|Confucianism and family rituals in imperial China : a social history of writing about rites|
|Author||Ebrey, Patricia Buckley, 1947-|
|Pub. Location||Princeton, N.J.||Publisher||Princeton University Press|
|Date||1991||Phys. Desc.||x, 272 p. ; 25 cm.|
|Location||Hallway Cases||Call Number||GN635.C5 E28 1991|
|Confucianism and family rituals in imperial China : a social history of writing about rites / Patricia Buckley Ebrey.|
Includes bibliographical references (p. -264) and index.
Early Confucian discourse on family rites -- Redesigning ancestral rites for a new elite in the eleventh century -- Combating heterodoxy and vulgarity in weddings and funerals -- Chu Hsi's authorship of the Family rituals -- Orthodoxy of Chu Hsi's Family rituals -- Revised versions of the Family rituals written during the Ming Dynasty -- Intellectuals' reevaluation of the Family rituals in the Ch'ing Dynasty -- Confucian texts and the performance of rituals.