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  • ISBN 0674010981
  • ISBN13 978-0674010987
  • Language English
  • Author Judith Zeitlin,Lydia H. Liu
  • Publisher Harvard University Asia Center (May 30, 2003)
  • Pages 672
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Speaking about Chinese writing entails thinking about how writing speaks through various media. In the guises of the written character and its imprints, traces, or ruins, writing is more than textuality. The goal of this volume is to consider the relationship of writing to materiality in China's literary history and to ponder the physical aspects of the production and circulation of writing. To speak of the thing-ness of writing is to understand it as a thing in constant motion, transported from one place or time to another, one genre or medium to another, one person or public to another.

Thinking about writing as the material product of a culture shifts the emphasis from the author as the creator and ultimate arbiter of a text's meaning to the editors, publishers, collectors, and readers through whose hands a text is reshaped, disseminated, and given new meanings. By yoking writing and materiality, the contributors to this volume aim to bypass the tendency to oppose form and content, words and things, documents and artifacts, to rethink key issues in the interpretation of Chinese literary and visual culture.


Harvard-Yenching Institute Monograph Series, no. 58. Cambridge, Mass. Harvard University Asia Center for Harvard-Yenching Institute, 2003. Volume 64 Issue 1 - Katherine Carlitz

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Harvard-Yenching Institute Monograph Series 58. Writing and Materiality in China. The goal of this volume is to consider the relationship of writing to materiality in China’s literary history and to ponder the physical aspects of the production and circulation of writing

Harvard-Yenching Institute Monograph Series 58. Essays in Honor of Patrick Hanan. Lydia H. Liu. With Ellen Widmer. The goal of this volume is to consider the relationship of writing to materiality in China’s literary history and to ponder the physical aspects of the production and circulation of writing. To speak of the thing-ness of writing is to understand it as a thing in constant motion, transported from one place or time to another, one genre or medium to another, one person or public to another.

HARVARD-YENCHING INSTITUTE MONOGRAPH SERIES (for a list of in-print titles, please visit the Harvard . J. T. Zeitlin and L. H. Liu, ed. Writing and Materiality in China: Essays in Honor of Patrick Hanan (2003)

1. Albert Herrmann, Historical and Commercial Atlas of China (1935). 2. Gustav Ecke, The Twin Pagodas of Zayton: a study of later Buddhist sculpture in China (1935). 3. Walter Eugene Clark, Two Lamaistic Pantheons (vol. 1), (1937). Writing and Materiality in China: Essays in Honor of Patrick Hanan (2003). 59. W. Shang, Rulin waishi and Cultural Transformation in Late Imperial China (2003). 60. G. Sanders, Words Well Put: Visions of Poetic Competence in the Chinese Tradition (2006).

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book by Ellen He Widmer. Speaking about Chinese writing entails thinking about how writing speaks through various media. In the guises of the written character and its imprints, traces, or ruins, writing is more than textuality. The goal of this volume is to consider the relationship of writing to materiality in China's literary history and to ponder the physical aspects of the production and circulation of writing. Publisher:Harvard University, Asia Center.

Patrick Hanan, Judith T. Zeitlin, Lydia He Liu, Ellen Widmer. Date Harvard-Yenching Institute monograph series. Published by Harvard University Asia Center for Harvard-Yenching Institute, distributed by Harvard University Press. Harvard-Yenching Institute monograph series. This item appears on. List: HI31C: Merchants, missionaries and opium war (previously known as 'China Encounters the Wider World (1550-1800)'.

Essays in Honor of Patrick Hanan (Harvard-Yenching Institute Monograph Series). by Judith Zeitlin, Lydia H. Published May 30, 2003 by Harvard University Asia Center.

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