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The Cambridge history of China
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The Cambridge history of China
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general editors, Denis Twitchett and John K. Fairbank
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International scholars and sinologists discuss culture, economic growth, social change, political processes, and foreign influences in China since the earliest pre-dynastic period
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  • 1925-2006
  • 1907-1991
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  • Twitchett, Denis Crispin
  • Fairbank, John King
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  • China
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The Cambridge history of China, general editors, Denis Twitchett and John K. Fairbank
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Vol. 1. edited by Denis Twitchett and Michael Loewe; vol. 5, pt. 1 edited by Denis Twitchett and Paul Jakov Smith; vol. 5, pt. 2 edited by John W. Chaffee and Denis Twitchett ; vol. 6 edited by Herbert Franke and Denis Twitchett; vol. 7-8 edited by Frederick W. Mote and Denis Twitchett; v. 9. edited by Willard J. Peterson; v. 11 edited by John F. Fairbank and Kwang-Ching Liu; v. 13 edited by John K. Fairbank and Albert Feuerwerker; v. 14-15 edited by Roderick MacFarquhar and John K. Fairbank
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Contents
  • v. 5, pt. 2.
  • Sung China, 960-1279
  • v. 6.
  • Alien regimes and border states, 907-1368
  • v. 7-8.
  • The Ming Dynasty, 1368-1644, pt. 1-2
  • v. 9.
  • The Ch'ing Empire to 1800, pt. 1-2
  • v. 10-11.
  • Late Chʻing, 1800-1911, pt. 1-2
  • v. 1.
  • v. 12-13.
  • Republican China, 1912-1949, pt. 1-2
  • v. 14.
  • The People's Republic, pt. 1
  • v. 15.
  • The People's Republic, pt. 2:
  • Revolutions within the Chinese Revolution, 1966-1982
  • The Chʻin and Han Empires, 221 B.C.-A.D. 220
  • v. 2.
  • The Six Dynasties, 220-589
  • v. 3, pt. 1.
  • Sui and Tʻang China, 589-906
  • v. 5, pt. 1.
  • The Sung Dynasty and its precursors, 907-1279
  • Wang Mang, the restoration of the Han dynasty, and Later Han
  • Hans Bielenstein
  • The conduct of government and the issues at stake (A.D. 57-167)
  • Michael Loewe
  • The fall of Han
  • B.J. Mansvelt Beck
  • Han foreign relations
  • Yü Ying-shih
  • The structure and practice of government
  • Michael Loewe
  • v. 1.
  • The institutions of Later Han
  • Hans Bielenstein
  • Ch'in and Han law
  • A.F.P. Hulsewé
  • The economic and social history of Former Han
  • Nishijima Sadao
  • The economic and social history of Later Han
  • Patricia Ebrey
  • The religious and intellectual background
  • Michael Loewe
  • The Chʻin and Han Empires, 221 B.C.-A.D. 220:
  • The concept of sovereignty
  • Michael Loewe
  • The development of the Confucian schools
  • Robert P. Kramers
  • Confucian, Legalist and Taoist thought in Later Han
  • Ch'en Ch'i-yün
  • Philosophy and religion from Han to Sui
  • Paul Demiéville
  • Postscript to chapter 16
  • Timothy Barrett
  • Introduction
  • Michael Loewe
  • The state and empire of Ch'in
  • Derk Bodde
  • The Former Han dynasty
  • Michael Loewe
  • J. Michael Farmer
  • Western Jin
  • Damien Chaussende
  • Eastern Jin
  • Charles Holcombe
  • The Sixteen Kingdoms
  • Charles Holcombe
  • Cheng-Han State
  • Terry F. Kleeman
  • Northern Wei
  • v. 2.
  • Scott Pearce
  • Eastern Wei-Northern Qi
  • Albert E. Dien
  • Western Wei-Northern Zhou
  • Albert E. Dien
  • The Southern Dynasties
  • Andrew Chittick
  • Part 2.
  • Society and Realia.
  • The Art of War
  • The Six Dynasties, 220-589:
  • David A. Graff
  • Foreign Relations
  • Charles Holcombe
  • The Northern Economy
  • Victor Cunrui Xiong
  • The Southern Economy
  • Liu Shufen
  • Agriculture
  • Francesca Bray
  • The History of Sogdians in China
  • History
  • Rong Xinjiang
  • Northern Material Culture
  • Shing Mul̈ler
  • Southern Material Culture
  • Annette Kieser
  • Women, Families, and Gendered Society
  • Jen-Der Lee
  • Local Society
  • Hou Xudong
  • Part 3.
  • Wei
  • Culture, Religion, and Art.
