- Title Pages
- Notes to Readers
1Ethnicity in the Qing Eight Banners
3“A Fierce and Brutal People”: On Islam and Muslims in Qing Law
4The Qing and Islam on the Western Frontier
5The Cant of Conquest: Tusi Offices and China’s Political Incorporation of the Southwest Frontier
6The Yao Wars in the Mid-Ming and their Impact on Yao Ethnicity
7Ethnicity and the Miao Frontier in the Eighteenth Century
8Ethnicity, Conflict, and the State in the Early to Mid-Qing: The Hainan Highlands, 1644–1800
9Ethnic Labels in a Mountainous Region: The Case of She “Bandits”
10Lineage, Market, Pirate, and Dan: Ethnicity in the Pearl River Delta of South China
- Glossary of Characters
- Studies on China
- Empire at the Margins
- University of California Press
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