[Announcement] Handbooks and Anthologies for Officials in Imperial China

Pierre-Etienne Will’s long expected bibliography will be out for Christmas (Publication expected on Dec. 24, 2019)!

“The 1,165 entries of Handbooks and Anthologies for Officials of Imperial China by Pierre-Étienne Will and collaborators provide a descriptive list of extant manuscript and printed works—mainly from the Song, Ming, and Qing dynasties—created with the aim to instruct officials and other administrators of imperial China about the technical and ethical aspects of government, and to provide tools and guides to help with the relevant procedures. Both generalist and specialized texts are considered. Among the latter, such disciplines as the administration of justice, famine relief, and the military receive particular attention. Each entry includes the publishing history of the work considered (including modern editions), an analysis of contents, and a biographical sketch of the author.”

See on the editor’s page: https://brill.com/view/title/38448

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Claude Chevaleyre (August 30, 2019). [Announcement] Handbooks and Anthologies for Officials in Imperial China. Human Trafficking and Slaving in China [CHTS]. Retrieved July 20, 2024 from https://doi.org/10.58079/ms05

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