5 edition of Cities of Jiangnan in late imperial China found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 265-297) and index.
|Statement||edited by Linda Cooke Johnson.|
|Series||SUNY series in Chinese local studies|
|Contributions||Johnson, Linda Cooke.|
|LC Classifications||HT147.C48 C58 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 310 p. :|
|Number of Pages||310|
|ISBN 10||079141423X, 0791414248|
|LC Control Number||92014140|
Late Imperial China. 来自: 仲宣 出版社: ACLS Humanities E-Book 出版年: Cities of Jiangnan in Late Imperial China (5人评价) 作者: Linda Cooke Johnson (Editor) 出版社: State University of New York Press 出版年: 年3月13日 赞. 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.
Fuma, Susumu, 'Late Ming Urban Reform and the Popular Uprising in Hangzhou' in Linda Cooke Johnson ed., Cities of Jiangnan in Late Imperial China, New York, , pp Ho Ping-ti, Studies on the Population of China, , Cambridge, Mass., Cities of Jiangnan in Late Imperial China. The book focuses on the rise of urban centers in so uth-central China between the twelfth and nineteenth centuries and contains essays about Suzhou, Hangzhou, and Shanghai in addition to the one on Yangzhou. It was published in by SUNY Press as part of a series in Chinese local studies.
Jiangnan Arsenal, Chinese (Pinyin) Jiangnan Binggongchang or (Wade-Giles romanization) Chiang-nan Ping-kung-ch’ang, also called Kiangnan Arsenal, in Shanghai, major Chinese centre during the s and s for the manufacture of modern arms and the study of Western technical literature and Western was opened in as part of China’s Self . The vast area including Shanghai, Jiangsu, Zhejiang and parts of the Anhui and Jiangxi provinces. Essentially the areas along the coastline to the south of the Yangtze river (hence the name Jiangnan, although some of it is actually to the north of.
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This book examines cities of the Jiangnan region of south-central China between the twelfth and nineteenth centuries, an area considered to be the model of a successfully developing regional economy. The six studies focus on the urban centers of Suzhou, Hangzhou, Yangzhou, and : Linda Cooke Johnson.
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 area considered to be the model of a successfully developing regional economy.
The six studies focus on the urban centers of Suzhou, Hangzhou, Yangzhou, and Shanghai. Cities of Jiangnan in Late Imperial China (Chinese) Tankobon Softcover – January 1, by LIN DA?YUE HAN XUN (Johnson.L.C) (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Tankobon Softcover, Author: LIN DA?YUE HAN XUN (Johnson.L.C). This book examines cities of the Jiangnan region of south-central China between the twelfth and nineteenth centuries, an area considered to be the model of a successfully developing regional economy.
The six studies focus on the urban centers of Suzhou, Hangzhou, Yangzhou, and Shanghai. This book explores aspects of this vibrant market economy in late imperial China, and by presenting a reconstructed narrative of economic development in the early modern Jiangnan, provides new perspectives on established theories of Chinese economic by: 3.
The Economy of Lower Yangzi Delta in Late Imperial China book. Connecting Money, Markets, and Institutions. Cotton textile production in Jiangnan during the Ming–Qing era and the matter of market- driven growth Cited by: 2. William Skinner (ed.), The City in Late Imperial China (Stanford: Stanford University Press, ) Linda Cooke Johnson (ed.), Cities of Jiangnan in late imperial China book of Jiangnan in Late Imperial China (Albany: State University of New York Press, c ) Linda Cooke Johnson, Shanghai: from Market Town to Treaty Port, (Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, ).
Dynasty () scholar. In his book, Gu sought to cover the history and geography of all places in China in the late Ming Dynasty. We coded data from Gu Zuyu’s work on the circumference of city wall and population of the associated jurisdiction for 1, cities.
the physical size distribution of walled cities in late imperial China. We nd that city sizes above a certain cuto follow Zipf’s law, although the Zipf coe cient is sensitive to the choice of the cuto point. This result complements ndings in the existing literature that focuses almost exclusively on the population size distribution of by: 3.
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From the late s until the Second World War, the Jiangnan area was the focus of Chinese economic development. Introduction: City and region in the lower Yangzi / William T.
Rowe --Heaven on Earth: the rise of Suzhou, / Michael Marmé --Late Ming urban reform and the popular uprising in Hangzhou / Susamu Fuma ; translated by Michael Lewis --Urban society in late imperial Suzhou / Paolo Santangelo ; translated by Adam Victor --Yangzhou: a.
Di guo wan qi de Jiangnan cheng shi = Cities of Jiangnan in late imperial China / Linda Yuehanxun zhu bi Jiang nan cheng shi hua jin cheng yu wen hua zhuan xing yan jiu / Mei Xinlin, Chen Guocan zhu bian. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for SUNY Series in Chinese Local Studies: Cities of Jiangnan in Late Imperial China (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay.
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Christian Hess () The City in Late Imperial China is the last of a three-book series of edited volumes covering Chinese urban history from the late imperial period to the PRC. All of the books contain papers presented in two conferences held in devoted to the study of cities in China.
Cities of Jiangnan in Late Imperial China. Albany: State University of New York (SUNY). ISBN Horesh, Niv (). Shanghai's Bund and Beyond. New Haven: Yale University Press.
Erh,Deke and Johnston, Tess (). Shanghai Art Deco. Hong Kong: Old China Hand Press. Suglung palwal- County: The province was given the name Jiangnan (Chinese: 江南; literally: 'the South of the Yangtze River ') in after Manchu -led Qing army conquered South Zhili (Chinese: 南直隸; literally: 'South Direct Administration') of Ming Empire during the Manchu conquest of Ming China.
the city in late Imperial China NORTON GINSBURG- The University of Chicago The City in Late lmperial Chlna. 0. WILLIAM SKINNER, ED. Stanford Stanford Unl- versity Press, xvli + pp., figures, index, maps. $ (cloth). It is a tribute to the authors and editor of this massive volume that it is so difficult to : Norton Ginsburg.
Yüan-ling Chao has written a useful book on the social and cultural aspects of medicine in late Imperial China. While the book, a revised version of the author's doctoral dissertation achieved in the s, does not pretend to provide an exhaustive account of the history of medicine of the period, it does give the reader a few important keys to understand the question of medicine in late Author: Angela Ki Che Leung.The Manchu Way: The Eight Banners and Ethnic Identity in Late Imperial China (illustrated, reprint ed.).
Stanford University Press. Finnane, Antonia (), "Yangzhou: A Central Place in the Qing Empire", in Cooke Johnson, Linda, Cities of Jiangnan in Late Imperial China, Albany, NY: SUNY Press, pp. –