Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient

Vol. 54, No. 5, 2011

Published by: Brill

Table of Contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. Contractual Partnerships in the Geniza and the Relationship between Islamic Law and Practice (pp. 646-676)
    Phillip I. Ackerman-lieberman
  3. Instructive Memory: An Analysis of Auto/Biographical Writing in Early Mughal India (pp. 677-700)
    Taymiya R. Zaman
  4. Cotton Textile Manufacture and Marketing in Late Imperial China and the 'Great Divergence' (pp. 701-738)
    Harriet T. Zurndorfer
  5. Review Articles

    • The Song Transformation: Song China (960-1279) (pp. 773-780)
      The Age of Confucian Rule: The Song Transformation of China by Dieter Kuhn; The Sung Dynasty and Its Precursors, 907-1279. The Cambridge History of China. Volume 5. Part I by Paul Jakov Smith
      Review by: Richard Von Glahn
    • British Travel Writing From China in the Nineteenth Century (pp. 781-789)
      British Travel Writing From China, 1798-1901. 5 vols. Volume 1: Early Encounters, 1798-1824; Volume 2: Mid-Century Exploration, 1841-1863; Volume 3: Expanding Frontiers, 1866-1877; Volume 4: New Perspectives, 1882-1889; Volume 5: Century's End, 1892-1901 by Elizabeth H. Chang
      Review by: Robert Bickers
  6. Book Reviews

  7. Back Matter