Journal of Song Yuan Studies

VOLUME 36 (2006)


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  ARTICLES

1

Literati Culture and the Relationship Between Huizong and Cai Jing

Patricia Ebrey

25

Getting the Words Right: Speech, Vernacular Language, and Classical Language in Song Neo-Confucian ‘Records of Words.’

   Robert Hymes

57

Something Rotten in the State of Song: The Frustrated Loyalty of the Generals of the Yang Family

   Wilt L. Idema

79

Re-examining the Authenticity of Song Paper Money Specimens

   Richard von Glahn

   
 

RESEARCH REPORT

107

Zhu Xi and His World
Charles Hartman

   
 

STATE OF THE FIELD REPORTS

133

Bibliography of Song History Studies in Japan (2005)
Hirata Shigeki, ed.

133

Part I:  Update on Song Studies in Japan

 

A.  Updates on the Qingming ji and the Study of Song History in Japan
Ogawa Yoshiyuki

B.  Topics and Results of the Studies of the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms Period during the past 25 years
Yamazaki Satoshi

145

Part II:  Bibliography of Song Studies in Japan (2005)
Compiled by Anazawa Shoko

   
 

REVIEWS

189

Fiscalité, comptes publics et politiques financières dans la Chine des Song. Le chapitre 179 du Songshi, by Christian Lamouroux,

William N. Goetzmann

198

The Impact of Buddhism on Chinese Material Culture, by John Kieschnick

Richard von Glahn

203

From War to Diplomatic Parity in Eleventh-Century China: Sung’s Foreign Relations with Kitan Liao, by David Curtis Wright

Paul Jakov Smith

207

Politics and Conservatism in Northern Song China: The Career and Thought of Sima Guang (A.D. 1019-1086), by Xiao-bin Ji

Ari Levine

208

The Yijing and Chinese Politics: Classical Commentary and Literati Activism in the Northern Song Period, 960-1127, by Tze-ki Hon

Kidder Smith

   
 

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