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Negotiated power : the state, elites, and local governance in twelfth- to fourteenth-century China / Sukhee Lee.

By: Lee, Sukhee, 1971-.
Material type: TextTextSeries: JSTOR eBooks.Harvard East Asian monographs: 371.Publisher: Cambridge (Massachusetts) : Harvard University Asia Center, 2014Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 347 pages) : illustrations, map.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781684175468; 1684175461.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Negotiated power.DDC classification: 951/.024 LOC classification: DS796.N56 | L33 2014Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
List of maps, tables, and figures -- Introduction -- Elites, locality, and the state -- Local governance in southern Song Mingzhou -- Cooperation and tension : revisiting local activism -- The Yuan transformation : the state and elites under alien rule -- Appendix 1: Burial site in a county different from county of residence -- Appendix 2: Translocal marriages in southern Song and Yuan mingzhou -- Appendix 3: Extant biographical sources for officials who served in southern Song Mingzhou -- Appendix 4: Maintenance of official schools in southern Song Mingzhou -- Inscriptions on official schools in Yuan Mingzhou -- Abbreviations.
Scope and content: "Posits an alternative understanding of the relationship between the state and social elites in the middle period of Chinese imperial history. The book shows in vivid detail how state power and local elite interests were mutually constitutive and reinforcing"--Provided by the publisher.
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"Posits an alternative understanding of the relationship between the state and social elites in the middle period of Chinese imperial history. The book shows in vivid detail how state power and local elite interests were mutually constitutive and reinforcing"--Provided by the publisher.

Includes bibliographical references (pages 321-338) and index.

List of maps, tables, and figures -- Introduction -- Elites, locality, and the state -- Local governance in southern Song Mingzhou -- Cooperation and tension : revisiting local activism -- The Yuan transformation : the state and elites under alien rule -- Appendix 1: Burial site in a county different from county of residence -- Appendix 2: Translocal marriages in southern Song and Yuan mingzhou -- Appendix 3: Extant biographical sources for officials who served in southern Song Mingzhou -- Appendix 4: Maintenance of official schools in southern Song Mingzhou -- Inscriptions on official schools in Yuan Mingzhou -- Abbreviations.

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