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The Art Of Doing Good: Charity In Late Ming China

Smith, Joanna Handlin

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ISBN 10: 0520253639 / ISBN 13: 9780520253636
Editorial: University of California Press, Berkeley 2009, 2009
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24.0 x 16.0cms, 406pp. very good+ hardback & dustwrapper The section headings are: associations for doing good (eg benevolent societies); charitable routines during a crisis (food relief, medical relief etc): from moral transformation toward the legitimation of wealth. N° de ref. de la librería 138039

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Título: The Art Of Doing Good: Charity In Late Ming ...

Editorial: University of California Press, Berkeley 2009

Año de publicación: 2009

Encuadernación: Hardcover

Condición de la sobrecubierta: Dust Jacket Included

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Book by Smith Joanna Handlin

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"[Smith] convincingly proves that charity was a vibrant motivation for many in [the Ming] period." Chinese Cross Currents "Few if any equals in the scholarly studies of the actual working of local politics in late imperial China." -- Joseph McDermott Journal Of Chinese Studies "This is an extraordinary book which, in addition to adding a wealth of detail on life at the local level to the existing literature on the late Ming, also offers sophisticated analysis of the diaries on which it is largely based." -- Andrea Janku Bltn Of Sch Of Oriental & African Stds "This volume raises a great number of relevant questions with regard to China today." -- Andre Laliberte, translated by Jonathan Hall China Perspectives "The book adds... to our understanding of charity in sixteenth- and seventeenth-century China, but also to our broader grasp of Ming society." Chinese Historical Review "An extraordinary book." -- Andrea Janku Bltn Of Sch Of Oriental & African Stds "A contribution to the study of premodern China's social elite ... the book deepens our understanding of gentry identity." -- Helen Dunstan American Historical Review "An important, well-researched book that fills a void left by the lack of similar publications on this topic." -- V. J. Symons Choice

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