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Social Sciences of Practice
Books
Ka-chai Tam:Justice in Print: Discovering Prefectural Judges and Their Judicial Consistency in Late-Ming Casebooks
Philip C. C. Huang and Kathryn Bernhardt, eds. Research from Archival Case Records: Law, Society, and Culture in China. WorldCat-access 805
Philip C. C. Huang and Kathryn Bernhardt, eds. The History and Theory of Legal Practice in China: Toward a Historical-Social Jurisprudence. WorldCat-access 760
Thomas C.Grey, Formalism and Pragmatism in American Law. WorldCat-access 816
Wu Chongqing, The Path to Sun Village.
Jennifer Neighbors, A Question of Intent: Homicide Law and Criminal Justice in Qing and Republican China. WorldCat-access 521
Philip C. C. Huang, Code, Custom, and Legal Practice in China: The Qing and the Republic Compared. WorldCat-access 291
Kathryn Bernhardt, Women and Property in China, 960-1949. WorldCat-access 425
Melissa Macauley, Social Power and Legal Culture: Litigation Masters. WorldCat-access 309
Bradly W. Reed, Talons and Teeth: County Clerks and Runners in the Qing Dynasty. WorldCat-acces 657
Matthew H. Sommer, Sex, Law, and Society in Late Imperial China. WorldCat-access 565
Philip C. C. Huang, Chinese Civil Justice, Past and Present. WorldCat-access 974
Philip C. C. Huang, Civil Justice in China: Representation and Practice in the Qing. WorldCat-access 332
Kathryn Bernhardt and Philip C. C. Huang, Civil Law in Qing and Republican China. WorldCat-access 316
Kathryn Bernhardt, Rents, Taxes, and Peasant Resistance: The Lower Yangzi Region. WorldCat-access, 661.
Philip C. C. Huang, The Peasant Family and Rural Development in the Yangzi Delta, 1350-1988. WorldCat-access 1324
Philip C. C. Huang, The Peasant Economy and Social Change in North China. WorldCat-access 618