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Law texts in chinese: A chronological bibliography 1847-1911

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This appendix section of this book International Law as World Order in Late Imperial China: Translation, Reception and Discourse, 1847-1911 contains a list of titles, which is a chronological bibliography of texts on international law in Chinese from the first translation of such a text in 1847 to the end of the imperial era in 1911-12. The texts are translated from foreign languages into Chinese during this period. Translated texts refer to works consisting of translated and edited material from non-Chinese sources, most often lecture notes gathered by Chinese students in Japanese universities. There are also texts included in the list where the role of the person involved in the publication may be unclear, and the process may also be uncertain by which a text is created, either as a translation, as a text edited from various sources, or as a text entirely written anew by a Chinese author.

Keywords: international law texts; late imperial China

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