Kinship organization inlate imperial China 1000-1940



Publisher: University of California Press in Berkeley, London

Written in English
Published: Pages: 319 Downloads: 304
Share This

Subjects:

  • Kinship -- China -- History.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographies and index.

Statementedited by Patricia Buckley Ebrey and James L. Watson.
SeriesStudies on China -- 5
ContributionsEbrey, Patricia Buckley., Watson, James L. 1943-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsGN635.C5
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi,319p. :
Number of Pages319
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21489613M
ISBN 100520054164

Possible Book reports: Beata Grant, Mount Lu Revisited: Buddhism in the Life and Writings of Su Shih. OR. Literati as a Social and Political Elite. Read: Hymes, Robert P. "Marriage, Descent Groups, and the Localist Strategy in Sung and Yuan Fu-chou," in Ebrey and Watson, eds., Kinship Organization in Late Imperial China,   The genre is a religious drama depicting the journey of the Buddhist monk Mulian through the underworld to rescue his sinful mother. The place is a Jiangnan prefecture famed since the 16th century for its Confucian gentry society, strong practice of kinship organization, and far-reaching mercantile influence. The period is late imperial China. The dead retain their membership in (patrilineal) kinship organizations, but neighbors and other non-kin cease engaging in exchange with the dead at this point. "The Early Stages in the Development of Chinese Descent Groups," in Kinship Organization in Late Imperial China, , eds. Patricia B. Ebrey and James L. Watson (Berkeley and. Imperial China by F. W. Mote: In Pursuit of the Dragon: Traditions and Transitions in Ming Ceramics by Idemitsu Bijutsukan. Ladder of Success in Imperial China: Aspects of Social Mobility, by Ping-Ti Ho: Military Culture in Imperial China by Nicola Di Cosmo:

———. a. "Concubines in Sung China." Journal of Family History ———. b. "Early Stages in the Development of Descent Groups." In Kinship Organization in Late Imperial China, , ed. Patricia Buckley Ebrey and James L. Watson. . The aristocratic families of early imperial China: Kinship organization in late imperial China, by Patricia Buckley Ebrey Visual and material cultures in Middle Period China (Book) 8. Class and Community Structures of Qing Dynasty China," Journal of Asian Studies 46 (): ; also notable is the multidisciplinary conference on family and kinship held in , the proceedings of which were published as Kinship Organization in Late Imperial China, Kinship Organization in Late Imperial China, (coeditor with Patricia Ebrey and contributor). Berkeley: University of California Press. pp. Death Ritual in Late Imperial and Modern China (coeditor with Evelyn S. Rawski and contributor). Berkeley: University of California Press.

Kinship organization inlate imperial China 1000-1940 Download PDF EPUB FB2

Kinship Organization in Late Imperial China, by Patricia Buckley Ebrey (Editor), The study of kinship and kinship organizations provides one of the best ways to approach the coexisting uniformities and variations of Chinese society.

this book examines the Kinship organization inlate imperial China 1000-1940 book and cultural processes through which Confucian texts on Author: Patricia Buckley Ebrey. : Kinship Organization in Late Imperial China, (Volume 5) (Studies on China) (): Ebrey, Patricia Buckley, Watson, James L.: Books.

Kinship Organization in Late Imperial China, – | Patricia Buckley Ebrey, James L. Watson | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Studies on China Ser.: Kinship Organization in Late Imperial China, (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay.

Free shipping for many products. Kinship Organization in Late Imperial China, – Patricia Buckley Ebrey and James L. Watson, eds Stevan Harrell. University of Washington, Seattle. Search for more papers by this author. Stevan Harrell. University of Washington, Seattle. Kinship organization in late imperial China, / Author: edited by Patricia Buckley Ebrey and James L.

Watson. --Publication info: Berkeley: University of California Press, c Format: Book. The book is recommended for upper-level undergraguates, graduates, and faculty alike." -- History: Reviews of New Books "Szonyi has written an impressive study of patrilineal kinship organization on Nantai Island, primarily during the Ming and Qing periods.

Kinship Organization in Late Imperial China, 的书评 (全部 0 条). Family And Kinship In Chinese Society Ed By Maurice Freedman Family And Kinship In Chinese Society Ed By Maurice Freedman by Ai-li S. Chin. Download it Family And Kinship In Chinese Society books also available in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format for read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.

Ai-li S. Chin, Maurice Freedman, Joint Committee on Contemporary China. "Szonyi has written an impressive study of patrilineal kinship organization on Nantai Island, primarily during the Ming and Qing periods.

The book is solidly based on a wide array of sources, including genealogies, local gazetteers, land deeds, oral history, and. This book should be on the reading list of every China scholar and graduate seminar."—Ming Studies "Based upon remarkable research in local gazetteers, genealogies and extensive fieldwork, Practicing Kinship is a rich and insightful analysis of the lived experience of lineage organization in late imperial China."—Journal of Asian History.

