Ming Studies Research Series

The Ming Studies Research Series consists of scholarly works related to the study of Ming history. The Series is published by the Center for Early Modern History, University of Minnesota. Two of the titles (Vols. 1 and 3) are freely available for download from the links below.

  1. Keith Hazelton, A Synchronic Chinese-Western Calendar 1341-1661 A. D. (ISBN 1-886108-00-5), 1984.
  2. Richard T. Wang, Ming Studies in Japan 1961-1981: A Classified Bibliography (ISBN 1-886108-01-3), 1985.
  3. Edward L. Farmer, Romeyn Taylor, and Ann Waltner, Ming History: An Introductory Guide to Research (ISBN 1-886108-02-1) 1994.
  4. Sarah Schneewind, ed., Long Live the Emperor! Uses of the Ming Founder across Six Centuries of East Asian History (ISBN 978-0-9800639-0-5) 2008.
  5. Thomas G. Nimick, Local Administration in Ming China: The Changing Roles of Magistrates, Prefects, and Provincial Officials (ISBN 978-0-9800639-1-2), 2008.
  6. Jaret Wayne Weisfogel, edited by Sarah Schneewind, A Late Ming Vision for Local Community: Ritual, Law, and Social Ferment in the Proposals of Guan Zhidao (ISBN 978-0-9800639-2-9), 2010.
Ordering copies of the Research Series

To order, see the CEMH order page.

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