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Creating ChinaX. Feb 20 2013. The Northern Border Steppe vs. sown Forest vs. steppe The Northern states and peoples. western steppe central steppe eastern steppe Merkits "Mongols" Naimans Kereits Tatars . Central Asia Northwestern China North China and Manchuria

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creating chinax

Creating ChinaX

Feb 20 2013

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The Northern Border

Steppe vs. sown

Forest vs. steppe

The Northern states and peoples

western steppecentral steppeeastern steppe

Merkits "Mongols"

NaimansKereits Tatars

Central AsiaNorthwestern ChinaNorth China and Manchuria

Uighurs Tanguts(Xia/Hsia Dynasty) Jurchens (Jin/Chin Dynasty)

Southern China

Southern Song/Sung Dynasty

mongol empire
Mongol Empire
  • The Saga of Temüjin, Chinggis Khan, 1167-1227
  • The Empire
slide6

Mongol Empire as of 1259

Khubilai (r. 1260-1294)

social policy and social practice in ming and qing
Social Policy and Social Practice in Ming and Qing
  • Ming dynasty (1368-1644), capital at Nanjing, moved to Beijing in 1421
  • 1. Views of the early Ming dynasty:
  • 2. the Ming founding in historical perspective
  • 3. What made the Ming founding unique: social policy
slide12

Zheng He’s (1371-1435 AD) 7 major expeditions between 1405 AD and 1430 AD. A fleet might have as many as 28,000 people on 300 ships. The largest of the ships had a length of 440 Chinese feet and a width of 180 (dwarfing Columbus' Santa Maria (75 ft x 25 ft) more than 6-fold), it took 1000 passengers and crew.

silver and social change in late ming 1550 1644
Silver and Social Change in Late Ming (1550-1644)
  • I Foreign Silver and New Wealth: Ming in the Emerging World Economy
  • New Wealth and Social Change
  • Social Change and Cultural Reassessment
social change and cultural reassessment
Social Change and Cultural Reassessment
  • Literature
  • Literary theory and literature of entertainment
  • Philosophy and Ethics
  • The spread of Wang Yang-ming's ideas about sagehood
  • Ethics for everyone: the "Ledgers of Merit and Demerit"
  • Education
  • Religion
  • The "Three Teachings are One" Movement
  • Buddhist lay societies
  • Jesuits
  • Charity
  • A case of changing attitudes: women as poets and as moral exemplars
achievements and limits of manchu rule qing foreign relations on two fronts
Achievements and Limits of Manchu Rule (=Qing foreign relations on two fronts)
  • Manchu Origins
  • Conquering
  • Ruling
  • Presiding
the scholars
The Scholars
  • A novel from 1750
  • About Chinese novels