Pris: kr. Häftad, Skickas inom vardagar. Köp Kinship Organization in Late Imperial China, av Patricia Buckley Ebrey, James L Watson på Kinship organization in late imperial China, / edited by Patricia Buckley Ebrey and James L.

W Zhong wai wen hua yu qin shu guan xi / Yang Maochun zhu. Patricia B. Ebrey and James L. Watson, eds. Kinship Organization in Late Imperial China, (Berkeley, ).

David Faure, The Structure of Chinese Rural Society: Lineage and Village in the Eastern New Territories, Hong Kong (Cambridge, ).

Chinese Family and Kinship | Dr Hugh D. Baker (auth.) | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books Kinship Organization in Late Imperial China, – University of California Press.

Patricia Buckley Ebrey, James L. Watson. Year: Language: english. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest. 「Kinship organization in late imperial China, 」を図書館から検索。カーリルは複数の図書館からまとめて蔵書検索ができるサービスです。.

Popular Culture in Late Imperial China. by David Johnson (Editor), Andrew J. Nathan (Editor), Evelyn S. Rawski (Editor) Kinship Organization in Late Imperial China, by Patricia Buckley Ebrey (Editor), James L.

Watson (Editor) Printing and Book Culture in Late Imperial China. by Cynthia J. Brokaw (Editor), Kai-Wing Chow (Editor). Until now our understanding of marriage in China has been based primarily on observations made during the twentieth century.

The research of ten eminent scholars presented here provides a new vision of marriage in Chinese history, exploring the complex interplay between marriage and the social, political, economic, and gender inequalities that have so characterized Chinese society.

Political, Social, and Cultural Reproduction via Civil Service Examinations in Late Imperial China - Volume 50 Issue 1 - Benjamin A. Elman Kinship Organization in Late Imperial China, – Berkeley: University of California Press.

Elman, Benjamin. Penguin Books. In this book Emily Ahern explores the implications of this. She argues that forms of control attempted ritually on non-human persons (gods and other spirits) in China parallel those forms of control which people regard as effective in ordinary life, namely political control, and draws important conclusions from this.

Kinship Organization in Late Imperial Chinaedited by China have fared recently. The three books under review are especially and Kinship in Chinese History' held in January at Asilomar, California.

The topic of the volume was restricted to kinship organization only, and in particular the Chinese lineage. This problem has. The dominance of Neo-Confucian social hierarchies in Late Imperial and Republican China, under which advanced age and generational seniority were the primary determinants of sociopolitical status, allowed many poor but senior individuals to possess status and.

Get Books Ten international academics explore heterodoxy dissent challenging the beliefs and meanings of the established norm in late Imperial China. In this process, they trace the origins of the cultural and intellectual protests to aspects of Daoism and Buddhism in the Ming () and Qing ().

Pris: kr. Inbunden, Skickas inom vardagar. Köp Writing the Lives of People and Things, AD av Robert F W Smith, Gemma L Watson på Kinship organization in late imperial China, – Berkeley, CA: University of California Press. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

Google Scholar. The Economy of Lower Yangzi Delta in Late Imperial China book. Connecting Money, Markets, and Institutions. A focus on these differences will allow us to see the operation of different levels of kinship organization among merchants within the Yangzi Valley economy, stretching from the small family unit up to the lineage settlement, and to.

Kinship Organization in Late Imperial China,edited by Partricia Buckley Ebrey and James L. Watson (University of California Press, ) One of the most important questions facing scholars of China is how Chinese society is held together.

Patricia Buckley Ebrey (born March 7, ) is an American historian specializing in cultural and gender issues during the Chinese Song obtained her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Chicago in and her Masters and PhD from Columbia University in andrespectively.

Upon receiving her PhD, Ebrey was hired as visiting assistant professor at University of. kinship organization in late imperial china ; educational building and facilities in asia and oceania; the american biology teacher; Popular Search Terms. abrégé de l histoire ecclésiastique; abrege de l histoire ecclesiastique contenant les evenemens considerables de chaque siecle avec des reflexions.

Books—Single-Authored, for Scholarly Audiences. Accumulating Culture: The Collections of Emperor Huizong. University of Washington Press. Chinese translation in preparation Women and the Family in Chinese History.

Routledge, pp. In series, Critical Asian Scholarship. Inner Quarters: Marriage and the Lives of Chinese Women in the Sung Period. The following sources are recommended by a professor whose research specialty is women's issues in China. Patricia B., and James L. Watson, eds. Kinship Organization in Late Imperial China, University of California Press, The Lioness Roars: Shrew Stories from Late Imperial China.

Cornell University East Asian Series.Patricia Buckley Ebrey, James L. Watson, editor, Kinship Organization in Late Imperial China ‎, University of California Press, →ISBN, page Wu Hai, whose objections to contamination of the patrilineal line were cited above, described an ancestral hall (tz'u-t'ang) .Kinship Organization in Late Imperial China, Co-editor with James L.

Watson. University of California Press, pp. Marriage and lnequality in Chinese Society. Co-editor with Rubie S. Watson. University of California Press, pp., in paperback and hard cover.