Ming Qing Yanjiu [XIX] 2015

MQYJ XIX

This issue is dedicated to the memory of Prof. Lionello Lanciotti (1925-2015), a great Man who really knew what rén is

 

Contents

Qi Jiguang’s 戚繼光 Wujing qishu zhaiti 武經七書摘. A Few Notes on a Synopsis of the Military Classics

 

 

Felix Siegmund

1

Shared Heritage, Different Paths:Wang Shizhen and Wang Shimao 

 

Kenneth J. Hammond

 37

The Influence of Song and Qing Antiquarianism on Modern Chinese Archaeology 

 

Chiara Visconti

 51

The Story of Diaochan: from Chinese fiction to English drama--on Romance of the Three Kingdoms and G.G. Alexander’s Teaou-shin

 

Song Lijuan宋丽娟

 79

朝鮮燕行使視野下的乾隆禁教期間耶穌會士。以洪大容的《湛軒燕記》為研究對象 (The Chosŏn Envoys to Beijing and their View on the Jesuits in the Qianlong Period of Persecution: Hong Tae-yong’s Tamhŏnyŏnki as a Case Study)

 

Lok-yin (Login) Law

羅樂然

 

101

Book reviews

 

 

135

David M. Robinson, Martial Spectacles of the Ming Court. Cambridge, London: Harvard University Asia Center, 2013.

 

Felix Siegmund

135

Timothy Brook, Mr. Selden’s Map of China. Decoding the Secrets of a Vanished Cartographer, Bloomsbury Press, 2013.

 

Federico Brusadelli

139

Luís Filipe Barreto and Vítor Serrão (eds.), Património Cultural Chinês em Portugal. Lisbon: Centro Científico e Cultural de Macau and Fundação Jorge Álvares, 2015.

 

 Roderich Ptak

142

Birgit Tremml-Werner, Spain, China, and Japan in Manila, 1571-1644: Local Comparisons and Global Connections. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2015.

 

Roderich Ptak

146