  • Confucian Learning and Influence
  • Keith N. Knapp
  • Qingtan and Xuanxue
  • Yuet Keung Lo
  • Buddism
  • John Kieschnick
  • Daoism
  • Stephen R. Bokenkamp
  • Popular Religion
  • Rafe de Crespigny
  • Robert Ford Campany
  • The World of Prose Literature
  • Antje Richter
  • The World of Poetry
  • Cynthia L. Chennault
  • Art and Visual Culture
  • Wu Hung
  • Music
  • Bo Lawergren
  • Wu
  • Rafe de Crespigny
  • Shu-Han
  • T'ai-tsung (reign 626-49) the consolidator
  • Howard J. Wechsler
  • Kao-tsung (reign 649-83) and the empress Wu: the inheritor and the usurper
  • Denis Twitchett and Howard J. Wechsler
  • The reigns of the empress Wu, Chung-tsung and Jui-tsung (684-712)
  • Richard W.L. Guisso
  • Hsüan-tsung (reign 712-56)
  • Denis Twitchett
  • Court and province in mid- and late T'ang
  • C.A. Peterson
  • v. 3.
  • Court politics in late T'ang times
  • Michael T. Dalby
  • The end of the T'ang
  • Robert M. Somers
  • Sui and Tʻang China, 589-906, pt. 1:
  • Introduction
  • Denis Twitchett
  • The Sui dynasty (581-617)
  • Arthur F. Wright
  • The founding of the T'ang dynasty: Kao-tsu (reign 618-26)
  • Howard J. Wechsler
  • Founding and consolidation of the Sung Dynasty under T'ai-tsu (960-976), T'ai-tsung (976-997), and Chen-tsung (997-1022)
  • Lau Nap-yin and Huang K'uan-chung
  • The reigns of Jen-tsung (1022-1063) and Ying-tsung (1063-1067)
  • Michael McGrath
  • Shen-tsung's reign and the new policies of Wang An-shih, 1067-1085
  • Paul Jakov Smith
  • Che-tsung's reign (1085-1100) and the Age of Faction
  • Ari Daniel Levine
  • The reigns of Hui-tsung (1100-1126) and Ch'in-tsung (1126-1127) and the fall of the Northern Sung
  • Ari Daniel Levine
  • v. 5.
  • The move to the South and the reign of Kao-tsung (1127-1162)
  • Tao Jing-shen
  • The reign of Hsiao-tsung (1162-1189)
  • Gong Wei Ai
  • The reigns of Kuang-tsung (1189-1194) and Ning-tsung (1194-1224)
  • Richard L. Davis
  • The reign of Li-tsung (1224-1264)
  • Richard L. Davis
  • The reign of Tu-tsung (1264-1274) and his successors to 1279
  • Richard L. Davis
  • The Sung Dynasty and its precursors, 907-1279, pt. 1:
  • Introduction
  • Paul Jakov Smith
  • The Five Dynasties
  • Naomi Standen
  • The Southern Kingdoms between the T'ang and the Sung, 907-979
  • Hugh R. Clark
  • A history of the Sung military
  • Wang Tseng-Yü
  • Chinese law and legal system: Five Dynasties and Sung
  • Brian McKinght
  • Sung education: schools, academies, and examinations
  • John W. Chaffee
  • Economic change in China, 960-1279
  • Joseph P. McDermott
  • China's emergence as a maritime power
  • Angela Schottenhammer
  • v. 5, pt. 2.
  • Sung society and social change
  • Robert Hymes
  • Reconceptualizing the order of things in Northern and Southern Sung
  • Peter K. Bol
  • The rise of the Tao-hsüeh Confucian fellowship in Southern Sung
  • Hoyt Cleveland Tillman
  • Sung China, 960-1279:
  • Introduction: reflections on the Sung
  • John W. Chaffee
  • Sung government and politics
  • Charles Hartman
  • The Sung fiscal administration
  • Peter J. Golas
  • The Chin dynasty
  • Herbert Franke
  • The rise of the Mongolian empire and Mongolian rule in north China
  • Thomas Allsen
  • The reign of Khubilai khan
  • Morris Rossabi
  • Mid-Yüan politics
  • Hsiao Ch'i-ch'ing
  • Shun-ti and the end of Yüan rule in China
  • John Dardess
  • v. 6.
  • The Yüan government and society
  • Elizabeth Endicott-West
  • Chinese society under Mongol rule, 1215-1368
  • Frederick W. Mote
  • Alien regimes and border states, 907-1368:
  • Introduction
  • Herbert Franke and Denis Twitchett
  • The Liao
  • Denis Twitchett and Klaus-Peter Tietze
  • The Hsi Hsia
  • Ruth Dunnel
  • Ming law
  • John D. Langlois, Jr.
  • The Ming and Inner Asia
  • Morris Rossabi
  • Sino-Korean tributary relations under the Ming
  • Donald N. Clark
  • Ming foreign relations: Southeast Asia
  • Wang Gungwu
  • Relations with maritime Europeans, 1514-1662
  • John E. Wills, Jr.
  • v. 8.
