Reorienting the Manchus a study of sinicization, 1583-1795.

Making extensive use of Chinese, Japanese, Manchu, and Western sources, the author adopts a historical multifaceted approach to explore the various forces-geography; economics; frontier contacts; political and social institutions; language, literature, and art; religion and Confucianism-that made po...

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Author / Creator: Pei, Huang (Author)
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Format: eBook Electronic
Language:English
Language notes:English.
Imprint: [Place of publication not identified] Cornell East Asia Series 2011
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505 0 0 |t Frontmatter --  |t Contents --  |t Qing Reign Periods --  |t List of Heavenly Stems and Earthly Branches --  |t List of Illustrations and Translated Poems --  |t List of Maps and Tables --  |t Explanatory Note --  |t Acknowledgments --  |t Introduction --  |t Chapter I The Ancestry and Ethnic Composition of the Manchus --  |t Chapter II The Founding of the Qing Dynasty --  |t Chapter III Economic Forces --  |t Chapter IV Frontiersmen and Transfrontiersmen --  |t Chapter V The Rise of Administrative and Legal Institutions --  |t Chapter VI Transformation of Social Institutions --  |t Chapter VII Manchu Language and Literature --  |t Chapter VIII Architecture, Religion, and Confucianism --  |t Conclusion --  |t Glossary --  |t Bibliography --  |t Index 
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