MING QING STUDIES 2014 is an annual periodical publication dedicated primarily to advanced studies concerning Late Imperial China and the geo-cultural area of East Asia in pre-modern and modern period. This journal provides a forum for scholars from a variety of fields seeking to bridge the gap between ‘oriental’ and western studies. Contributions by young and post-graduated scholars are particularly welcome. The articles in this volume concern historical problems, crime fiction, symbols in fine arts, the history of ideas, gender and literature.
In this volume:
LAVINIA BENEDETTI: Killing Di Gong: Rethinking Van Gulik’s Translation Of Late Qing Dynasty Novel Wu Zetian Si Da Qi’an.
HE YANRAN : Sage Descendants Fight: A History of the Master You Ancestral Hall in Chongming.
KHEE HEONG KOH: Claiming Authority in Lineage Leadership – A Fujian Case Study.
LEE CHEUK YIN: The Child-heart Mind: Li Zhi (1527-1602) and Intellectual Changes in Late Ming China.
LIU FEIYING : Powerful Bonds: Male Homosocial Desire in Pu Songling’s Liaozhai Zhiyi.
OLIVIA MILBURN: Strange Stories of Judge Shi: Imagining a Manchu Investigator in Early Imperial China.
FRANCESCO PARODI : The Taiping Rebellion in the Letters of the Catholic Fathers in China.
WANG BING : Poetry Anthologies’ Strategy for Constructing of Literary History: A Focus on Contemporary Anthologies of the Early Qing.
WANG YIZHOU : The Origin, Transformation and Representation of the Double Lotus.
YUAN XING : Leaving the ‘Boudoir’ for the Outside World: Travel and Travel Writings by Women from the Late Ming to the Late Qing Periods.
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