  • Ming China and the emerging world economy, c. 1470-1650
  • William Atwell
  • The socio-economic development of rural China during the Ming
  • Martin Heijdra
  • Communications and commerce
  • Timothy Brook
  • Confucian learning in late Ming thought
  • Willard J. Peterson
  • Learning from Heaven: the introduction of Christianity and other Western ideas into late Ming China
  • Willard J. Peterson
  • The Ming Dynasty, 1368-1644, pt. 2:
  • Official religion in the Ming
  • Romeyn Taylor
  • Ming Buddhism
  • Yü Chün-fang
  • Taoism in Ming culture
  • Judith A. Berling
  • Introduction
  • Denis Twitchett and Frederick W. Mote
  • Ming government
  • Charles O. Hucker
  • The Ming fiscal administration
  • Ray Huang
  • The K'ang-hsi Reign
  • Jonathan D. Spence
  • The Yung-cheng Reign
  • Madeleine Zelin
  • The Ch'ien-lung Reign
  • Alexander Woodside
  • The Conquest Elite of the Ch'ing Empire
  • Pamela Kyle Crossley
  • The Social Roles of Literati in Early to Mid-Ch'ing
  • Benjamin A. Elman
  • v. 9.
  • Women, Families, and Gender Relations
  • Susan Mann
  • Social Stability and Social Change
  • William T. Rowe
  • Economic Developments, 1644-1800
  • Ramon H. Myers and Yeh-chien Wang
  • The Ch'ing Empire to 1800, pt. 1:
  • Introduction: New Order for the Old Order
  • Willard J. Peterson
  • State Building before 1644
  • Gertraude Roth Li
  • The Shun-chih Reign
  • Jerry Dennerline
  • The Extension of Ch'ing rule over Mongolia, Sinkiang, and Tibet, 1636-1800
  • Nicola Di Cosmo
  • Tributary relations between the Chosǒn and Ch'ing courts to 1800
  • Lim Jongtae
  • The emergence of the state of Vietnam
  • John K. Whitmore and Brian Zottoli
  • Cultural transfers between Tokugawa Japan and Ch'ing China to 1800
  • Benjamin A. Elman
  • Ch'ing relations with maritime Europeans
  • John E. Wills and John L. Cranmer-Byng
  • v. 9.
  • Catholic missionaries, 1644-1800
  • John W. Witek
  • Calendrical learning and medicine, 1600-1800
  • Chu Pingyi
  • Taoists, 1644-1850
  • Vincent Goossaert
  • Arguments over learning based on intuitive knowing in early Ch'ing
  • Willard J. Peterson
  • Advancement of learning in early Ch'ing: Three cases
  • Willard J. Peterson
  • The Ch'ing Empire to 1800, pt. 2:
  • Dominating learning from above during the K'ang-hsi period
  • Willard J. Peterson
  • Political pressures on the cultural sphere in the Ch'ing period
  • Wang Fan-Sen
  • Changing roles of local elites from the 1720s to the 1830s
  • Seunghyun Han
  • Introduction: The Ch'ing dynasty, the Ch'ing empire, and the Great Ch'ing integrated domain
  • Willard J. Peterson
  • Governing Provinces
  • R. Kent Guy
  • Taiwan prefecture in the eighteenth century
  • John Robert Shepherd
  • The Canton trade and the Opium War
  • Frederic Wakeman
  • The creation of the treaty system
  • John K. Fairbank
  • The Taiping Rebellion
  • Philip A. Kuhn
  • Sino-Russian relations, 1800-62
  • Joseph Fletcher
  • The heyday of the Ch'ing order in Mongolia, Sinkiang and Tibet
  • Joseph Fletcher
  • v. 10.
  • The Ch'ing Restoration
  • Kwang-Ching Liu
  • Self-strengthening: the pursuit of Western technology
  • Ting-yee Kuo and Kwang-Ching Liu
  • Christian missions and their impact to 1900
  • Paul A. Cohen
  • Late Chʻing, 1800-1911, pt. 1:
  • Introduction: the old order
  • John K. Fairbank
  • Ch'ing Inner Asia c. 1800
  • Joseph Fletcher
  • Dynastic decline and the roots of rebellion
  • Susan Mann Jones and Philip A. Kuhn
  • The military challenge: the north-west and the coast
  • Kwang-Ching Liu and Richard J. Smith
  • Intellectual change and the reform movement, 1890-8
  • Hao Chang
  • Japan and the chinese revolution of 1911
  • Marius B. Jansen
  • Political and institutional reform 1901-11
  • Chuzo Ichiko
  • Government, merchants and industry to 1911
  • Wellington K.K. Chan
  • v. 11.
