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1、聽鐘樓詩稿:8卷 嘉慶151810]

2、皇朝武功紀盛:4卷 乾隆571792]湛貽堂

3、Legal Lessons: Popularizing Laws in the People’s Republic of China, 1949–1989 2018/4

摘要:The popularization of basic legal knowledge is an important and contested technique of state governance in China today. Its roots reach back to the early years of Chinese Communist Party rule. Legal Lessons tells the story of how the party-state attempted to mobilize ordinary citizens to learn laws during the early years of the Mao period (1949–1976) and in the decade after Mao’s death. Examining case studies such as the dissemination of the 1950 Marriage Law and successive constitutions since 1954 in Beijing and Shanghai, Jennifer Altehenger traces the dissemination of legal knowledge at different levels of state and society. Archival records, internal publications, periodicals, advice manuals, memoirs, and colorful propaganda materials reveal how official attempts to determine and promote 「correct」 understanding of written laws intersected with people’s interpretations and practical experiences. They also show how diverse groups—including party-state leadership, legal experts, publishers, writers, artists, and local officials, along with ordinary people—helped to define the meaning of laws in China’s socialist society. Placing mass legal education and law propaganda at the center of analysis, Legal Lessons offers a new perspective on the sociocultural and political history of law in socialist China.
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4、The Halberd at Red Cliff: Jian』an and the Three Kingdoms 2018/4

摘要:The turn of the third century CE—known as the Jian』an era or Three Kingdoms period—holds double significance for the Chinese cultural tradition. Its writings laid the foundation of classical poetry and literary criticism. Its historical personages and events have also inspired works of poetry, fiction, drama, film, and art throughout Chinese history, including Internet fantasy literature today. There is a vast body of secondary literature on these two subjects individually, but very little on their interface. The image of the Jian』an era, with its feasting, drinking, heroism, and literary panache, as well as intense male friendship, was to return time and again in the romanticized narrative of the Three Kingdoms. How did Jian』an bifurcate into two distinct nostalgias, one of which was the first paradigmatic embodiment of wen (literary graces, cultural patterning), and the other of wu (heroic martial virtue)? How did these largely segregated nostalgias negotiate with one another? And how is the predominantly male world of the Three Kingdoms appropriated by young women in contemporary China? The Halberd at Red Cliff investigates how these associations were closely related in their complex origins and then came to be divergent in their later metamorphoses.
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5、Navigating Semi-Colonialism: Shipping, Sovereignty, and Nation-Building in China, 1860–1937 2018/4

摘要:China’s status in the world of expanding European empires of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries has long been under dispute. Its unequal relations with multiple powers, secured through a system of treaties rather than through colonization, has invited debate over the degree and significance of outside control and local sovereignty. Navigating Semi-Colonialism examines steam navigation—introduced by foreign powers to Chinese waters in the mid-nineteenth century—as a constitutive element of the treaty system to illuminate both conceptual and concrete aspects of this regime, arguing for the specificity of China’s experience, its continuities with colonialism in other contexts, and its links to global processes. Focusing on the shipping network of open treaty ports, the book examines the expansion of steam navigation, the growth of shipping enterprise, and the social climate of the steamship in the late nineteenth century as arenas of contestation and collaboration that highlight the significance of partial Chinese sovereignty and the limitations imposed upon it. It further analyzes the transformation of this regime under the nationalism of the Republican period, and pursues a comparison of shipping regimes in China and India to provide a novel perspective on China under the treaty system.
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6、What Is China? Territory, Ethnicity, Culture, and History 2018/3

摘要:本書為葛兆光「何為中國?」的英譯版本 Ge Zhaoguang, an eminent historian of traditional China and a public intellectual, takes on fundamental questions that shape the domestic and international politics of the world’s most populous country and its second largest economy. What Is China? offers an insider’s account that addresses sensitive problems of Chinese identity and shows how modern scholarship about China—whether conducted in China, East Asia, or the West—has attempted to make sense of the country’s shifting territorial boundaries and its diversity of ethnic groups and cultures. Ge considers, for example, the ancient concept of tianxia, or All-Under-Heaven, which assigned supremacy to the imperial court and lesser status to officials, citizens, tributary states, and tribal peoples. Does China’s government still operate with a belief in divine rule of All-Under-Heaven, or has it taken a different view of other actors, inside and outside its current borders? Responding both to Western theories of the nation-state and to Chinese intellectuals eager to promote 「national learning,」 Ge offers an insightful and erudite account of how China sees its place in the world. As he wrestles with complex historical and cultural forces guiding the inner workings of an often misunderstood nation, Ge also teases out many nuances of China’s encounter with the contemporary world, using China’s past to explain aspects of its present and to provide insight into various paths the nation might follow as the twenty-first century unfolds.
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7、Gender, Power, and Talent: The Journey of Daoist Priestesses in Tang China 2018/3

