Locality, Literati, and the Imagined Spatial Order: A Case of Huizhou, 1200-1550

@article{Du2013LocalityLA,
  title={Locality, Literati, and the Imagined Spatial Order: A Case of Huizhou, 1200-1550},
  author={Y. Du},
  journal={Journal of Song-Yuan Studies},
  year={2013},
  volume={42},
  pages={407 - 444}
}
  • Y. Du
  • Published 2013
  • History
  • Journal of Song-Yuan Studies
The rise of local history as a field of study has been one of the most noteworthy developments in English-language scholarship on Chinese history during the past four decades. By redirecting the focus of analysis from the national to the local level, historians have successfully revised conventional wisdom on such varied topics as social mobility, religious practice, elites’ patterns of dominance, and the development of local social institutions, to name a few. But equally as impressive are the… Expand
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