  • The republican revolutionary movement
  • Michael Gasster
  • Currents of social change
  • Marianne Bastid-Bruguiere
  • Late Chʻing, 1800-1911, pt. 2:
  • Economic trends in the late Ch'ing empire, 1870-1911
  • Albert Feuerwerker
  • Late Ch'ing foreign relations, 1866-1905
  • Immanuel C.Y. Hsu
  • Changing Chinese views of Western relations, 1840-95
  • Yen-P'ing Hao and Erh-min Wang
  • Politics in the aftermath of revolution: the era of Yuan Shih-k'ai, 1912-16
  • Ernest P. Young
  • A constitutional republic: the Peking government, 1916-28
  • Andrew J. Nathan
  • The warlord era: politics and militarism under the Peking government, 1916-28
  • James E. Sheridan
  • Intellectual change: from the Reform movement to the May Fourth movement, 1895-1920
  • Charlotte Furth
  • Themes in intellectual history: May Fourth and after
  • Benjamin I. Schwartz
  • v. 12.
  • Literary trends I: the quest for modernity, 1895-1927
  • Leo Ou-Fan Lee
  • The Chinese Communist Movement to 1927
  • Jerome Ch'en
  • The Nationalist Revolution: from Canton to Nanking, 1923-28
  • C. Martin Wilbur
  • The Chinese bourgeoisie, 1911-37
  • Marie-Claire Bergère
  • Republican China, 1912-1949, pt. 1:
  • Introduction: maritime and continental in China's history
  • John K. Fairbank
  • Economic trends, 1912-49
  • Albert Feuerwerker
  • The foreign presence in China
  • Albert Feuerwerker
  • The Communist movement 1927-1937
  • Jerome Ch'en
  • The agrarian system
  • Ramon H. Myers
  • Peasant movements
  • Lucien Bianco
  • The development of local government
  • Philip A. Kuhn
  • The growth of the academic community 1912-1949
  • E-Tu Zen Sun
  • v. 13.
  • Literary trends: the road to revolution 1927-1949
  • Leo Ou-Fan Lee
  • Japanese aggression and China's international position 1931-1949
  • Akira Iriye
  • Nationalist China during the Sino-Japanese War 1937-1945
  • Lloyd E. Eastman
  • The Chinese Communist movement during the Sino-Japanese War 1937-1945
  • Lyman Van Slyke
  • The KMT-CCP conflict 1945-1949
  • Suzanne Pepper
  • Republican China, 1912-1949, pt. 2:
  • Mao Tse-Tung's thought to 1949
  • Stuart R. Schram
  • Introduction: perspectives on modern China's History
  • Mary B. Rankin, John K. Fairbank and Albert Feuerwerker
  • China's international relations 1911-1931
  • Shinkichi Etō
  • Nationalist China during the Nanking decade 1927-1937
  • Lloyd E. Eastman
  • Nicholas R. Lardy
  • Education for the new order
  • Suzanne Pepper
  • The Party and the intellectuals
  • Merlie Goldman
  • Foreign relations: from the Korean War to the Bandung Line
  • Mineo Nakajima
  • The search for a Chinese road, 1958-1965
  • The Great Leap Forward and the split in the Yenan leadership
  • Kenneth Lieberthal
  • v. 14.
  • The Chinese economy under stress, 1958-1965
  • Nicholas R. Lardy
  • New directions in education
  • Suzanne Pepper
  • The Party and the intellectuals: phase two
  • Merle Goldman
  • The Sino-Soviet split
  • Allen S. Whiting
  • Epilogue
  • Roderick Macfarquhar
  • The People's Republic, pt. 1: the emergence of revolutionary China, 1949-1965:
  • Appendixes: Meetings and Leaders
  • The reunification of China
  • John K. Fairbank
  • Emulating the Soviet model, 1949-1957
  • Establishment and consolidation of the new regime
  • Frederick C. Teiwes
  • Economic recovery and the 1st Five-Year Plan
  • Thomas Robinson
  • The Cultural Revolution: the Struggle for the Succession, 1969-1982
  • The succession to Mao and the end of Maoism
  • Roderick MacFarquhar
  • The opening to America
  • Jonathan D. Pollack
  • The Cultural Revolution and its Aftermath
  • China's economic policy and performance
  • Dwight H. Perkins
  • Education
  • v. 15.
