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Academies and society in Southern Sung China /
Linda Walton.
imprint
Honolulu : University of Hawai'i Press, c1999.
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x, 309 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
0824819624 (alk. paper)
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imprint
Honolulu : University of Hawai'i Press, c1999.
isbn
0824819624 (alk. paper)
catalogue key
3322311
 
Includes bibliographical references (p. 283-[296]) and index.
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Summaries
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Academies were part of the educational institutions of the Sung (960-1279), an era in China marked by profound changes in economy, technology, thought, and social and political order. This study attempts to explain the phenomenon.
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This is the first comprehensive look at the Sung academy movement. It explains the phenomenon not only as a product of intellectual changes, but also as part of broader social, economic, political, and cultural transformations taking place in Sung China.
Table of Contents
Acknowledgmentsp. ix
Introductionp. 1
Geographies: Intellectual, Economic, and Sacred
From Northern to Southern Sung: Academies and the True Way Movementp. 25
Shrines, Schools, and Shih: the Thirteenth-Century Academy Movementp. 50
The Academy Movement: Economic and Sacred Geographyp. 87
Academies in the Society and Culture of the Southern Sung Shih
Kin and Community: From Family School to Academyp. 121
Social Integration and Cultural Legitimacy: Academies and the Community of Shihp. 150
Academies and the Learning of the Shih, ca. 1225-1275p. 173
Conclusionp. 199
Appendixp. 215
Notesp. 219
Glossaryp. 271
Bibliographyp. 283
Indexp. 297
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