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China Bibliography: A Research Guide to Reference Works about China Past and Present , and: Classical Historiography for Chinese History , and: China: New Edition (review)

China Bibliography: A Research Guide to Reference Works about China Past and Present , and:... 52 China Review International: Vol. 5, No. 1, Spring 1998 Harriet T. Zurndorfer. China Bibliography: A Research Guide to Reference Works about China Past and Present. Handbuch der Orientalistik IV, 10. Leiden, New York, and Köln: E. J. Brill, 1995. xiv, 380 pp. Hardcover $124.50, isbn 90-04-10278-7. Benjamin Elman, compiler. Classical Historiography for Chinese History [online]. With the help of Ping-yi Chu, Xiaoping Cong, Miaw-fen Lu, Sam Gilbert, and Adam Schorr. UCLA Social Science Computing Center, ©1996 by Benjamin A. Elman [cited 23 October 1997]. Available from World Wide Web: . Charles W. Hayford. China: New Edition. World Bibliographical Series 35. Oxford, Santa Barbara, and Denver: Clio Press, 1997. xxvi, 603 pp. Hardcover £95.00. isbn 1-85109-235-8. The growing output of new reference publications on China and the increasing availability and accessibility of information (especially through the Internet) add urgency to the call for good lectures and research guides to introduce these materials. One danger, indeed, of this sudden increase in information is that it becomes impossible to digest, especially for young scholars in the China field, so that overinformation actually results in disorientation and non-information. What should be the criteria for such introductory material? It seems to me http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png China Review International University of Hawai'I Press

China Bibliography: A Research Guide to Reference Works about China Past and Present , and: Classical Historiography for Chinese History , and: China: New Edition (review)

China Review International , Volume 5 (1) – Mar 30, 1998

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52 China Review International: Vol. 5, No. 1, Spring 1998 Harriet T. Zurndorfer. China Bibliography: A Research Guide to Reference Works about China Past and Present. Handbuch der Orientalistik IV, 10. Leiden, New York, and Köln: E. J. Brill, 1995. xiv, 380 pp. Hardcover $124.50, isbn 90-04-10278-7. Benjamin Elman, compiler. Classical Historiography for Chinese History [online]. With the help of Ping-yi Chu, Xiaoping Cong, Miaw-fen Lu, Sam Gilbert, and Adam Schorr. UCLA Social Science Computing Center, ©1996 by Benjamin A. Elman [cited 23 October 1997]. Available from World Wide Web: . Charles W. Hayford. China: New Edition. World Bibliographical Series 35. Oxford, Santa Barbara, and Denver: Clio Press, 1997. xxvi, 603 pp. Hardcover £95.00. isbn 1-85109-235-8. The growing output of new reference publications on China and the increasing availability and accessibility of information (especially through the Internet) add urgency to the call for good lectures and research guides to introduce these materials. One danger, indeed, of this sudden increase in information is that it becomes impossible to digest, especially for young scholars in the China field, so that overinformation actually results in disorientation and non-information. What should be the criteria for such introductory material? It seems to me

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