The Song-Yuan-Ming Transition in Chinese History

The Song-Yuan-Ming Transition in Chinese History

Paul Jakov Smith Richard von Glahn Christine J. Loomis Peter K. Bol / Feb 29, 2020
The Song Yuan Ming Transition in Chinese History This volume seeks to study the connections between two well studied epochs in Chinese history the mid imperial era of the Tang and Song ca and the late imperial era of the late Ming and Qing
  • Title: The Song-Yuan-Ming Transition in Chinese History
  • Author: Paul Jakov Smith Richard von Glahn Christine J. Loomis Peter K. Bol
  • ISBN: 9780674010963
  • Page: 228
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This volume seeks to study the connections between two well studied epochs in Chinese history the mid imperial era of the Tang and Song ca 800 1270 and the late imperial era of the late Ming and Qing 1550 1900 Both eras are seen as periods of explosive change, particularly in economic activity, characterized by the emergence of new forms of social organization and aThis volume seeks to study the connections between two well studied epochs in Chinese history the mid imperial era of the Tang and Song ca 800 1270 and the late imperial era of the late Ming and Qing 1550 1900 Both eras are seen as periods of explosive change, particularly in economic activity, characterized by the emergence of new forms of social organization and a dramatic expansion in knowledge and culture The task of establishing links between these two periods has been impeded by a lack of knowledge of the intervening Mongol Yuan dynasty 1271 1368 This historiographical black hole has artificially interrupted the narrative of Chinese history and bifurcated it into two distinct epochs.This volume aims to restore continuity to that historical narrative by filling the gap between mid imperial and late imperial China The contributors argue that the Song Yuan Ming transition early twelfth through the late fifteenth century constitutes a distinct historical period of transition and not one of interruption and devolution They trace this transition by investigating such subjects as contemporary impressions of the period, the role of the Mongols in intellectual life, the economy of Jiangnan, urban growth, neo Confucianism and local society, commercial publishing, comic drama, and medical learning.
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