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Empire at the margins [Texte imprimé] : culture, ethnicity, and frontier in early modern China /

de Crossley, Pamela Kyle. (edt.) ; Siu, Helen F.. (edt.) ; Sutton, Donald S.. (edt.)
Collation: 1 vol. (X-378 p.) : jaquette ill., cartes. ; 24 cm. Collection: Studies on China Édition: Berkeley, Ca. ; Los Angeles, Calif. ; London : University of California press, cop. 2006.ISBN: 0520230159 (rel); 9780520230156 (rel).Contenu: Résumé de l' éditeurPart I. Identity at the heart of empire -- Ethnicity in the Qing Eight Banners / Mark C. Elliott (p.27-57) -- Making Mongols / Pamela Kyle Crossley (p.58-82) -- "A fierce and brutal people:" on Islam and Muslims in Qing law / Jonathan N. Lipman (p.83-110) -- Part II. Narrative wars at the new frontiers -- The Qing and Islam on the western frontier / James A. Millward and Laura J. Newby (p.113-134) -- The cant of conquest: Tusi offices and China's political incorporation of the southwest frontier / John E. Herman (p.135-168) -- Part III. Old contests of the south and southwest -- The Yao wars in the mid-Ming and their impact on Yao ethnicity / David Faure (p.171-189) -- Ethnicity and the Miao frontier in the eighteenth century / Donald S. Sutton (p.190-228) -- Ethnicity, conflict, and the state in the early to mid-Qing: the Hainan highlands, 1644-1800 / Anne Csete (p.229-252) -- Part IV. Uncharted boundaries -- Ethnic labels in a mountainous region: the case of She "bandits" / Wing-hoi Chan (p.255-284) -- Lineage, market, pirate, and Dan: ethnicity in the Pearl River delta of south China / Helen F. Siu and Liu Zhiwei (p.285-310) -- Conclusion (p.311-320)Table des matières / Sommaire: Part I. Identity at the heart of empireEthnicity in the Qing Eight Banners / Mark C. ElliottMaking Mongols / Pamela Kyle Crossley"A fierce and brutal people:" on Islam and Muslims in Qing law / Jonathan N. LipmanPart II. Narrative wars at the new frontiersThe Qing and Islam on the western frontier / James A. Millward and Laura J. NewbyThe cant of conquest: Tusi offices and China's political incorporation of the southwest frontier / John E. HermanPart III. Old contests of the south and southwestThe Yao wars in the mid-Ming and their impact on Yao ethnicity / David FaureEthnicity and the Miao frontier in the eighteenth century / Donald S. SuttonEthnicity, conflict, and the state in the early to mid-Qing: the Hainan highlands, 1644-1800 / Anne CsetePart IV. Uncharted boundariesEthnic labels in a mountainous region: the case of She "bandits" / Wing-hoi ChanLineage, market, pirate, and Dan: ethnicity in the Pearl River delta of south China / Helen F. Siu and Liu ZhiweiSujet RAMEAU: Ethnicité Chine Histoire | Ethnicity China HistorySujet géographique RAMEAU: Chine Relations interethniques Histoire | China Ethnic relations HistoryThématique: Histoire | Culture, art, littérature | Religion | Politique | Société, modes de vieThématique spécifique: Anthropologie économique | Histoire ancienne | Ecriture | Intégration | Nomadisme | Conditions sociales | Sédentarisme | Histoire culturelle | Histoire des religions | Conflit | Ethnicité | Identité | Relations interethniques | Islam | Tradition | Agriculture | Diversité culturelle | Région frontalière | Tradition orale | ProductivitéGéographique: Xinjiang | Hainan | Chine | MongolieEthnique: Ming | Qing | Yao | MongolesType de document: OuvrageLangue du document: anglaisPays d'édition: Etats-Unis d'AmériquesNote: Table des matières.
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Table des matières.

Bibliogr. p. 325-346. Index.

Résumé de l' éditeur http://www.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0622/2005018339-d.html.

Part I. Identity at the heart of empire -- Ethnicity in the Qing Eight Banners / Mark C. Elliott (p.27-57) -- Making Mongols / Pamela Kyle Crossley (p.58-82) -- "A fierce and brutal people:" on Islam and Muslims in Qing law / Jonathan N. Lipman (p.83-110) -- Part II. Narrative wars at the new frontiers -- The Qing and Islam on the western frontier / James A. Millward and Laura J. Newby (p.113-134) -- The cant of conquest: Tusi offices and China's political incorporation of the southwest frontier / John E. Herman (p.135-168) -- Part III. Old contests of the south and southwest -- The Yao wars in the mid-Ming and their impact on Yao ethnicity / David Faure (p.171-189) -- Ethnicity and the Miao frontier in the eighteenth century / Donald S. Sutton (p.190-228) -- Ethnicity, conflict, and the state in the early to mid-Qing: the Hainan highlands, 1644-1800 / Anne Csete (p.229-252) -- Part IV. Uncharted boundaries -- Ethnic labels in a mountainous region: the case of She "bandits" / Wing-hoi Chan (p.255-284) -- Lineage, market, pirate, and Dan: ethnicity in the Pearl River delta of south China / Helen F. Siu and Liu Zhiwei (p.285-310) -- Conclusion (p.311-320)

Informations biographiques sur les auteurs

Part I. Identity at the heart of empire Ethnicity in the Qing Eight Banners / Mark C. Elliott Making Mongols / Pamela Kyle Crossley "A fierce and brutal people:" on Islam and Muslims in Qing law / Jonathan N. Lipman Part II. Narrative wars at the new frontiers The Qing and Islam on the western frontier / James A. Millward and Laura J. Newby The cant of conquest: Tusi offices and China's political incorporation of the southwest frontier / John E. Herman Part III. Old contests of the south and southwest The Yao wars in the mid-Ming and their impact on Yao ethnicity / David Faure Ethnicity and the Miao frontier in the eighteenth century / Donald S. Sutton Ethnicity, conflict, and the state in the early to mid-Qing: the Hainan highlands, 1644-1800 / Anne Csete Part IV. Uncharted boundaries Ethnic labels in a mountainous region: the case of She "bandits" / Wing-hoi Chan Lineage, market, pirate, and Dan: ethnicity in the Pearl River delta of south China / Helen F. Siu and Liu Zhiwei

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