Nov. 17 slides - The
Qing
Dynasty
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Unformatted text preview: The
Qing
Dynasty
 •  Before
we
move
on,
what
will
be
important
to
 remember
about
the
Ming?

How
was
it
 significant
to
the
con?nuing
development
of

 Chinese
civiliza?on?

What
cultural
advances
 or
problems
might
have
con?nued
into
the
 next
imperial
period?
 Iden?fy
and
be
able
to
tell
significance
 of
the
following:
 •  Manchu
 •  Qing
dynasty
 •  Kangxi
(K’ang‐hsi)
 emperor
 •  Qianlong
(Ch’ien‐lung)
 emperor
 •  Banner
men
 •  Dream
of
the
Red
 Chamber
 •  Opium
War
 –  Treaty
of
Nanjing
(Nan‐ king)
 •  Taiping
Rebellion
 –  Hong
Xiuquan
(Hung
 Hsiu‐ch’uan)
 •  Li
Hongzhang
(Li
Hung‐ chang)
 •  Boxer
Rebellion
 •  The
fall
of
the
Qing
dynasty
is
the
end
of
the
 imperial
period
in
China.

What
might
such
a
 fundamental
change
in
government
have
 made
possible
for
the
Chinese?


 •  How
might
a
change
in
the
structure
of
 government
challenged
Chinese
people’s
 sense
of
iden?ty?
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2009 for the course TRAD 101 taught by Professor Weiner during the Fall '08 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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