Table of contents for Speaking of Yangzhou : a Chinese city, 1550-1850 / Antonia Finnane.


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 Tables, Maps, and Figures xiii
 Preface xv
 Part I?Foundations
1 Introduction 3
2 A Name and a Place 18
 City and Empire?24/? City and
 Prefecture?27/?
 A Central Place??34
 Part II?From Ming to Qing
3 City of Merchants 43
 The Lianghuai Salt Monopoly and Ming
 Yangzhou?47/?
 The West Merchants?49/? The Huizhou
 Merchants?57/?
 A Huizhou Family in Late Ming
 Yangzhou?62
4 Yangzhou's Ten Days 69
 The Manchus and the Fall of the
 Ming?70/? "Yangzhou
 shiri ji": The First Six Days?72?
 Alternative Histories 1:
 Zheng Yuanxun?78/? Alternative Histories
 2: Zong
 Hao?84/? "Yangzhou shiri ji": The Last
 Four Days?88
5 The Loyalist City 90
 Reconstruction and Rehabilitation?96/?
 Rewriting
 Yangzhou?101/? Transitions?110
 Part III?City and Hinterland
6 Managing the Salt 117
 Monarchs and Merchants?118/? Monopoly
 Merchants
 and Their Money?121/? Merchants and
 Salters?127/?
 Salt Officials?131/? Smugglers?135/?
 City, Salt,
 Infrastructure?139
7 Controlling the Waters 148
 The Hydraulic Infrastructure?152/?
 Governing the
 Waters?155/? The Salt Administration and
 Hydraulic
 Management?164/? City and Hinterland?169
8 Shaping the City 172
 Spatial Differentiation in the New
 City?176/? Yangzhou's
 Gardens and Extramural Expansion?188/?
 The Gardens
 and Urban Culture?199/? The Great Age of
 Tourism?204/?
 The City in Retreat?209
 Part IV?Hui City, Yang City
9 City of Women 213
 Women on View?215/? Consumers and
 Producers?222/?
 Yangzhou and Its "Others"?228
10 The Huizhou Ascendancy
236
 The Huizhou Colony?238/? Native-Place
 Associations 240/
 Philanthropic Activities?243/? City and
 Prefecture?250/?
 The Blurring of Social
 Boundaries??253/?Who Was Not at the
 Ma Brothers' Party??256/? Redefining
 Salt Merchants?261
11 Native Place in an Immigrant City
265
 Merchants and Scholars?267/? The
 Literary Inquisition?270/? Genealogies
 of Scholarship?274/? The Social Origins
 of the
 Yangzhou School?276/? Native Place on
 the Agenda?283/?
 Home and the World?292?
 Postscript
12 Something Like a Dream
297
 Salt, Waterways, and Regional
 Decline?300/?The
 Ruined City?308/?The View from
 Shanghai?312
 Appendixes
A Market Towns in Jiangbei, ca. 1733 319
B The Lianghuai Salt Administration, ca.
 1768 321
C Natural Disasters in Gaoyou Department,
 1645-85 324
D Selected Items of Water Control
 Expenditure by
 Lianghuai Salt Merchants 325
E Private Gardens Visited by the Qianlong
 Emperor 327
F Individualist Artists Associated with
 Yangzhou in
 the Eighteenth Century 328
G Scholars Associated with the "Yangzhou
 School"
 to 1850 329
 Reference Matter
 Notes 331
 Works Cited 391
 Character List 429
 Index 443




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Yangzhou Shi (China) History