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Courtesans and soldier's wives: an analysis of three cases in the Qingming ji 清明集

Suzanne Burdorf (UGent)
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In this article the author discusses three lawsuits in the Ming gong shu pan qingming ji 名公書判清明集 (“Collection of Enlightened Judgements”) which concern the punishment of women, either by registration as a government-courtesan or by being forced to become a soldier’s wife.
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law, Song dynasty, women, army, prostitution, China

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MLA
Burdorf, Suzanne. “Courtesans and Soldier’s Wives: An Analysis of Three Cases in the Qingming Ji 清明集.” SHILIN : LEIDEN UNIVERSITY JOURNAL OF YOUNG SINOLOGY, vol. 5, no. 2, Stichting Shilin, 2014, pp. 19–27.
APA
Burdorf, S. (2014). Courtesans and soldier’s wives: an analysis of three cases in the Qingming ji 清明集. SHILIN : LEIDEN UNIVERSITY JOURNAL OF YOUNG SINOLOGY, 5(2), 19–27.
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Burdorf, Suzanne. 2014. “Courtesans and Soldier’s Wives: An Analysis of Three Cases in the Qingming Ji 清明集.” SHILIN : LEIDEN UNIVERSITY JOURNAL OF YOUNG SINOLOGY 5 (2): 19–27.
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Burdorf, Suzanne. 2014. “Courtesans and Soldier’s Wives: An Analysis of Three Cases in the Qingming Ji 清明集.” SHILIN : LEIDEN UNIVERSITY JOURNAL OF YOUNG SINOLOGY 5 (2): 19–27.
Vancouver
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Burdorf S. Courtesans and soldier’s wives: an analysis of three cases in the Qingming ji 清明集. SHILIN : LEIDEN UNIVERSITY JOURNAL OF YOUNG SINOLOGY. 2014;5(2):19–27.
IEEE
[1]
S. Burdorf, “Courtesans and soldier’s wives: an analysis of three cases in the Qingming ji 清明集,” SHILIN : LEIDEN UNIVERSITY JOURNAL OF YOUNG SINOLOGY, vol. 5, no. 2, pp. 19–27, 2014.
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  author       = {Burdorf, Suzanne},
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  journal      = {SHILIN : LEIDEN UNIVERSITY JOURNAL OF YOUNG SINOLOGY},
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  language     = {eng},
  number       = {2},
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  title        = {Courtesans and soldier's wives: an analysis of three cases in the Qingming ji 清明集},
  volume       = {5},
  year         = {2014},
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