Sunday, November 19 / 10:00 AM - 11:45 AM Grand Teton (2nd Floor)

Session 230
The Ideology and Governance of the Late Chinese Empire

Chair: Yang Zhang, American University
Discussant: Mark Elliott, Harvard University

1. Managing Land and Producing Citizens: State Building and Identity Formation in Manchuria, 1900-1920Shuang Chen, University of Iowa.

2. Max Weber’s Religion of China: A Re-AssessmentKrishan Kumar, University of Virginia.

3. Synchronizing Everyday Life in the Chinese Empire: The Circulation, Ritual, and Illegal Printing of Calendar during the Qing DynastyYuanchong Wang, University of Delaware.

4. Problematizing the “Confucian State”: the Religious Dimension of the Ming Bureaucratic CultureYing Zhang, The Ohio State University.

5. The 1911 Revolution and the Qing EmpireXiaowei Zheng, University of California, Santa Barbara.

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