Johan elverskog our great qing the mongols buddhism and the state in late imperial chinahonolulu university of hawaii press 2006 xvi 242 pp hardcover 2300 isbn 978 0 8248 3330 5. Our great qing the mongols buddhism and the state in late imperial china johan elverskog on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers in a sweeping overview of four centuries of mongolian history that draws on previously untapped sources. By stressing instead the fluidity of identity and buddhist practice as processes continually developing in relation to state formations this work explores how qing policies were understood by mongols and how they came to see themselves as qing subjects in his investigation of mongol society on the eve of the manchu conquest elverskog reveals . Our great qing the mongols buddhism and the state in late imperial china by johan elverskog 2006 01 01 our great qing the mongols buddhism and the state in late imperial china by johan elverskog 2006 01 01 are becoming more and more widespread as the most viable form of literary media today it is becoming obvious that. Although it is generally believed that the manchus controlled the mongols through their patronage of tibetan buddhism scant attention has been paid to the mongol view of the qing imperial project in contrast to other accounts of manchu rule our great qing focuses not only on what images the
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