9 edition of Artisans in Early Imperial China found in the catalog.
November 30, 2007
by University of Washington Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||394|
Despite the importance of books and the written word in Chinese society, the history of the book in China is a topic that has been little explored. This pioneering volume of essays, written by historians, art historians, and literary scholars, introduces the major issues in the social and cultural history of the book in late imperial China. In , Michele Ruggieri and Matteo Ricci were the first Jesuits to obtain permission to enter China. The mission work in China introduced Western science, mathematics, astronomy, and visual arts to the Chinese imperial court, and carried on significant inter-cultural and philosophical dialogue with Chinese scholars, particularly with representatives of Confucianism.
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Artisans in Early Imperial China humanizes the material remains of the past, revealing the men and women who made the beautiful artifacts we know today. This book will appeal to anyone interested in Chinese history, as well as to scholars of comparative social history, labor history, and Cited by: Artisans in Early Imperial China book.
Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Winner of the International Convention of Asia 4/5. WithArtisans in Early Imperial China, Anthony Barbieri-Low combines historical, epigraphic, and archaeological analysis to refocus our gaze from the glittering objects and monuments of China to the men and women who made book represents the first in-depth social history of artisans in early China.
Artisans in early imperial China. [Anthony J Barbieri-Low] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for This book examines their position within early Chinese society, analyzing their social status, social mobility.
"In Artisans in Early Imperial China, Anthony Barbieri-Low combines historical, epigraphic, and archaeological analysis to refocus our gaze from the glittering objects and monuments of China to the men and women who made them.
This book represents the Artisans in Early Imperial China book in-depth social history of artisans in early China."--Jacket. Artisans in Early Imperial China: Publication Type: Book: Year of Publication: Authors: Barbieri-Low, Anthony: Publisher: University of Washington Press: ISBN: Abstract: This book represents the first in-depth social history of artisans in early China.
How did they live. How were they trained. How did they market their. Artisans in Early Imperial China humanizes the material remains of the past, revealing the men and women who made the beautiful artifacts we know today. This book will appeal to anyone interested in Chinese history, as well as to scholars of comparative social history, labor history, and Asian art history.
In "Artisans in Imperial China," Barbieri-Low, a specialist in early Chinese history, studies the social history of early Chinese artisans.
Early China is best known for the dazzling terracotta figures, gilt-bronze lamps, and other material remnants of the past unearthed during archaeological excavations.
Barbieri-Low, Anthony Jerome (), Artisans in early imperial China, University of Washington Press Benn, Charles (), Daily Life in Traditional China: The Tang Dynasty, Greenwood Press Du, Shanshan (), Women and Gender in Contemporary Chinese Societies, Lexington Books. > Artisans in Early Imperial China 作者: Anthony J.
Barbieri-low isbn: 书名: Artisans in Early Imperial China 页数: 定价: USD 出版社: University of Washington Press 出版年: 装帧: Hardcover. "Artisans in Early Imperial China" humanizes the material remains of the past, revealing the men and women who made the beautiful artifacts we know today.
This book will appeal to anyone interested in Chinese history, as well as to scholars of comparative social history, labor history, and Asian art history. Much more than a history book, China in Ten Words is an eye-opening look into modern China. The book centers itself around ten Chinese words and phrases, like “Disparity,” “Copycat,” and “Bamboozle,” that define the post-Mao Chinese experience.
With an obfuscated political system, China is. Artisans in Early Imperial China. Seattle & London: University of Washington Press. ISBN Brook, Timothy.
The Confusions of Pleasure: Commerce and Culture in Ming China. Berkeley: University of California Press. ISBN ; Ebrey, Patricia Buckley, Anne Walthall, James Palais.
Anthony Barbieri-(Low)’s co-authored 2 volume work, Law, State and Society in Early Imperial China (Brill ), has been accorded Honorable Mention status in this year’s Patrick D.
Hanan Prize for translation from the Association for Asian Studies. After the collapse of the Han dynasty in the third century CE, China divided along a north–south line. This book traces the changes that both underlay and resulted from this split in a period that saw the geographic redefinition of China, more engagement with the outside world, significant changes to family life, developments in the literary and social arenas, and the introduction of new.
My research interests mainly focus on the material culture and decorative arts of late imperial China (Ming-Qing dynasties), Chinese lacquer (13th - 19th centuries), history of collecting at the Qing imperial court, Buddhist and Daoist visual culture, as well as artistic.
Anthony J. Barbieri-Low’s book is more far-reaching than its title initially suggests. It is not just about the artisans of early imperial China (the Qin and Han dynasties), but as he explains in his introduction/first chapter: “Understanding these lives [of the artisans] and the complex social, commercial and technological networks in which they participated will allow us to humanize the.
Late Imperial China is the principal journal for scholars of China's Ming and Qing dynasties. The journal presents methodologically innovative work in political and intellectual history, social, economic, cultural, and gender history, as well as historical demography, art history, religious studies, philosophy, and literature.
Late Imperial China regularly features new work by. One hundred years of Chinese history condensed in 75 amazing pictures recently restored. From late Qing dynasty to the foreign concessions in China: noblemen, courtesans and common people, miners, ethnic minorities, the civil war, famines, Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai, artists, beggars, shaolin monks, boxers, concubines, Hilda Yen (Chinese American Internationalist, diplomat.
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"Publication of Text and Ritual in Early China is an exceptionally important event for scholars of pre-imperial and early imperial Chinese opening new avenues for research, the contributors to Text and Ritual have already begun to reshape the field, achieving a major scholarly breakthrough."―Journal of the American Oriental SocietyReviews: 1.Imperial China's dynastic legal codes provide a wealth of information for historians, social scientists, and scholars of comparative law and of literary, cultural, and legal history.
Until now, only the Tang ( C.E.) and Qing ( C.E.) codes have been available in English translation. The present book is the first English translation ofThe Great Ming Code(Da Ming lu), which.
The Heirloom Seal of the Realm (known also as the Heirloom Seal of the First Emperor, or the Imperial Seal of China) is a Chinese artifact that is now lost. This artifact was a jade seal created by the first Emperor of China, Qin Shi Huang, and was .