Our Great Qing: The Mongols, Buddhism, and the State in Late Imperial China

@inproceedings{Elverskog2008OurGQ,
  title={Our Great Qing: The Mongols, Buddhism, and the State in Late Imperial China},
  author={J. Elverskog},
  year={2008}
}
Although it is generally believed that the Manchus controlled the Mongols through their patronage of Tibetan Buddhism, scant attention has been paid to the Mongol view of the Qing imperial project. In contrast to other accounts of Manchu rule, "Our Great Qing" focuses not only on what images the metropole wished to project into Mongolia, but also on what images the Mongols acknowledged themselves. Rather than accepting the Manchu's use of Buddhism, Johan Elverskog begins by questioning the… Expand
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