Saturday, November 23 /
10:45 AM - 12:15 PM
Chair: Kerice Doten-Snitker, University of Washington, Seattle
Discussant: Mark Cohen, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
There Are 32 Kinds of People: The Early Modern State and Its Social Categorizations •
Martin Andersson, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences.
Imagined Society of Polish Nobility in the Early Modern Period vs. Hard Numbers •
Piotr Guzowski, University of Bialystok.
Constructing Political Order and Universal Empire in Early Modern China •
Macabe Keliher, Southern Methodist University.
Agents, Double Agents or Brokers? The Changing Agency of Intermediary Tribal Groups in the Ming Empire (1368-1644) •
Liping Wang, University of Hong Kong; Geng Tian, Peking University.
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