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Sagacious monks and bloodthirsty warriors : Chinese views of Japan in the Ming-Qing period
AuthorFogel, Joshua A.
Pub. LocationNorwalk, CTPublisherEastBridge
Date2002Phys. Desc.vi, 401 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm.
LocationReading RoomCall NumberDS740.5.J3 S23 2002
Sagacious monks and bloodthirsty warriors : Chinese views of Japan in the Ming-Qing period / Joshua A. Fogel, editor.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 267-330) and index.
Realistic and fantastic images of "dwarf pirates:" the evolution of Ming dynasty perceptions of the Japanese / Wang Yong -- Japan in the late Ming: the view from Shanghai / Timothy Brook -- Chinese understanding of the Japanese language from Ming to Qing / Joshua A. Fogel -- Views of Japan and policies toward Japan in the early Qing / Guo Yunjing -- Chinese travelers to Nagasaki in the mid-Qing period : the case of Wang Peng / Ōba Osamu -- Qing reactions to the reimportation of the Confucian canonical works from Tokugawa Japan / Laura E. Hess -- The search for evidence from China : Qing learning and Kōshōgaku in Tokugawa Japan / Benjamin A. Elman -- Chinese scholars in Japan in the late Qing : how they lived and whom they knew / Wang Baoping -- A masterful Chinese study of Japan from the late Qing period : Fu Yunlong and his Youli Riben Tujing / Wang Xiaoqiu -- The ideology of "good wives and wise mothers": Meiji Japan and feminine modernity in late-Qing China / Joan Judge -- Chinese intellectuals' view of Japan in the late Qing / Zhou Qiqian.
Japan--Foreign public opinion, Chinese
China--Cultural relations--Japan--History--Ming-Qing dynasties, 1368-1911
Japan--Civilization--14th-19th centuries--Chinese views
SeriesSignature books (White Plains, N.Y.)
Rec. TypeBookLanguageEnglish
CollectionRicci Institute LibraryRec. #2648