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The Mozartian historian : essays on the works of Joseph R. Levenson / edited by Maurice Meisner and Rhoads Murphey.

Publication:
Berkeley : University of California Press, c1976.
Format/Description:
Book
vii, 203 p. ; 25 cm.
Subjects:
Levenson, Joseph Richmond, 1920-1969.
China -- History -- Addresses, essays, lectures.
Contents:
Levenson as man and historian: Fairbank, J. K. J. R. L.
getting started. Keene, D. Remarks at the memorial service in Berkeley, April 13, 1969. Levenson, J. C. Remarks at the memorial service in Cambridge, April 25, 1969. Kahn, H. L. An unreconstructed review of Levenson's trilogy. Schurmann, F. Joseph Levenson on China and the world. McDonald, A., Jr. The historian's quest.
Levenson as historiographer: Van Slyke, L. P. Joseph Levenson's approach to history. Schwartz, B. I. History and culture in the thought of Joseph Levenson. Spence, J. Tensions. Wakeman, F., Jr. A note on the development of the theme of bureaucratic-monarchic tension in Joseph R. Levenson's work.
The Levenson legacy: Cahill, J. Style as idea in Ming-Ch'ing painting. Croizier, R. C. China's worlds: cosmopolitanism, nationalism, and the "problem of Chinese identity".
The choice of Jewish identity: Levenson, R. Notes on "The choice of Jewish identity." Levenson, J. R. The choice of Je
Notes:
"The works of Joseph R. Levenson": p. 197-203.
Contributor:
Meisner, Maurice J., 1931-
Murphey, Rhoads, 1919-2012.
ISBN:
0520028260
OCLC:
2298771
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