  • Suzanne Pepper
  • Creativity and politics
  • Douwe Fokkema
  • Life and Letters Under Communism
  • The countryside under communism
  • Richard Madsen
  • Urban life in the People's Republic
  • Martin King Whyte
  • Literature under communism
  • Cyril Birch
  • The People's Republic, pt. 2: revolutions within the Chinese Revolution, 1966-1982:
  • The Separated Province
  • Taiwan under Nationalist rule, 1949-1982
  • Ralph Clough
  • Epilogue: the onus of unity
  • Appendixes: meetings and leaders
  • Mao Tse-tung's thought from 1949 to 1976
  • Stuart R. Schram
  • The Cultural Revolution: China in Turmoil, 1966-1969
  • The Chinese state in crisis
  • Harry Harding
  • China confronts the Soviet Union: warfare and diplomacy on China's Inner Asian frontiers
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The Cambridge history of China, general editors, Denis Twitchett and John K. Fairbank
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Vol. 1. edited by Denis Twitchett and Michael Loewe; vol. 5, pt. 1 edited by Denis Twitchett and Paul Jakov Smith; vol. 5, pt. 2 edited by John W. Chaffee and Denis Twitchett ; vol. 6 edited by Herbert Franke and Denis Twitchett; vol. 7-8 edited by Frederick W. Mote and Denis Twitchett; v. 9. edited by Willard J. Peterson; v. 11 edited by John F. Fairbank and Kwang-Ching Liu; v. 13 edited by John K. Fairbank and Albert Feuerwerker; v. 14-15 edited by Roderick MacFarquhar and John K. Fairbank
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Contents
  • v. 5, pt. 2.
  • Sung China, 960-1279
  • v. 6.
  • Alien regimes and border states, 907-1368
  • v. 7-8.
  • The Ming Dynasty, 1368-1644, pt. 1-2
  • v. 9.
  • The Ch'ing Empire to 1800, pt. 1-2
  • v. 10-11.
  • Late Chʻing, 1800-1911, pt. 1-2
  • v. 1.
  • v. 12-13.
  • Republican China, 1912-1949, pt. 1-2
  • v. 14.
  • The People's Republic, pt. 1
  • v. 15.
  • The People's Republic, pt. 2:
  • Revolutions within the Chinese Revolution, 1966-1982
  • The Chʻin and Han Empires, 221 B.C.-A.D. 220
  • v. 2.
  • The Six Dynasties, 220-589
  • v. 3, pt. 1.
  • Sui and Tʻang China, 589-906
  • v. 5, pt. 1.
  • The Sung Dynasty and its precursors, 907-1279
  • Wang Mang, the restoration of the Han dynasty, and Later Han
  • Hans Bielenstein
  • The conduct of government and the issues at stake (A.D. 57-167)
  • Michael Loewe
  • The fall of Han
  • B.J. Mansvelt Beck
  • Han foreign relations
  • Yü Ying-shih
  • The structure and practice of government
  • Michael Loewe
  • v. 1.
  • The institutions of Later Han
  • Hans Bielenstein
  • Ch'in and Han law
  • A.F.P. Hulsewé
  • The economic and social history of Former Han
  • Nishijima Sadao
  • The economic and social history of Later Han
  • Patricia Ebrey
  • The religious and intellectual background
  • Michael Loewe
  • The Chʻin and Han Empires, 221 B.C.-A.D. 220:
  • The concept of sovereignty
  • Michael Loewe
  • The development of the Confucian schools
  • Robert P. Kramers
  • Confucian, Legalist and Taoist thought in Later Han
  • Ch'en Ch'i-yün
  • Philosophy and religion from Han to Sui
  • Paul Demiéville
  • Postscript to chapter 16
  • Timothy Barrett
  • Introduction
  • Michael Loewe
  • The state and empire of Ch'in
  • Derk Bodde
  • The Former Han dynasty
  • Michael Loewe
  • J. Michael Farmer
  • Western Jin
  • Damien Chaussende
  • Eastern Jin
  • Charles Holcombe
  • The Sixteen Kingdoms
  • Charles Holcombe
  • Cheng-Han State
  • Terry F. Kleeman
  • Northern Wei
  • v. 2.
  • Scott Pearce
  • Eastern Wei-Northern Qi
  • Albert E. Dien
  • Western Wei-Northern Zhou
  • Albert E. Dien
  • The Southern Dynasties
  • Andrew Chittick
  • Part 2.
  • Society and Realia.
  • The Art of War
  • The Six Dynasties, 220-589:
  • David A. Graff
  • Foreign Relations
  • Charles Holcombe
  • The Northern Economy
  • Victor Cunrui Xiong
  • The Southern Economy
  • Liu Shufen
  • Agriculture
  • Francesca Bray
  • The History of Sogdians in China
  • History
  • Rong Xinjiang
  • Northern Material Culture
  • Shing Mul̈ler
  • Southern Material Culture
  • Annette Kieser
  • Women, Families, and Gendered Society
  • Jen-Der Lee
  • Local Society
  • Hou Xudong
  • Part 3.
  • Wei
  • Culture, Religion, and Art.
