The Ming Qing Studies 2013
issue focuses mainly on Chinese history: M. J. Fölster, “Legitimation of a Marginal Dynasty
: The Great Xia in Sichuan, 1362-1371 – A Case Study”; Ho Daphon D., “Was Fujian a Frontier?”; Li Guoteng, “Fujian Coast: The Home of Boundary–crossers in the Long Eighteenth Century”; Qian Nanxiu, “Transformation of the Min (Fujian) CainüCulture in the Late Qing Reform Era”; O. Merekina, “The Old Catholic Church in Shanghai”. Four articles concern literature and thought L. Benedetti, “Justice and Morality in Early Qing Dynasty Crime Fiction”; Yan Zinan, “A Change in the Poetic Style of Emperor Qianlong”; Zhao Jing, “A Comparative Literature Study on the Monstrosity and Transmissibility of Culture in Qing Dynasty”; Chen Xinyu, “The Hexagrams of the Yijing in Historical Studies”. Three articles deal with imagery and anthropological history in China and Japan R. Vinci, “The Descriptions of Sicily in Chinese Travel Diaries and Geographic Works until Qing Dynasty”; P. Santangelo, “Disgust: Some Fragments of an Equivalent Feeling in Chinese Traditional Experience”; D. Cucinelli, “Feline Shadows in the Rising Sun: Cultural Values of Cat in Pre-Modern Japan”. Two articles on art Foo Yee Wah, M. Meccarelli and A. Flamminii, “China and the West in the Art of the Nineteenth Century”; M. C. Gasparini, “The Silk Cover of the Admonitions Scroll. Aesthetic and Visual Analysis”. Notes and Discussions as well as books review complete this volume.
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