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Qing dynasty (China, 1644-1912)

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Article Go-Eun Choi; Byeong-Hee Mihn; Ki-Won Lee (2023)
Investigating calendrical methods of calculating sunrise and sunset times in the Shixian calendar. Journal for the History of Astronomy (pp. 251-272). (/isis/citation/CBB270942246/) unapi

Article Xin-zhe Xie (2023)
Administration of Perception: Observing and Transcribing Dead Bodies in the Forensic Methodology of Qing China (1644–1912). Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 99-122). (/isis/citation/CBB769363646/) unapi

Article Emily Mokros (2023)
Chinese Gazettes on the Margins of Book History: Movable Type, Wax Stereotypes, and Vernacular Techniques in Late Imperial China. Book History (pp. 164-202). (/isis/citation/CBB009342071/) unapi

Thesis Matthew Wong Foreman (2023)
To Mix or Not to Mix: Race Science, Miscegenation, and the Making of the Chinese Race. (/isis/citation/CBB681053632/) unapi

Article Jiajing Zhang (2022)
The Art of Compromise: New Maps in Local Gazetteers of the Late Qing Dynasty. Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 829-840). (/isis/citation/CBB503352047/) unapi

Article Florence Bretelle-Establet (2022)
Biography of the Medical Book in Late Imperial China: a View from the Southern Margins of the Qing Empire. East Asian Science, Technology, and Medicine. (/isis/citation/CBB869760267/) unapi

Article Xiaoyan Dong (2022)
The Contest between Life-Oriented and Specialization : A Study on the Self-treatment Phenomenon in Ming and Qing Dynasties in China. Korean Journal of Medical History (pp. 93-128). (/isis/citation/CBB847702798/) unapi

Article Ting Chen; Lingfeng Lü (2022)
Astronomical or political: Interpretation of comets in times of crisis in Qing China. Journal for the History of Astronomy (pp. 13-26). (/isis/citation/CBB395595446/) unapi

Book Nathan Vedal (2022)
The Culture of Language in Ming China: Sound, Script, and the Redefinition of Boundaries of Knowledge. (/isis/citation/CBB226349178/) unapi

Article Hailian Chen (2022)
Zinc for coin and brass: a commodity chain analysis approach to studying resources in early modern Chinese history. Ferrum (pp. 38-47). (/isis/citation/CBB096689720/) unapi

Article Jihee Choi (2021)
Changes in pharmaceutical market and “fake drug” problem in the Qing period. Korean Journal of Medical History (pp. 277-315). (/isis/citation/CBB440672622/) unapi

Book Elizabeth LaCouture (2021)
Dwelling in the World: Family, House, and Home in Tianjin, China, 1860–1960. (/isis/citation/CBB338457805/) unapi

Article Caroline Humphrey (2021)
Mongolian map-making as practice. Interdisciplinary Science Reviews (pp. 241-266). (/isis/citation/CBB341491599/) unapi

Book Meng Zhang (2021)
Timber and Forestry in Qing China: Sustaining the Market. (/isis/citation/CBB535359553/) unapi

Article Xi Ma (2021)
Mineral and mineralogy in late Qing China: translations and conceptualizations, 1860s–1910s. Annals of Science: The History of Science and Technology (pp. 64-91). (/isis/citation/CBB712469540/) unapi

Book Yi Wang (2021)
Transforming Inner Mongolia : Commerce, migration, and colonization on the Qing frontier. (/isis/citation/CBB335477508/) unapi

Book Martina Siebert; Chen, Kai Jun; Dorothy Ko (2021)
Making the palace machine work : Mobilizing people, objects, and nature in the Qing Empire. (/isis/citation/CBB451786832/) unapi

Article Hailian Chen (2021)
Technology for Re-Engineering the Qing Empire: The Concept of “Arts” and the Emergence of Modern Technical Education in China, 1840-1895. Icon: Journal of the International Committee for the History of Technology (pp. 10-43). (/isis/citation/CBB909755255/) unapi

Article Fan Wang (2021)
How Late Imperial Chinese Literati Read Their Books: Inscribing, Collating, Excerpting. Book History (pp. 320-351). (/isis/citation/CBB595902354/) unapi

Article Changsu Kim (2020)
The Joseon-Qing Relations and the King's Health Problems in the Late Joseon Dynasty -Conflict surrounding ritual of greeting envoys (郊迎禮) in the early reign of King Sukjong-. Korean Journal of Medical History (pp. 999-102). (/isis/citation/CBB815015779/) unapi


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