  • Confucian Learning and Influence
  • Keith N. Knapp
  • Qingtan and Xuanxue
  • Yuet Keung Lo
  • Buddism
  • John Kieschnick
  • Daoism
  • Stephen R. Bokenkamp
  • Popular Religion
  • Rafe de Crespigny
  • Robert Ford Campany
  • The World of Prose Literature
  • Antje Richter
  • The World of Poetry
  • Cynthia L. Chennault
  • Art and Visual Culture
  • Wu Hung
  • Music
  • Bo Lawergren
  • Wu
  • Rafe de Crespigny
  • Shu-Han
  • T'ai-tsung (reign 626-49) the consolidator
  • Howard J. Wechsler
  • Kao-tsung (reign 649-83) and the empress Wu: the inheritor and the usurper
  • Denis Twitchett and Howard J. Wechsler
  • The reigns of the empress Wu, Chung-tsung and Jui-tsung (684-712)
  • Richard W.L. Guisso
  • Hsüan-tsung (reign 712-56)
  • Denis Twitchett
  • Court and province in mid- and late T'ang
  • C.A. Peterson
  • v. 3.
  • Court politics in late T'ang times
  • Michael T. Dalby
  • The end of the T'ang
  • Robert M. Somers
  • Sui and Tʻang China, 589-906, pt. 1:
  • Introduction
  • Denis Twitchett
  • The Sui dynasty (581-617)
  • Arthur F. Wright
  • The founding of the T'ang dynasty: Kao-tsu (reign 618-26)
  • Howard J. Wechsler
  • Founding and consolidation of the Sung Dynasty under T'ai-tsu (960-976), T'ai-tsung (976-997), and Chen-tsung (997-1022)
  • Lau Nap-yin and Huang K'uan-chung
  • The reigns of Jen-tsung (1022-1063) and Ying-tsung (1063-1067)
  • Michael McGrath
  • Shen-tsung's reign and the new policies of Wang An-shih, 1067-1085
  • Paul Jakov Smith
  • Che-tsung's reign (1085-1100) and the Age of Faction
  • Ari Daniel Levine
  • The reigns of Hui-tsung (1100-1126) and Ch'in-tsung (1126-1127) and the fall of the Northern Sung
  • Ari Daniel Levine
  • v. 5.
  • The move to the South and the reign of Kao-tsung (1127-1162)
  • Tao Jing-shen
  • The reign of Hsiao-tsung (1162-1189)
  • Gong Wei Ai
  • The reigns of Kuang-tsung (1189-1194) and Ning-tsung (1194-1224)
  • Richard L. Davis
  • The reign of Li-tsung (1224-1264)
  • Richard L. Davis
  • The reign of Tu-tsung (1264-1274) and his successors to 1279
  • Richard L. Davis
  • The Sung Dynasty and its precursors, 907-1279, pt. 1:
  • Introduction
  • Paul Jakov Smith
  • The Five Dynasties
  • Naomi Standen
  • The Southern Kingdoms between the T'ang and the Sung, 907-979
  • Hugh R. Clark
  • A history of the Sung military
  • Wang Tseng-Yü
  • Chinese law and legal system: Five Dynasties and Sung
  • Brian McKinght
  • Sung education: schools, academies, and examinations
  • John W. Chaffee
  • Economic change in China, 960-1279
  • Joseph P. McDermott
  • China's emergence as a maritime power
  • Angela Schottenhammer
  • v. 5, pt. 2.
  • Sung society and social change
  • Robert Hymes
  • Reconceptualizing the order of things in Northern and Southern Sung
  • Peter K. Bol
  • The rise of the Tao-hsüeh Confucian fellowship in Southern Sung
  • Hoyt Cleveland Tillman
  • Sung China, 960-1279:
  • Introduction: reflections on the Sung
  • John W. Chaffee
  • Sung government and politics
  • Charles Hartman
  • The Sung fiscal administration
  • Peter J. Golas
  • The Chin dynasty
  • Herbert Franke
  • The rise of the Mongolian empire and Mongolian rule in north China
  • Thomas Allsen
  • The reign of Khubilai khan
  • Morris Rossabi
  • Mid-Yüan politics
  • Hsiao Ch'i-ch'ing
  • Shun-ti and the end of Yüan rule in China
  • John Dardess
  • v. 6.
  • The Yüan government and society
  • Elizabeth Endicott-West
  • Chinese society under Mongol rule, 1215-1368
  • Frederick W. Mote
  • Alien regimes and border states, 907-1368:
  • Introduction
  • Herbert Franke and Denis Twitchett
  • The Liao
  • Denis Twitchett and Klaus-Peter Tietze
  • The Hsi Hsia
  • Ruth Dunnel
  • Ming law
  • John D. Langlois, Jr.
  • The Ming and Inner Asia
  • Morris Rossabi
  • Sino-Korean tributary relations under the Ming
  • Donald N. Clark
  • Ming foreign relations: Southeast Asia
  • Wang Gungwu
  • Relations with maritime Europeans, 1514-1662
  • John E. Wills, Jr.
  • v. 8.
