Under Confucian Eyes: Writings on Gender in Chinese History

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Susan Mann, Yu-Yin Cheng
University of California Press, 2001 - 310 pagina's
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"This important volume adds a significant number of new and unique materials for teachers at all levels of higher education to use in classroom and seminar discussion about the issues of gender, society, and religion in imperial China."--Benjamin Elman, author of A Cultural History of Civil Examinations in Late Imperial China

"The eighteen primary documents in this anthology, all of them translated for the first time, provide a rich array of sources on the lives of women in China's past. The anthology is important not only for the selection of documents but for the ways it suggests we can think about, and find sources about, women in China. It is must reading for scholars and students alike."--Ann Waltner, author of The World of a Late Ming Visionary: T'an-Yang-Tzu and Her Followers
  

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Guide for Students and Teachers
13
Biography of the Great Compassionate One
31
The Book of Filial Piety for Women Attributed
47
Funerary Writings by Chen Liang 11431194
71
The Customs of Various Barbarians
85
Selected Writings by Luo Rufang 15151588
103
Final Instructions by Yang Jisheng 15161555
119
Record of Past Karma by Ji Xian 16141683
135
Letters by Women of the MingQing Period
169
Selected Short Works by Wang Duanshu
179
Two Ghost Stories from Liaozhais Records
197
Two Biographies by Zhang Xuecheng 17381801 117
217
Poems on TeaPicking
231
A Brief Record of the Eastern Ocean
253
The Eating Crabs Youth Book
263
Contributors
309

Letter to My Sons by Gu Ruopu 1592ca 1681
149
Personal Letters in SeventeenthCentury
155

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Over de auteur (2001)

Susan Mann is Professor of History at the University of California, Davis, and author of Precious Records: Women in China's Long Eighteenth Century (1997). Yu-Yin Cheng is Assistant Professor of History at Marymount Manhattan College and author of A Chronological Biography of Lo Ju-fang (1515-1588): Poet, Philosopher, Activist (1995).

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