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245 04 The Chinese empire in local society :|bMing military 
       institutions and their legacies /|cedited by Michael 
       Szonyi, Shiyu Zhao. 
250    1st. 
264  1 London :|bRoutledge,|c2020. 
300    1 online resource :|billustrations (black and white). 
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490 1  Historical anthropology of Chinese society series. 
500    <OL><LI>State Institutions, Local Society, and Historical 
       Continuity: Ming Military Institutions from the 
       Perspective of Historical Anthropology</LI><I><P>Michael 
       Szonyi and Zhao Shiyu </P></I><P></P><P><LI>The Social 
       Impact of Changing Patterns of Military Recruitment and 
       Logistics in Yongzhou, Hunan</LI><P></P><I><P>Wu Tao</P></
       I><P></P><P><LI>Military Colonies and Localization in 
       Yongchun, Fujian</LI><P></P><I><P>Ma Wenrui and Zheng 
       Zhenman</P></I><P></P><P><LI>The Evolution of Temples in 
       Jinxiang Guard and the Localization of State Institutions<
       /LI><P></P><I><P>Zhang Kan</P><P></P></I><P><LI>State and 
       Local Society in the Reform of the Garrison System in the 
       Qing Dynasty: A Case Study of Yuzhou Guard</LI><P></P><I><
       P>Deng Qingping</P></I><P></P><P><LI>Where are the Western
       Aborigines?: Ningfan Guard and the Transformation of Local
       Society in Southwestern Sichuan in Ming and Qing </LI><P><
       /P><I><P>Long Sheng</P></I><P></P><P><LI>The Green Shoots 
       Crop Protection Associations of Taozhou, Gansu: Ming 
       Identities/Qing Histories</LI><P></P><I><P>Que Yue</P></I>
       <P></P><P><LI>The "Civilianization" of Military Colonies 
       and the Reorganization of Military Households: Ningxi 
       Battalion and the Reconstruction of Rural Order in South 
       China in the Eighteenth Century</LI><P></P><I><P>Xie Shi</
       P><P></P></I><P><LI>Military Lineages and the Qing Tribute
       Grain System: The "Xie/Chen/Liao Barge" of Ganzhou Guard, 
       Jiangxi</LI><P></P><I><P>Rao Weixin </I></P><P><LI>The 
       Tribute Grain System, Military Colony Lands, and Transport
       Soldier Lineages in Ming and Qing: The Case of Huangzhou 
       and Qizhou Garrisons of Eastern Hubei</LI></OL><P><I>Xu 
       Bin</I></P><P>Appendices:</P><OL><P></P></OL><P>I. Ming 
       and Qing reign periods</P><P>II Ming weights and measures<
       /P><P>III Glossary and character list</P><OL><P></P></OL><
       P>References</P><P></P> 
506    Available only to authorized UTEP users. 
520    This book explores the Ming dynasty (1368-1644) military, 
       its impact on local society, and its many legacies for 
       Chinese society. It is based on extensive original 
       research by scholars using the methodology of historical 
       anthropology, an approach that has transformed the study 
       of Chinese history by approaching the subject from the 
       bottom up. Its nine chapters, each based on a different 
       region of China, examine the nature of Ming military 
       institutions andtheir interactionwith local social life 
       over time. Several chapters consider the distinctive role 
       of imperial institutions in frontier areas and how they 
       interacted with and affected non-Han ethnic groups and 
       ethnic identity. Others discuss the long-term legacy of 
       Ming military institutions, especially across the dynastic
       divide from Ming to Qing (1644-1912) and the implications 
       of this for understanding more fully the nature of the 
       Qing rule. 
588    Description based on CIP data; resource not viewed. 
651  0 China|xHistory|yMing dynasty, 1368-1644. 
651  0 China|xHistory, Military|y960-1644. 
651  0 China|xSocial conditions|y960-1644. 
700 1  Szonyi, Michael,|eeditor. 
700 1  Zhao, Shiyu,|eeditor. 
776 08 |iPrint version :|z9780367431846. 
830  0 Historical anthropology of Chinese society series. 
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