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By Naquin, Susan
This collection of Chinese photography contains over 350 vintage postcards from pre-communist China along with extensive historical background and commentary. Camel trains arriving at a city gate; the distinctive architecture of the Forbidden City, its pagodas, imperial buildings ...
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Edited by Naquin, Susan; Yu, Chun-Fang
This volume discusses the interaction between pilgrims and sacred sites from the tenth century to the present. From the perspectives of literature, art, history, religion, politics and anthropology, the essays focus on China's most famous pilgrimage mountains as well as lesser kn ...
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This text examines the city of Peking during the Ming and Qing periods. Using Peking's temples as a starting point, the book excavates the city's varied public arenas, its transformation over five centuries, its human engagements, and its rich cultural imprint.
By Naquin, Susan; Rawski, Professor Evelyn Sakakida
During the eighteenth century, China's new Manchu rulers consolidated their control of the largest empire China had ever known. In this book Susan Naquin and Evelyn S. Rawski draw on the most recent research to provide a unique overview and reevaluation of the social history of C ...
By Titus, Felicitas; Naquin, Susan
This collection of rare and vintage postcards offers a unique look at a vanished China and its storied capital.
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