Women in China from Earliest Times to the Present: A Bibliography of Studies in Western Languages

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Brill, 2009 - Reference - 234 pages
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This essential reference work provides an alphabetic listing, with an extensive index, of studies on women in China from earliest times to the present day written in Western languages, primarily English, French, German, and Italian. Containing more than 2500 citations of books, chapters in books, and articles, especially those published in the last thirty years, and more than 100 titles of doctoral dissertations and Masters theses, it covers works written in the disciplines of anthropology and sociology; art and archaeology; demography; economics; education; fashion; film and media studies; history; interdisciplinary studies; law; literature; music; medicine, science, and technology; political science; and religion and philosophy. It also contains many citations of studies of women in Hong Kong and Taiwan.

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Robin D.S. Yates, Ph.D. in Chinese History, Harvard University, James McGill Professor of History and East Asian Studies, McGill University, teaches pre-modern Chinese history including the history of women in China. He has published extensively on Chinese cultural history.

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