  • Ming China and the emerging world economy, c. 1470-1650
  • William Atwell
  • The socio-economic development of rural China during the Ming
  • Martin Heijdra
  • Communications and commerce
  • Timothy Brook
  • Confucian learning in late Ming thought
  • Willard J. Peterson
  • Learning from Heaven: the introduction of Christianity and other Western ideas into late Ming China
  • Willard J. Peterson
  • The Ming Dynasty, 1368-1644, pt. 2:
  • Official religion in the Ming
  • Romeyn Taylor
  • Ming Buddhism
  • Yü Chün-fang
  • Taoism in Ming culture
  • Judith A. Berling
  • Introduction
  • Denis Twitchett and Frederick W. Mote
  • Ming government
  • Charles O. Hucker
  • The Ming fiscal administration
  • Ray Huang
  • The K'ang-hsi Reign
  • Jonathan D. Spence
  • The Yung-cheng Reign
  • Madeleine Zelin
  • The Ch'ien-lung Reign
  • Alexander Woodside
  • The Conquest Elite of the Ch'ing Empire
  • Pamela Kyle Crossley
  • The Social Roles of Literati in Early to Mid-Ch'ing
  • Benjamin A. Elman
  • v. 9.
  • Women, Families, and Gender Relations
  • Susan Mann
  • Social Stability and Social Change
  • William T. Rowe
  • Economic Developments, 1644-1800
  • Ramon H. Myers and Yeh-chien Wang
  • The Ch'ing Empire to 1800, pt. 1:
  • Introduction: New Order for the Old Order
  • Willard J. Peterson
  • State Building before 1644
  • Gertraude Roth Li
  • The Shun-chih Reign
  • Jerry Dennerline
  • The Extension of Ch'ing rule over Mongolia, Sinkiang, and Tibet, 1636-1800
  • Nicola Di Cosmo
  • Tributary relations between the Chosǒn and Ch'ing courts to 1800
  • Lim Jongtae
  • The emergence of the state of Vietnam
  • John K. Whitmore and Brian Zottoli
  • Cultural transfers between Tokugawa Japan and Ch'ing China to 1800
  • Benjamin A. Elman
  • Ch'ing relations with maritime Europeans
  • John E. Wills and John L. Cranmer-Byng
  • v. 9.
  • Catholic missionaries, 1644-1800
  • John W. Witek
  • Calendrical learning and medicine, 1600-1800
  • Chu Pingyi
  • Taoists, 1644-1850
  • Vincent Goossaert
  • Arguments over learning based on intuitive knowing in early Ch'ing
  • Willard J. Peterson
  • Advancement of learning in early Ch'ing: Three cases
  • Willard J. Peterson
  • The Ch'ing Empire to 1800, pt. 2:
  • Dominating learning from above during the K'ang-hsi period
  • Willard J. Peterson
  • Political pressures on the cultural sphere in the Ch'ing period
  • Wang Fan-Sen
  • Changing roles of local elites from the 1720s to the 1830s
  • Seunghyun Han
  • Introduction: The Ch'ing dynasty, the Ch'ing empire, and the Great Ch'ing integrated domain
  • Willard J. Peterson
  • Governing Provinces
  • R. Kent Guy
  • Taiwan prefecture in the eighteenth century
  • John Robert Shepherd
  • The Canton trade and the Opium War
  • Frederic Wakeman
  • The creation of the treaty system
  • John K. Fairbank
  • The Taiping Rebellion
  • Philip A. Kuhn
  • Sino-Russian relations, 1800-62
  • Joseph Fletcher
  • The heyday of the Ch'ing order in Mongolia, Sinkiang and Tibet
  • Joseph Fletcher
  • v. 10.
  • The Ch'ing Restoration
  • Kwang-Ching Liu
  • Self-strengthening: the pursuit of Western technology
  • Ting-yee Kuo and Kwang-Ching Liu
  • Christian missions and their impact to 1900
  • Paul A. Cohen
  • Late Chʻing, 1800-1911, pt. 1:
  • Introduction: the old order
  • John K. Fairbank
  • Ch'ing Inner Asia c. 1800
  • Joseph Fletcher
  • Dynastic decline and the roots of rebellion
  • Susan Mann Jones and Philip A. Kuhn
  • The military challenge: the north-west and the coast
  • Kwang-Ching Liu and Richard J. Smith
  • Intellectual change and the reform movement, 1890-8
  • Hao Chang
  • Japan and the chinese revolution of 1911
  • Marius B. Jansen
  • Political and institutional reform 1901-11
  • Chuzo Ichiko
  • Government, merchants and industry to 1911
  • Wellington K.K. Chan
  • v. 11.
