A companion to volume seven of The Cambridge History of China, this volume offers detailed, topical studies of Ming institutions and society.
Table of ContentsIntroduction Frederick W. Mote and Denis Twitchett; 1. Ming government Charles O. Hucker; 2. Ming fiscal administration Ray Huang; 3. Ming law John D. Langlois, Jr; 4. The Ming and Inner Asia Morris Rossabi; 5. Sino-Korean tributary relations under the Ming Donald N. Clark; 6. Ming foreign relations: South-East Asia Wang Gung-wu; 7. Relations with maritime Europeans, 1514–1662 John E. Wills Jr; 8. Ming China and the emerging world economy William Atwell; 9. The socio-economic development of rural China under the Ming Martin Heijdra; 10. Communications and commerce Timothy Brook; 11. Confucian learning in late Ming thought Willard Peterson; 12. Learning from Heaven: the introduction of Christianity and of Western ideas into late Ming China Willard Peterson; 13. Official religion in the Ming Romeyn Taylor; 14. Ming Buddhism Yü Chün-fang; 15. Taoism in Ming culture Judith A. Berling.
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