Author: E. L. F.
Source: Ming Studies, Number 12, Spring, 1981 , pp. 1-28(28)
Publisher: Maney Publishing
Abstract:On Thursday evening, March 13, 1981, a Ming Studies Open Meeting was held at the Sheraton Centre Hotel in Toronto in conjunction with the thirty-third annual meeting of the Association for Asian Studies. The Editor gave a brief report on the current status of MING STUDIES and asked for suggestions for future issues. Those attending talked briefly about their current research interests and William Atwell gave an account of talks between American and Chinese social and economic historians which took place in China in the fall of 1980. The following persons attended the meeting and indicated these interests and affiliations: Tsing YUAN, social and economic change in the late Ming, Associate Professor of History, Wright State University; Arthur Waldron, strategy, Visiting Lecturer, Princeton University; Romeyn Taylor, early Ming history and religion, Professor, University of Minnesota; Roland Higgins, Ming social and political history and coastal activity, just finished doctorate at the University of Minnesota; Joanna Handlin, Mingearly Qing social and intellectual history, Associate in Research, Fairbank Center, Harvard; Ronald Dimberg, Ming social and intellectual history, Associate Professor, University of Virginia; I-fan Ch'eng, Ming intellectual history and social change, Assistant Professor, Howard University; John Langlois, Ming intellectual history and law, Associate Professor, Bowdoin College; Tai-loi MA, institutional history and bibliography, Librarian, University of Chicago; Bill Atwell, late Ming history, Lecturer, School of Oriental and African Studies, London; Samuel Chu, tongshi and modern China, Professor, Ohio State University; Edward L. Farmer, early Ming social codes, Professor, University of Minnesota.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 1981-01-01