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Title Literary information in China a history edited by Jack W. Chen, Anatoly Detwyler, Xiao Liu, Christopher M.B. Nugent, and Bruce Rusk
Published New York Columbia University Press [2021]

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Description 1 online resource (xxxii, 638 pages) illustrations
Contents Intro -- Table of Contents -- A Note to Readers -- Chronology -- Foreword by Ann M. Blair -- Introduction by Jack W. Chen, Anatoly Detwyler, Xiao Liu, Christopher M. B. Nugent, and Bruce Rusk -- Part I: Information Management at the Level of the Word -- Section A: Graphs, edited by Christopher M. B. Nugent -- 1. Graphs, by Zev Handel -- 2. Script Reform and Alphabetization, by Yurou Zhong -- 3. Indexing Systems, by Uluğ Kuzuoğlu -- 4. Character Input, by Thomas S. Mullaney -- Section B: Lexicons, edited by Bruce Rusk -- 5. Early Lexicons, by Zev Handel
6. Rime Tables, by David Prager Branner -- 7. Later Imperial Lexicons, by Nathan Vedal -- 8. Early Twentieth-Century Dictionaries, by Yue Meng and Xi Chen -- 9. Post-1949 Dictionaries, by Jennifer Altehenger -- 10. App-Based and Online Dictionaries, by Michael Love -- Section C: Text and Textual Divisions, edited by Jack W. Chen -- 11. Sentences, Paragraphs, and Sections, by Dirk Meyer and Lisa Indraccolo -- 12. Lines, Couplets, and Stanzas, by Jack W. Chen -- 13. Premodern Punctuation and Layout, by Imre Galambos -- 14. Modern Punctuation and Layout, by John Christopher Hamm
Section D: Commentaries, edited by Bruce Rusk -- 15. Early to Middle Period Classical Commentaries, by Michael Nylan and Bruce Rusk -- 16. Poetry Commentaries, by Michael A. Fuller -- 17. Fiction Commentaries, by Martin W. Huang -- 18. Drama Commentaries, by Yuming He -- 19. Reader's Guides, by Maria Franca Sibau -- Part II: Information Management at the Level of the Document -- Section A: Anthologies, edited by Jack W. Chen -- 20. Early Anthologies, by Michael Hunter -- 21. Medieval Literary Anthologies, by Xiaofei Tian -- 22. Later Imperial Poetry Anthologies, by Gregory Patterson
23. Later Imperial Prose Anthologies, by Timothy Clifford -- 24. Religious Literary Anthologies, by Natasha Heller -- 25. Premodern Fiction and Fiction Collections, by Ling Hon Lam -- 26. Premodern Drama Anthologies, by Ariel Fox -- 27. Modern Literary Anthologies, by Charles A. Laughlin -- 28. Modern Drama Scripts Anthologies, by Tarryn Li-Min Chun -- 29. Textbook Anthologies, by Michael Gibbs Hill -- Section B: Encyclopedias, edited by Christopher M. B. Nugent -- 30. Medieval Encyclopedias, by Christopher M. B. Nugent -- 31. Middle Period Imperial Encyclopedias, by Sarah M. Allen
32. Later Imperial Vernacular Encyclopedias, by Cynthia Brokaw -- 33. Qing Dynasty Imperial Encyclopedias, by Stefano Gandolfo -- 34. Twentieth-Century Vernacular Encyclopedias, by Joan Judge -- 35. Online Encyclopedias and Wikis, by Shaohua Guo -- Section C: Histories, edited by Anatoly Detwyler -- 36. Early Histories, by Griet Vankeerberghen -- 37. Early Medieval Histories, by Zeb Raft -- 38. Dynastic Histories from Tang to Song, by Anna M. Shields -- 39. Late Imperial Histories, by Devin Fitzgerald -- 40. Literary Histories, by Theodore D. Huters
Summary "An expansive yet concise literary history that traces the organization of literary information in China at the levels of the word, the document, and the collection, introducing readers to how these organizing forms operate across time. The volume will provide critical introductions to cultural forms and technologies of information management, such as graphemes and sentences, lexicons and encyclopedias, anthologies and newspapers, and libraries and databases. The individual contributions will offer up-to-date introductions for scholars and students (both undergraduate and graduate) seeking to understand how Chinese graphs or characters are encoded at a linguistic level and through digital technology; how anthologies were organized and what writings were included; how newspapers and journals distributed literary writings in time and space; how libraries, archives, and museums developed from imperial repositories to public, academic, and state-run institutions; and how bibliographic writings provided the foundations for digital thematic research collections"-- Provided by publisher
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (JSTOR, viewed on May 27, 2021)
Subject Information resources -- China -- History
Information organization -- China -- History
Chinese literature -- History and criticism
HISTORY -- Asia -- China.
Chinese literature
Information organization
Information resources
China
Genre/Form Electronic books
Criticism, interpretation, etc.
History
Form Electronic book
Author Chen, Jack Wei, editor.
Detwyler, Anatoly, editor.
Liu, Xiao, (Professor of East Asian studies), editor.
Nugent, Christopher M. B., 1969- editor.
Rusk, Bruce, 1972- editor.
LC no. 2020035178
ISBN 9780231551373
0231551371