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Bureaucracy and the State in Early China 作者: Li Feng 出版社: Cambridge University Press 副标题: Governing the Western Zhou 出版年: 2009-1-12 页数: 400 定价: USD 134.99 装. Li Feng, Landscape and Power in Early China: The Crisis and Fall of the Western Zhou, 1045–771 BC - Volume 33 - Maria Khayutina 夏玉婷, Yuri Pines 尤銳, Katheryn M. Linduff 林嘉琳.

According to historical research, identifiable bureaucracy existed in the Western Zhou Dynasty of the early ancient period Li, 2010. The Qin Empire unified the country and established an imperial bureaucracy based on a system of prefectures and counties; in the Western Han Dynasty, this bureaucratic system, with secre According to Li, “These developments gave the Mid-Western Zhou government the clear organizational characteristics of a bureaucracy” p. 83, which continued in the late period. Chapter Three deals with “The actual administrative process of the Western Zhou government” p. 96. Li Feng's 'Bureaucracy and the State in Early China' 2009 is a fantastic book on the Western Zhou period 1046 - 771 BCE government. This study is based almost solely on bronze inscriptions of the period for which he argues convincingly that they CAN be used as primary source material for the nature of the government. Dec 30, 2013 · Li Feng is Professor of Early Chinese History and Archaeology at Columbia University. Both a historian and an archaeologist, his research interests extend from bronze inscriptions and Western Zhou history to broader issues such as the nature of early states, bureaucracy, comparative literacy, cross-region cultural relations and theories of social development. Li, Feng, 1962– Bureaucracy and the state in early China: governing the western Zhou/Li Feng. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. isbn 978-0-521-88447-1 hardback 1. Bureaucracy – China – History – To 1500. 2. China – Politics and government – To 221 b.c. I. Title. jq1510.l47484 2008 931'.03 – dc22 2008025653.

This ook redefines the bureaucracy of Ancient Chinese society during the Western Zhou period. The analysis is based on inscriptions of royal edicts from the period carved into bronze vessels. The inscriptions clarify the political and social construction of the Western Zhou and the ways in which it exercised its authority. Jan 01, 2011 · Read "Bureaucracy and the State in Early China: Governing the Western Zhou, Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips. [9780521884471] Includes bibliographical references and index. Bureaucracy and the State in Early China: Governing the Western Zhou by Li Feng ISBN 13: 9780521884471 ISBN 10: 0521884470. Li Feng Chinese: 李峰; pinyin: Lǐ Fēng; born 1962, or Feng Li, is a professor of Early Chinese History and Archaeology at Columbia University, where he is director of graduate studies for the Department of East Asian Languages and Culture.He received his MA in 1986 from the Institute of Archaeology, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, and his Ph.D. in 2000 from the University of Chicago. Free 2-day shipping. Buy Bureaucracy and the State in Early China: Governing the Western Zhou at.

The Zhou dynasty Chinese: 周; pinyin: Zhōu was a Chinese dynasty that followed the Shang dynasty and preceded the Qin dynasty.The Zhou dynasty lasted longer than any other dynasty in Chinese history 790 years. The military control of China by the royal house, surnamed Ji, lasted initially from 1046 until 771 BC for a period known as the Western Zhou and the political sphere of influence. He founded and has co-chaired the Columbia Early China Seminar since 2002. See his personal website for a fuller list of publications. Selected Publications. Early China: A Social and Cultural History Cambridge, 2013 Bureaucracy and the State in Early China: Governing the Western Zhou Cambridge, 2008. In China, scholars of the Western Zhou use the abundant historical data to compare with archaeological data in order to make interpretations about sociopolitical relations. Liu provides an up to date account on the key sites referred to in this early period and discusses the boundaries and limits of this expansion. Li Feng’s research interests range across such areas of study as the rise of complex society and civilization, early state organization, interregional cultural relations, workings of bureaucracy, nature of early writing, social and economic dynamics of early state and empire. Li Feng is Professor of Early Chinese History and Archaeology at Columbia University. Both a historian and an archaeologist, his research interests extend from bronze inscriptions and Western Zhou history to broader issues such as the nature of early states, bureaucracy, comparative literacy, cross-region cultural relations and theories of social development.

  1. Oct 25, 2012 · Li Feng's 'Bureaucracy and the State in Early China' 2009 is a fantastic book on the Western Zhou period 1046 - 771 BCE government. This study is based almost solely on bronze inscriptions of the period for which he argues convincingly that they CAN be used as primary source material for the nature of the government.
  2. Oct 25, 2012 · Ancient Chinese society developed a sophisticated and complex bureaucracy which is still in operation today and which had its pristine form in the government of the Western Zhou from 1045 to 771 BC. Li Feng, one of the leading scholars of the period, explores and interprets the origins and operational characteristics of that bureaucracy on the basis of the contemporaneous inscriptions of.
  3. Jul 30, 2013 · Bureaucracy and the State in Early China will become a standard reference book for Western Zhou studies in the West for years to come.' The Journal of Asian Studies 'The core of Li's project is the description of early government in China based predominantly on archaeologically recovered source materials, avoiding the problems of a historiography based on questionable received texts, above all Zhouli.

Ancient Chinese society developed a sophisticated and complex bureaucracy which is still in operation today and which had its pristine form in the government of the Western Zhou from 1045 to 771 BC. Li Feng, one of the leading scholars of the period, explores and interprets the origins and operational characteristics of that bureaucracy on the. Oct 22, 2013 · Therefore, they can be called the early “royal states.” The collapse of the Western Zhou state in 771 BC and the lack of a true central authority thereafter opened ways to fierce inter-state. Oct 31, 2013 · Li Feng's new critical interpretation draws on the most recent scholarship and archaeological discoveries from the past thirty years. Th 'Early China' refers to the period from the beginning of human history in China to the end of the Han Dynasty in AD 220. Bureaucracy and the State in Early China will become a standard reference book for Western Zhou studies in the West for years to come.' The Journal of Asian Studies 'The core of Li's project is the description of early government in China based predominantly on archaeologically recovered source materials, avoiding the problems of a. Li Feng is Professor of Early Chinese History and Archaeology in the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures. He is the author of Landscape and Power in Early China: The Crisis and Fall of the Western Zhou 1045-771 BC Cambridge 2006, Bureaucracy and the State in Early China: Governing the Western Zhou Cambridge 2008, Early China: A Social and Cultural History.

Bureaucracy and the State in Early China: Governing the Western Zhou Cambridge, 2008 Landscape and Power in Early China: The Crisis and Fall of the Western Zhou 1045-771 BC Cambridge, 2006 Program Office at Columbia Fayerweather Hall, Columbia University, 1180 Amsterdam Avenue · New York, NY 10027. On approximately 300 pages Li Feng gives an overview of early Chinese history from the first complex societies, through Erlitou and Erlingang, Shang Anyang and Western an Eastern Zhou dynasty, including spring and autumn as well as the Warring States periods to the Qin unification and finally the consolidation under the Han dynasty.

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