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Emperor and Ancestor (info)

John Lagerwey - book review

科大衛, 告別華南研究


David Faure
Emperor and Ancestor: State and Lineage in South China

1. Introduction

Historical geography
2. Exotic Guangzhou
3. Confucian incursions
4. We and they
5. The land

From registered households to lineages
6. Early Ming society
7. The recession of military service
8. The standardization of village rituals
9. Administrative transition

Lineages gentrified
10. Lineage building: the Huo surname of Foshan
11. Local magnates and land development

From Ming to Qing
12. Loyalty in the Ming-Qing transition
13. Power reshuffle in the early Qing
14. Proliferation of lineage institutions
15. The ordering of community in ritual life
16. Incorporation: the power of an idea
17. A short note on prosperity

The nineteenth century transformation
18. The Mulberry Garden Dyke and Its Politics
19. From paramilitary to militia
20. Local power in the Taiping Rebellion
21. The foreign element in Pearl River delta society
22. Contradictions of the nation state: the backwardness of lineages

23. Beyond the Pearl River delta

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Kinship -- China -- Pearl River Delta -- History.
Ethnicity -- China -- Pearl River Delta -- History.
Inheritance and succession -- China -- Pearl River Delta -- History.
China -- History -- Ming dynasty, 1368-1644.
China -- History -- Qing dynasty, 1644-1912.



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