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Title Routledge handbook of Imperial Chinese history / edited by Victor Cunrui Xiong and Kenneth J. Hammond
Published London : Routledge, 2018
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Contents Introduction -- Part I: Early Imperial China -- (QinFive Dynasties) Section 1 -- The Qin-Han Empire -- 1. The Qin Dynasty, -- Charles Sanft -- 2. The Western Han, -- Liang CAI -- 3. The Eastern Han, -- Rafe de Crespigny -- Section 2 The Six Dynasties -- 4. The Three States (Three Kingdoms), -- Michael Farmer -- 5. The Jin and the Sixteen States, -- Kawamoto Yoshiaki -- 6. The Southern and Northern Dynasties, -- Andrew Chittick -- Section 3 The Sui-Tang Empire and Five Dynasties -- 7. The Sui Dynasty, -- Victor Cunrui Xiong -- 8. The Tang Dynasty I (618-756), -- Seo Tatsuhiko -- 9. The Tang Dynasty II (756907), -- Antony DeBlasi -- 10. The Five Dynasties, -- Peter Lorge -- Part II: Late Imperial China (SongQing) Section 4 -- The Age of Song, Liao, and Jin -- 11. The Northern Song, -- Yongguang HU -- 12. The Southern Song, -- Robert Foster -- 13. The Khitan-Liao and Jurchen-Jin, -- Valerie Hansen -- Section 5 The Yuan and Ming Empires -- 14. The Yuan Dynasty, -- Michael Carl Brose -- 15. The Ming Dynasty (pre-1521), -- Peter Ditmanson -- 16. The Ming Dynasty (post-1521,) -- Harry Miller -- 17. Yuan-Ming Culture, -- Kenneth J. Hammond -- Section 6 The Qing Empire -- 18. The Qing Dynasty (pre-1800), -- Yang-wen ZHENG -- 19. The Qing Dynasty (post-1800), -- Nancy Park -- 20. Qing Culture, -- Richard Smith
Summary The resurgence of modern China has generated much interest, not only in the country's present day activities, but also in its long history. As the only uninterrupted ancient civilization still alive today, the study of China's past promises to offer invaluable insights into understanding contemporary China. Providing coverage of the entire Imperial Era (221 BCE-1912 CE), this handbook takes a chronological approach. It includes comprehensive analysis of all major periods, from the powerful Han empire which rivalled Rome, and the crucial transformative period of the Five Dynasties, to the prosperous Ming era and the later dominance of the non-Han peoples. With contributions from a team of international authors, key themes include:Political events and leadershipReligion and philosophyCultural and literary achievementsLegal, economic, and military institutionsThis book transcends the traditional boundaries of historiography, giving special attention to the role of archaeology. As such, the Routledge Handbook of Imperial Chinese History is an indispensable reference work for students and scholars of Chinese, Asian, and World History
Notes <P>Introduction </P><P><B>Part I: Early Imperial China</B> <B>(Qin-Five Dynasties) Section 1</B> <STRONG>The Qin-Han Empire </STRONG></P><P>1. The Qin Dynasty, <B></B><EM>Charles Sanft </EM></P><P>2. The Western Han, <B></B><EM>Liang CAI </EM></P><P>3. The Eastern Han, <B></B><EM>Rafe de Crespigny</EM> </P><P><STRONG>Section 2 The Six Dynasties </STRONG></P><P>4. The Three States (Three Kingdoms), <B></B><EM>Michael Farmer </EM></P><P>5. The Jin and the Sixteen States, <B></B><EM>Kawamoto Yoshiaki </EM></P><P>6. The Southern and Northern Dynasties, <B></B><EM>Andrew Chittick </EM></P><P><STRONG>Section 3 The Sui-Tang Empire and Five Dynasties </STRONG></P><P>7. The Sui Dynasty, <EM>Victor Cunrui Xiong </EM></P><P>8. The Tang Dynasty I (618-756), <EM>Seo Tatsuhiko</EM> </P><P>9. The Tang Dynasty II (756-907), <EM>Antony DeBlasi </EM></P><P>10. The Five Dynasties, <EM>Peter Lorge</EM> </P><P><B>Part II: Late Imperial China (Song-Qing) Section 4</B> <STRONG>The Age of Song, Liao, and Jin </STRONG></P><P>11. The Northern Song, <EM>Yongguang HU </EM></P><P>12. The Southern Song, <EM>Robert Foster </EM></P><P>13. The Khitan-Liao and Jurchen-Jin, <EM>Valerie Hansen</EM> </P><P><STRONG>Section 5 The Yuan and Ming Empires </STRONG></P><P>14. The Yuan Dynasty, <EM>Michael Carl Brose </EM></P><P>15. The Ming Dynasty<I> </I>(pre-1521), <EM>Peter Ditmanson </EM></P><P>16. The Ming Dynasty (post-1521,) <EM>Harry Miller </EM></P><P>17. Yuan-Ming Culture, <EM>Kenneth J. Hammond </EM></P><P><STRONG>Section 6 The Qing Empire </STRONG></P><P>18. The Qing Dynasty (pre-1800), <EM>Yang-wen ZHENG </EM></P><P>19. The Qing Dynasty (post-1800), <EM>Nancy Park </EM></P><P>20. Qing Culture, <EM>Richard Smith</EM></P>
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Subject Civilization.
SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Ethnic Studies -- General.
Song China.
china history brook.
chinese history brook.
history imperial china.
imperial china.
imperial chinese history.
ming china.
qin china.
qing China.
tang china.
China -- Civilization -- 221 B.C.-960 A.D
China -- Civilization -- 960-1644.
China.
Form Electronic book
Author Hammond, Kenneth James, editor.
Xiong, Victor Cunrui, editor.
ISBN 1315726874
1317538218
1317538226
1317538234
9781315726878
9781317538219
9781317538226
9781317538233
Other Titles Handbook of Imperial Chinese history
Imperial Chinese history