Chinese Encyclopaedias of New Global Knowledge (1870-1930)

Changing Ways of Thought

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ISBN: 978-3-642-35915-6 (Print) 978-3-642-35916-3 (Online)

Table of contents (13 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-x

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    Chapter

    Pages 1-27

    Chinese Encyclopaedias of New Global Knowledge (1870–1930): Changing Ways of Thought

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    Chapter

    Pages 29-53

    Late Qing Encyclopaedias: Establishing a New Enterprise

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    Pages 55-83

    From News, Xinwen 新聞, to New Knowledge, Xinxue 新學: Newspapers as Sources for Early Modern Chinese Encyclopaedias

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    Pages 85-102

    The Complete Compilation of New Knowledge, Xinxue beizuan 新學備纂 (1902): Its Classification Scheme and its Sources

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    Pages 103-135

    The Formation of Encyclopaedic Commonplaces During the Late Qing: Entries on the Newspaper

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    Pages 137-189

    Japanese Encyclopaedias: A Hidden Impact on Late Qing Chinese Encyclopaedias?

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    Pages 191-237

    From The Register of Ancients to Befriend to Brief Biographies of Notables Worldwide: A Study of Late Qing Biographical Dictionaries

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    Pages 239-287

    Wenxue” in the Purview of Late Qing Encyclopaedias and Textbooks: With a Focus on Huang Ren’s Activities as Compiler

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    Chapter

    Pages 289-328

    Modern Chinese Encyclopaedic Dictionaries: Novel Concepts and New Terminology (1903–1911)

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    Pages 329-365

    “New Methods to Nourish the People”: Late Qing Encyclopaedic Writings on Political Economy

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    Pages 367-397

    Helping Our People “to Jointly Hurry Along the Path to Civilization.” The Everyday Cyclopedia, Riyong baike quanshu 日用百科全書

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    Pages 399-424

    China’s “New” Encyclopaedias and Their Readers

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    Pages 425-451

    Studies on the Characteristics of Late Qing Encyclopaedia Entries

  15. Back Matter

    Pages 453-472