  • The republican revolutionary movement
  • Michael Gasster
  • Currents of social change
  • Marianne Bastid-Bruguiere
  • Late Chʻing, 1800-1911, pt. 2:
  • Economic trends in the late Ch'ing empire, 1870-1911
  • Albert Feuerwerker
  • Late Ch'ing foreign relations, 1866-1905
  • Immanuel C.Y. Hsu
  • Changing Chinese views of Western relations, 1840-95
  • Yen-P'ing Hao and Erh-min Wang
  • Politics in the aftermath of revolution: the era of Yuan Shih-k'ai, 1912-16
  • Ernest P. Young
  • A constitutional republic: the Peking government, 1916-28
  • Andrew J. Nathan
  • The warlord era: politics and militarism under the Peking government, 1916-28
  • James E. Sheridan
  • Intellectual change: from the Reform movement to the May Fourth movement, 1895-1920
  • Charlotte Furth
  • Themes in intellectual history: May Fourth and after
  • Benjamin I. Schwartz
  • v. 12.
  • Literary trends I: the quest for modernity, 1895-1927
  • Leo Ou-Fan Lee
  • The Chinese Communist Movement to 1927
  • Jerome Ch'en
  • The Nationalist Revolution: from Canton to Nanking, 1923-28
  • C. Martin Wilbur
  • The Chinese bourgeoisie, 1911-37
  • Marie-Claire Bergère
  • Republican China, 1912-1949, pt. 1:
  • Introduction: maritime and continental in China's history
  • John K. Fairbank
  • Economic trends, 1912-49
  • Albert Feuerwerker
  • The foreign presence in China
  • Albert Feuerwerker
  • The Communist movement 1927-1937
  • Jerome Ch'en
  • The agrarian system
  • Ramon H. Myers
  • Peasant movements
  • Lucien Bianco
  • The development of local government
  • Philip A. Kuhn
  • The growth of the academic community 1912-1949
  • E-Tu Zen Sun
  • v. 13.
  • Literary trends: the road to revolution 1927-1949
  • Leo Ou-Fan Lee
  • Japanese aggression and China's international position 1931-1949
  • Akira Iriye
  • Nationalist China during the Sino-Japanese War 1937-1945
  • Lloyd E. Eastman
  • The Chinese Communist movement during the Sino-Japanese War 1937-1945
  • Lyman Van Slyke
  • The KMT-CCP conflict 1945-1949
  • Suzanne Pepper
  • Republican China, 1912-1949, pt. 2:
  • Mao Tse-Tung's thought to 1949
  • Stuart R. Schram
  • Introduction: perspectives on modern China's History
  • Mary B. Rankin, John K. Fairbank and Albert Feuerwerker
  • China's international relations 1911-1931
  • Shinkichi Etō
  • Nationalist China during the Nanking decade 1927-1937
  • Lloyd E. Eastman
  • Nicholas R. Lardy
  • Education for the new order
  • Suzanne Pepper
  • The Party and the intellectuals
  • Merlie Goldman
  • Foreign relations: from the Korean War to the Bandung Line
  • Mineo Nakajima
  • The search for a Chinese road, 1958-1965
  • The Great Leap Forward and the split in the Yenan leadership
  • Kenneth Lieberthal
  • v. 14.
  • The Chinese economy under stress, 1958-1965
  • Nicholas R. Lardy
  • New directions in education
  • Suzanne Pepper
  • The Party and the intellectuals: phase two
  • Merle Goldman
  • The Sino-Soviet split
  • Allen S. Whiting
  • Epilogue
  • Roderick Macfarquhar
  • The People's Republic, pt. 1: the emergence of revolutionary China, 1949-1965:
  • Appendixes: Meetings and Leaders
  • The reunification of China
  • John K. Fairbank
  • Emulating the Soviet model, 1949-1957
  • Establishment and consolidation of the new regime
  • Frederick C. Teiwes
  • Economic recovery and the 1st Five-Year Plan
  • Thomas Robinson
  • The Cultural Revolution: the Struggle for the Succession, 1969-1982
  • The succession to Mao and the end of Maoism
  • Roderick MacFarquhar
  • The opening to America
  • Jonathan D. Pollack
  • The Cultural Revolution and its Aftermath
  • China's economic policy and performance
  • Dwight H. Perkins
  • Education
  • v. 15.
  • Suzanne Pepper
  • Creativity and politics
  • Douwe Fokkema
  • Life and Letters Under Communism
  • The countryside under communism
  • Richard Madsen
  • Urban life in the People's Republic
  • Martin King Whyte
  • Literature under communism
  • Cyril Birch
  • The People's Republic, pt. 2: revolutions within the Chinese Revolution, 1966-1982:
  • The Separated Province
  • Taiwan under Nationalist rule, 1949-1982
  • Ralph Clough
  • Epilogue: the onus of unity
  • Appendixes: meetings and leaders
  • Mao Tse-tung's thought from 1949 to 1976
  • Stuart R. Schram
  • The Cultural Revolution: China in Turmoil, 1966-1969
  • The Chinese state in crisis
  • Harry Harding
  • China confronts the Soviet Union: warfare and diplomacy on China's Inner Asian frontiers
Control code
2424772
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
volumes <1, 3, 5-15>
Isbn
9780521243384
Lccn
76029852
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)2424772

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