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Venerating the Martyrs of the 1402 Usurpation: History and Memory in the Mid and Late Ming Dynasty

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Affiliations: 1: I am grateful to the Center for Chinese Studies in Taipei and the Colby College Social Science Division for grants to support this research project. I have also benefited from comments on this essay by my colleagues in the Colby History department, Christiane Guillois, Kim Besio, Ankeney Weitz, Sarah Schneewind, Katie Ryor, Katherine Carlitz, Wing-kai To, Romeyn Taylor, Hsu Pi-ching, Chu Ping-tzu, Peter Bol, and the anonymous reviewer for T'oung Pao


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