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Journal Late Imperial China

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Late Imperial China is the principal scholarly journal for historians of China who specialize in the Ming and Qing dynasties (c. 1368 to 1911). The journal presents methodologically innovative work not only in political and intellectual history, but in social, economic, cultural, and gender history and historical demography. New work by historians in Europe, Japan, Taiwan, and the People's Republic of China is often featured. Although published almost entirely in English, each article has a glossary in Chinese. [1]

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(  1965  -  1984  ) Chʿing-shih wen-tʿi (  1985  -  9999  ) Late Imperial China
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Women Till and Women Weave: Rice, Cotton, and the Gendered Division of Labor in Jiangnan

Y Wang

Late Imperial China , 2024 - VOLUME 45, ISSUE 1 , pp 1-40.

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2024-06-01

Fighting to Keep the Land Wild: Huifang and Vernacular Forestry in Nineteenth-Century Manchuria

K Kim

Late Imperial China , 2024 - VOLUME 45, ISSUE 1 , pp 79-115.

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2024-06-01

"Taking Life Too Lightly" or "Martyred for Righteousness"? Officials' Suicides in the High Qing

Y Wang

Late Imperial China , 2024 - VOLUME 45, ISSUE 1 , pp 117-158.

10.1353/late.2024.a930394

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