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Scaling the Ming (Conference at UBC, May 2018)

Call for Papers: Scaling the Ming, An International Conference We are pleased to announce an international conference on studies of the Ming dynasty (1368–1644), to be hosted by the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada on May 18–19, 2018. The theme of “Scaling the Ming” invites reflection scale, size, and scope in the […]

SMS Panel 2016: Language in the Ming

The 2016 meeting of the Society for Ming Studies will take place on Friday, April 1 at the Sheraton Seattle Hotel. After the business meeting, there will be a panel on “Language in the Ming,” with the following presentations. Date: Friday, April 1, 2016 Time: 8:30 pm Location: Virginia Room, Sheraton Seattle Hotel Richard VanNess […]

Minutes of 2015 Meeting, Chicago

Minutes of the annual meeting of the Society of Ming Studies, March 27 2015 Submitted by Acting Secretary Sarah Schneewind Outgoing President Joe Dennis welcomed everyone and urged all to subscribe to the journal and thus become members, even though we have plenty of money. He noted that we might do a conference if we […]

Annual meeting and panel

From Society for Ming Studies President Joe Dennis: The Society’s annual meeting will be held 7:30-9:30 Friday, March 27, in the Colorado Room of the Sheraton Chicago Hotel and Suites. It will include a panel on Archaeology and Objects in Ming studies, with three speakers: Anne Gerritsen (Warwick/Leiden), Jin Hui-han (archaeology and history, Minnesota), and […]

David Rolston resources on Jin Ping Mei cihua

A Resource on Music and Oral Performing Literature in the Ming Novel Jin Ping Mei cihua Made Available in Celebration of the Completion of David Tod Roy’s Translation David Rolston, University of Michigan The (in)famous Ming dynasty novel, Jin Ping Mei cihua 金瓶梅詞話 (Plum in the golden vase), is the first Chinese novel to describe […]

Third Conference on the Wang Yangming School in Late Imperial China

The Third Conference on the Wang Yangming School in Late Imperial China will be held Oct. 31 to Nov. 2, 2014, in Wang’s hometown, Yuyao 余姚, Zhejiang. This conference will bring together established scholars in the field of intellectual history of Ming and Qing China, as well as young scholars and some graduate students. All […]

Geiss Foundation Ming Reception, AAS 2014

Geiss Foundation Ming Reception, AAS 2014

GEISS FOUNDATION MING RECEPTION Room 305, Philadelphia Downtown Marriott (AAS Conference Headquarters) 1201 Market Street Philadelphia, PA 19107   Saturday, 29 March 2014 8:15pm — 10:30pm Please join us for dessert, drinks, and conversation!

Annual Meeting

The Annual Meeting of the Society for Ming Studies will take place on March 28, in conjunction with the Annual Meeting of the Association for Asian Studies. Meeting Location: Philadelphia Downtown Marriott, 1201 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107 Friday, March 28, 2014, 7:30pm -9:30pm The panel topic: “Southeast Asia and the Ming” Ken Hammond, “Wang Shizhen’s ‘Annan zhi’: […]

Ming quarry discovered near Wudangshan

A Ming-era quarry, where stone for epigraphy was mined, has been discovered near Wudangshan. There are some partial inscriptions still in situ.

Riesco auction proceeds

The controversial auction selling off the Croydon Museum collection of Chinese ceramics (largely Ming porcelain) has gone ahead, and most of the pieces were sold at a sale at Christie’s.


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