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Manchu Archives and Studies on Frontier and Ethnic Groups in Qing Dynasty ed. by Uyunbilig (review)

Manchu Archives and Studies on Frontier and Ethnic Groups in Qing Dynasty ed. by Uyunbilig (review) Reviews Uyunbilig, editor. Manchu Archives and Studies on Frontier and Ethnic Groups in Qing Dynasty . Beijing: Shehui kexue wenxian chubanshe, 2013 (, 2013). iv, 488 pp. Paperback 98 RMB, isbn 978-7-5097-4752-0. This monograph with fourteen chapters, all written in Chinese, is dedicated to the Manchu language archives in topic research on Qing frontier history. The six contributors are the researchers at the Center of the Manchu Archival Materials, a very new institution established in May 2012 as part of the Qing Research Institute, and the People's University in the People's Republic of China (PRC). They are among the best PRC scholars of three generations who have received formal Manchu language training in higher education and are devoted to Qing studies, using Manchu-language resources. A high point in worldwide scholarship in the last three decades in terms of exploring new topics based on the latest released Manchu archives, the monograph presents specific studies in Qing Mongolia, Tibet, Xinjiang, and Manchuria. Manchu archival studies, Qing history studies, and China's Inner Asian frontier studies should all celebrate its accomplishments. Uyunbilig, the chairperson of the Center of the Manchu Archival Materials, points out in his preface that in the Manchu-ruled Qing http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png China Review International University of Hawai'I Press

Manchu Archives and Studies on Frontier and Ethnic Groups in Qing Dynasty ed. by Uyunbilig (review)

China Review International , Volume 20 (1) – Jan 22, 2013

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Reviews Uyunbilig, editor. Manchu Archives and Studies on Frontier and Ethnic Groups in Qing Dynasty . Beijing: Shehui kexue wenxian chubanshe, 2013 (, 2013). iv, 488 pp. Paperback 98 RMB, isbn 978-7-5097-4752-0. This monograph with fourteen chapters, all written in Chinese, is dedicated to the Manchu language archives in topic research on Qing frontier history. The six contributors are the researchers at the Center of the Manchu Archival Materials, a very new institution established in May 2012 as part of the Qing Research Institute, and the People's University in the People's Republic of China (PRC). They are among the best PRC scholars of three generations who have received formal Manchu language training in higher education and are devoted to Qing studies, using Manchu-language resources. A high point in worldwide scholarship in the last three decades in terms of exploring new topics based on the latest released Manchu archives, the monograph presents specific studies in Qing Mongolia, Tibet, Xinjiang, and Manchuria. Manchu archival studies, Qing history studies, and China's Inner Asian frontier studies should all celebrate its accomplishments. Uyunbilig, the chairperson of the Center of the Manchu Archival Materials, points out in his preface that in the Manchu-ruled Qing

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Published: Jan 22, 2013

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