- Title Pages
- Chronology of Chinese History
OneMarriages of the Ruling Elite in the Spring and Autumn Period
TwoImperial Marriage in the Native Chinese and Non-Han State, Han to Ming
ThreeShifts in Marriage Finance from the Sixth to the Thirteenth Century
FourThe Marriage of Sung Imperial Clanswomen
FiveCh'ing Imperial Marriage and Problems of Rulership
SixGrooming a Daughter for Marriage: Brides and Wives in the Mid-Ch'ing Period
SevenWives, Concubines, and Maids: Servitude and Kinship in the Hong Kong Region, 1900–1940
EightProstitution and the Market in Women in Early Twentieth-Century Shanghai
NineMarriage and Mobility under Rural Collectivism
TenWomen, Property, and Law in the People's Republic of China
- Afterword: Marriage and Gender Inequality
- Marriage and Inequality in Chinese Society
- University of California Press
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