,this book examines the relationships between economic and environmental changes in the southern Chinese provinces of Guangdong and Guangxi (a region historically known as Lingnan,“South of the Moun-tains”) in imperial China,focusing on the period from to.
China's last dynasty was the Qing (–), which was replaced by the Republic of China inand then in the mainland by the People's Republic of China in Chinese history has alternated between periods of political unity and peace, and periods of war and failed statehood —the most recent being the Chinese Civil War (–).
The dynastic centre and the provinces were linked by agents and ritual occasions. This book includes contributions by specialists examining these connections in late imperial China, early modern Europe, and the Ottoman empire, suggesting important revisions and an agenda for title is available online in its entirety in Open Access.
Looking beyond the familiar trappings of the cult of female chastity--such as hagiographies of widows and chastity shrines--in late imperial China, this book explores the cult's political significance and practical ramifications in everyday life during the eighteenth century.
In the first full-length study of the subject, Janet Theiss examines a vast number of. Mourning in Late Imperial China book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. To win the approval of China's native elites, Qing China's 4/5. Power and Politics in Late Imperial China: Yuan Shi-kai in Beijing and Tianjin, – Berkeley: University of California Press.
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Matthew Sommer's Sex, Law, and Society in Late Imperial China is a superb study of sexual regulation and social change in the late imperial period. The focus of this densely packed analysis is the Qing period, but the study includes a much longer sweep of history that takes account of the origins of sexual regulation in the pre- and early empire periods and the Cited by: 1.
“The Libertine’s Friend is a lively study of same-sex love and desire in late imperial China in both pornographic and nonpornographic fiction, concluding with an excellent epilogue on the suppression of that rich tradition in the early twentieth century. Besides supplying a fine description of a broad range of fiction about homoerotic love.
This book is a collection of civil examination records from Zhejiang Province, dated the eighth year of the Zhengde reign () of the Ming dynasty. The civil examination system in China officially began in the first half of the seventh century and continued with various modifications until its abolition in in the late Qing dynasty.
Its purpose was to train and select qualified. “Religion in a State Society: China” Myron L. Cohen I. INTRODUCTION: CENTRAL POINTS China, the world’s largest society both now and in pre-industrial times, provides an excellent case for consideration of the multifaceted role of religion in the expression of social and political File Size: KB.
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His latest book, entitled Ancestors, Virgins, and Friars: Christianity as a Local Religion in Late Imperial China (Harvard Asia Center Publication Programs and Harvard University Press, ; recipient of the Joseph Levenson Book Prize, Association for Asian Studies), centers on the life of Catholic communities in Fujian province between.
This is a collection of Guizhou provincial civil examination records dated the 25th year () of the Jiajing reign (–66) of the Ming dynasty. The civil examination system in China began in the first half of the seventh century and continued with various modifications until its abolition in in the late Qing dynasty.
Its purpose was to train and select qualified officials to form an. Daniel Knorr is a PhD Candidate in the Department of History at the University of Chicago, specializing in the history of late imperial and modern China. He studies the exercise of political power across space and the formation of local communities through both institutions and cultural practices.
His current project is a history of Jinan, the capital of Shandong Province in. China, Compiled from the January Background Note and supplemented with additional information from the State Department and the editors of this volume.
Guangzhou, Guangzhou, known as the city of the rams (yangcheng) and the city of flowers (huacheng), is the capital city of Guangdong province and one of the for Relations With China, CHINA, RELATIONS WITH. In terms of jurisdiction and punishment, the border between civil and criminal laws in imperial China is not clear cut.
The same officials can handle both civil and criminal cases, and lawfully impose the same punishment, such as the death penalty, on unfilial sons and traitors alike. In terms of the sphere of interests, however, the officials know very well that some Author: Nap-yin Lau.Conference, Workshop, or Seminar Organization Ihor Pidhainy, University of West Georgia, “Southeast US Scholars and Friends of Late Imperial China (SEUS-SFLIC) Morality and Politics in Late Imperial China Conference” Short Research Trips—Tenure-line Faculty Andrew Shimunek, University of Naples “L’Orientale.” “Early 19th Century Gobi Khalkha in Tibetan .Negotiated Power in Late Imperial China: The Zongli Yamen and the Politics of Reform: Rudolph, Jennifer: Books -