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Writing and Law in Late Imperial China

Crime, Conflict, and Judgment (Asian Law Series)
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Their focus is the late Ming and Qing periods (c. ); their documents range from plaints filed at the local level by commoners, through various texts produced by the well-to-do, to the legal opinions penned by China's emperors. Writing and Law in Late Imperial China explores works of crime-case fiction, judicial handbooks for.

Writing and Law in Late Imperial China explores works of crime-case fiction, judicial handbooks for magistrates and legal secretaries, popular attitudes toward clergy and merchants as reflected in legal plaints, and the belief in a parallel, otherworldly judicial system that Format: Paperback.

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Get this from a library. Writing and law in late Imperial China: crime, conflict, and judgment. [Robert E Hegel; Katherine Carlitz;] -- Scholars of Chinese history, law, literature, and religions consider the influence of the Ming and Qing dynasties legal culture on literature and the influence of literary conventions on the.

Katherine Carlitz ed. Writing and Law in Late Imperial China, pp. Further readings: Joanna Waley-Cohen, "Collective Responsibility in Qing Criminal Law" in Turner, Feinerman and Guy, The Limits of the Rule of Law in China, pp.

Kutcher, Norman, Mourning in Late Imperial China: Filial Piety and the State, CambridgeFile Size: KB. Writing and Law in Late Imperial China makes an important contribution to Chinese legal history. Apart from the original research on which many of the essays are based, its turn to literary methodologies in the study of law yields not only new information about late imperial law in China, but new kinds of knowledge about : Robert E.

Hegel, Katherine N. Carlitz. Matthew Sommer's Sex, Law, and Society in Late Imperial China is a milestone in the history of Chinese sexuality. Sommer's analyses of legal cases and statutes dating from the seventeenth to the nineteenth centuries are [End Page ] argued with a sophistication unprecedented in the writing on Chinese sexuality to by: 1.

Writing and Law in Late Imperial China 作者: Robert E. Hegel / Katherine Carlitz (Editors) 出版社: University of Washington Press 副标题: Crime, Conflict, and Judgment 出版年: 页数: 定价: USD 装帧: Hardcover ISBN: This book is an important addition to the body of literature that rediscovers women’s textual production in late imperial China.

It distinguishes itself with a wealth of first-hand materials that are made available in English for the first time. The book. Late Imperial China | Late Imperial China is the principal scholarly journal for historians of China who specialize in the Ming and Qing dynasties (c.

to ). The journal presents. 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.

In book: Writing and Law in Late Imperial China: Crime, Conflict, and Judgement, Chapter: "Beyond Bao: Moral Authority and the Law in Late Imperial Author: Daniel Youd.

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Law and Local Society in Late Imperial China: Based on case files, this study explores the social significance of the traditional Chinese legal system, and investigates how people utilized the courts during the course of criminal and civil : Ellen Widmer.

4 - Middle and Late Imperial China: A.D. –Ca. 67 5 - The Tumultuous Nineteenth Century: External Aggression and Internal Chaos   Ambiguous images of courtesan culture in late imperial China Paul S. Ropp 2. The late Ming courtesan: invention of a cultural ideal Wai-yee Li 3.

The written word and the bound foot: a history of the courtesan's aura Dorothy Ko /5(3). Fall State, Society, and Economy in Late Imperial China, Listed in: Asian Languages and Civilizations, as ASLC | History, as HIST Moodle site: Course (Login required) Faculty.

George Qiao (Section 01). Description (Offered as HIST [AS] and ASLC [C]) This seminar introduces students to the major historical scholarship and debates on. Robert E.

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Hegel (born 9 JanuaryGoodrich, Michigan; 何谷理) is an American sinologist specializing in the fiction of late imperial China.

He taught at Washington University, St. Louis, from until his retirement in the spring of and was made Liselotte Dieckman Professor of Comparative Literature and Professor of Chinese in Inthe Institut de France. HIEA Seminar in Late Imperial Chinese History: Law and Culture of the Qing () Ting Zhang [email protected] Description: This course will introduce upper-division undergraduate and graduate students to recent studies of the law, society and culture of late imperial China, focusing on the Qing period ().

This chapter examines a host of significant authors and their works to shed light on the heretofore under-studied private historiography of late imperial China. It shows that while the Ming and Qing worlds of private historiography might not have produced major comprehensive historical works, there was no dearth of diversity, creativity, and innovation.

The Ming scholars, highly critical of Author: On-Cho Ng. --to help advise students' course essays, junior papers, policy workshops, and senior theses about contemporary China; --to supplement the required reading lists of courses on "Chinese Development" and "Chinese Politics," for which.

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Writing for Justice: An Activist Beginning of Cited by: 7. Century China”, Journal of Women’s History, Vol. 8, No. 4 (Winter),8 Ko D., “The written word and the bound foot: a history of the courtesan’s aura,” in Widmer, E., and Kang-i Sun Chang, eds., Writing Women in Late Imperial China, p.

Ko, D., Teachers of the Inner Chambers: Women and Culture in Seventeenth-CenturyFile Size: KB. Honolulu, Hawaii: University of Hawaii Press, pp. ISBN (hardcover). Following Dorothy Ko and Susan Mann’s seminal studies of gentry women’s lives and literary production in late imperial China, Grace S.

Fong’s new book Herself an Author: Gender, Agency, and Writing in Late Imperial China investigates the. 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.

Late imperial China also ushered in new sociopolitical milieus in which thoughts and ideas unfolded. The growth of printing technology and the related book trade and culture, for instance, exerted influence on intellectual developments, as did the rise of the merchants and the fostering of an ethos that prized success in the workaday world.

25 MacKinnon, Stephen, Power and Politics in Late Imperial China: Yuan Shi-kai in Beijing and Tianjin, – (Berkeley: University of California Press, ), – 26 Reynolds, Douglas R., China, – The Xinzheng Revolution and Japan, Harvard East Asian Monographs (Cambridge, Mass.: Council on East Asian Studies Cited by: 7.

archival material and writing about it in English. However, a 'general' reader, from comparative law or legal history, interested in obtaining an overview of the legal system of late imperial China may conclude that any 'new' understanding achieved is not worth the investment of time necessary to plod through this entire book.Late Imperial China Final.

Hist STUDY. PLAY. Ban Zhao "foremost woman scholar of China;" wrote a tract advising women on how to behave; compared the relationship between husbands and wives to that of Yin and Yang. 5 Confucian relationships. ().

A Neglected Genealogy of the Martyred Heroines of Islam: (Re)-writing Women’s Participation in Jihad Into the History of Late Imperial Gansu. Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs: Vol. 38, No. 3, pp.

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