National Polity and Local Power

Due in no small part to the proximity of their much larger neighbour, Korean scholars have been among the most perceptive observers of China. This book brought into English for the first time important essays by Min Tu-ki, who was the senior China historian at Seoul National University and whose intellectual disciples continue to shape the study of China there. The essays, originally written between and, were selected to highlight the range and interpretive approaches of Professor Min. They cover topics as diverse as Brook’s role in this volume was to assist his academic advisor at Harvard, Philip Kuhn, in editing the essays and preparing the book for publication. The book’s role in turn was to inspire a career-long interest in the work of his Korean counterparts.

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