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Chinese Studies in History
Editor: Q. Edward Wang, Rowan University (wangq@rowan.edu)
Editor Emerita: Li Yu-ning, St. John's University

Chinese Studies in History makes noteworthy works and important trends of historical study in the Chinese-speaking world available to English-language readers. Thematic issues present original papers or articles from academic journals and anthologies that have been selected for translation because of their excellence, interest, and contribution to scholarship on the topic. Topical coverage ranges over all periods and subfields of Chinese and East Asian history as well as more general theoretical and historiographical questions of interest to historians of many specialties. Each issue includes a substantive introduction by the editor or specialist guest editor.

The complete digital archives of Chinese Studies in History beginning with Volume 1 (1967) are available free of charge to current institutional subscribers for the life of the paid subscription.

Volumes 1-34 (1967-2000) are also included in the Asian Studies digital archive collection available for one-time purchase to non-subscribers.

"Critically important ... for any research library with an interest in Chinese affairs." -Magazines for Libraries
 
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Editorial Board
Prasenjit Duara, National University of Singapore; Nicola Di Cosmo, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton; Mark Elliott, Harvard University; Benjamin Elman, Princeton University; Ko-wu (Max) Huang, Institute of Modern History, Academia Sinica; Peng Jiang, World History Institute, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences; Wei-ying Ku, National Taiwan University; Zhitian Luo, Peking University; Michael Nylan, University of California, Berkeley; Dominic Sachsenmaier, Jacobs University; Fan-sen Wang, Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica; Wen-hsin Yeh, University of California, Berkeley; Li Yu-ning, St. John's University; Peter Zarrow, University of Connecticut


Table of Contents
Summer 2014
Vol. 47 No. 04

Health and Medicine in Chinese History
Editors' Introduction
Q. EDWARD WANG AND YU XINZHONG 3
“Scattered Health” in Chinese Cities of the Middle Imperial Period
YU GENGZHE 7
From Avoiding Disease to Preventing Disease
The Evolving Concept of Disease Response in the Late Qing Dynasty
YU XINZHONG 38
The Commercial Construction of “Health”
A Study of Late Qing Newspaper Advertisements
ZHANG ZHONGMIN 61
The Modernization of Japanese and Chinese Medicine (1914 1931)
HU CHENG 78
Author Index to Chinese Studies in History, Vol. 47
(Fall 2013 Summer 2014)
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