摘要:Introduction 1. The Rise of Daoist Priestesses as a Gendered Religio-Social Group 2. Destiny and Power of the Ordained Royal Women 3. Religious Leadership, Practice, and Ritual Function 4. Liu Moran and the Daoist Theory of Inner Cultivation 5. Longevity Techniques and Medical Theory: The Legacy of Hu Yin 6. The Yaochi ji and Three Daoist Priestess-Poets 7. Unsold Peony: The Life and Poetry of the Priestess-Poet Yu Xuanji Conclusion Appendix: Du Guangting and the Hagiographies of Tang Daoist Women
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8、Contesting Cyberspace in China: Online Expression and Authoritarian Resilience 2018/3

摘要:Preface 1. Introduction: Pluralism and Cyberpolitics in China 2. Harmonizing the Internet: State Control Over Online Expression 3. To Comply or to Resist? The Intermediaries』 Dilemma 4. Pop Activism: Playful Netizens in Cyberpolitics 5. Trolling for the Party: State-Sponsored Internet Commentators 6. Manufacturing Distrust: Online Political Opposition and Its Backlash 7. Defending the Regime: The 「Voluntary Fifty-Cent Army」 8. Authoritarian Resilience Online: Mismatched Capacity, Miscalculated Threat Appendix
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9、Reading Philosophy, Writing Poetry: Intertextual Modes of Making Meaning in Early Medieval China 2018/3

摘要:In a formative period of Chinese culture, early medieval writers made extensive use of a diverse set of resources, in which such major philosophical classics as Laozi, Zhuangzi, and Classic of Changes featured prominently. Reading Philosophy, Writing Poetry examines how these writers understood and manipulated a shared intellectual lexicon to produce meaning. Focusing on works by some of the most important and innovative poets of the period, this book explores intertextuality—the transference, adaptation, or rewriting of signs—as a mode of reading and a condition of writing. It illuminates how a text can be seen in its full range of signifying potential within the early medieval constellation of textual connections and cultural signs. If culture is that which connects its members past, present, and future, then the past becomes an inherited and continually replenished repository of cultural patterns and signs with which the literati maintains an organic and constantly negotiated relationship of give and take. Wendy Swartz explores how early medieval writers in China developed a distinctive mosaic of ways to participate in their cultural heritage by weaving textual strands from a shared and expanding store of literary resources into new patterns and configurations.
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10、At Home in the World: Women and Charity in Late Qing and Early Republican China 2018/3

摘要:Introduction Part I. Elite Women and Charity 1. Beyond a Personal Virtue 2. Being Female Philanthropists Part II. The YWCA in China and 「Women in the Home」 3. Reaching Out to Women in the Home 4. Women Interacting with the YWCA Part III. Women in the School of the Way 5. Redefining Confucian Gender Doctrines 6. Women, Superstition, and the Reorientation Toward Charity Epilogue
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11、China at War: Triumph and Tragedy in the Emergence of the New China 2018/2

摘要:Introduction Part I: Staking a Nation 1. Chiang Kaishek: Saving China 2. Nation Building 3. Nanjing, Nanjing 4. To War Part II: Momentous Times 5. The Battle of Shanghai 6. Trading Space for Time 7. Regime Change 8. War Communism Part III: The Acid Test 9. The Allies at War 10. The Turning Point 11. Japan’s Surrender in China Part IV: The New China 12. Crash and Burn 13. National Liberation War 14. Exhaustion Epilogue: Transitions
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12、Bannermen Tales (Zidishu): Manchu Storytelling and Cultural Hybridity in the Qing Dynasty 2018/2

摘要:Bannermen Tales is the first book in English to offer a comprehensive study of zidishu (bannermen tales)—a popular storytelling genre created by the Manchus in early eighteenth-century Beijing. Contextualizing zidishu in Qing dynasty Beijing, this book examines both bilingual (Manchu-Chinese) and pure Chinese texts, recalls performance venues and features, and discusses their circulation and reception into the early twentieth century. To go beyond readily available texts, author Elena Chiu engaged in intensive fieldwork and archival research, examining approximately four hundred hand-copied and printed zidishu texts housed in libraries in Mainland China, Taiwan, Germany, and Japan. Guided by theories of minority literature, cultural studies, and intertextuality, Chiu explores both the Han and Manchu cultures in the Qing dynasty through bannermen tales, and argues that they exemplified elements of Manchu cultural hybridization in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries while simultaneously attempting to validate and perpetuate the superiority of Manchu identity. With its original translations, musical score, and numerous illustrations of hand-copied and printed zidishu texts, this study opens a new window into Qing literature and provides a broader basis for evaluating the process of cultural hybridization.
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13、Religion and the state in Russia and China : suppression, survival, and revival. 2011

14、Pearl Buck in China : journey to The good earth. 2010

15、Tibetan rituals of death : Buddhist funerary practices. 2010

16、On the Cultural Revolution in Tibet : the Nyemo Incident of 1969. 2009

17、Charisma and compassion : Cheng Yen and the Buddhist Tzu Chi movement. 2009

18、Bhaṭṭi's poem : the death of Rāvaṇa. 2009

19、Body & spirit : Tibetan medical paintings. 2009

20、Networks of empire : forced migration in the Dutch East India Company. 2009