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by Glen Dudbridge

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Author: Glen Dudbridge
ISBN: 0199513724
ISBN13: 978-0199513727
Language: English
Publisher: Clarendon Press (March 1996)
Pages: 32
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China's vernacular cultures. an inaugural lecture delivered before the University of Oxford on 1 June 1995. Published 1996 by Clarendon, Oxford University Press in Oxford, Oxford, New York.

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Glen Dudbridge FBA (1938 – 5 February 2017) was a British Sinologist, specialising in the literature and religious culture of China, ranging between the eighth and seventeenth centuries A.

Glen Dudbridge FBA (1938 – 5 February 2017) was a British Sinologist, specialising in the literature and religious culture of China, ranging between the eighth and seventeenth centuries AD, with particular attention to narrative traditions and to vernacular culture.

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31 G. Dudbridge, China’s Vernacular Cultures: an Inaugural Lecture Delivered before the University of Oxford . Dudbridge, China’s Vernacular Cultures: an Inaugural Lecture Delivered before the University of Oxford on 1 June 1995 (Oxford, 1996). Reprinted in Dudbridge, Books, Tales and Vernacular Culture, pp. 217–37. GLEN DUDBRIDGE 15 appearance hid a genial and friendly personality. 32 The Festschrift published on the occasion of Dudbridge’s retirement from the Chair at Oxford contained contributions by Alan Barr, Li-ling Hsiao, Chloë Starr, Alison Hardie, Rana Mitter, Carolyn Ford, Mark Strange and Daria Berg: D. Berg (e., Reading China: Fiction, History and the Dynamics of Discourse, Essays in Honour of Professor Glen Dudbridge (Leiden, 2007).

Inaugural Lecture, University of Cape Town). Historical and social dimensions of the St. Kitts-Nevis vernacular. Paper presented to the Society for Caribbean Linguistics, Suriname. Cape Town: Oxford University Press. Cooper, V. O. (1983).

Professor Dudbridge tells us that as an object of study China is both complex and organic. From a `top-down' perspective, the twentieth century has bonded the people together by establishing a common speech used throughout the Chinese world. Yet, as Professor Dudbridge points out, a `bottom up' view betrays a rich distribution of regional languages with a marked North/South division. Genetically the Chinese are two distinct populations, northern and southern, but that division differs from the linguistic one and appears to be more ancient. Professor Dudbridge concludes that such empirical criteria have descriptive value and that more are needed in order to build up a rounded and nuanced picture of Chinese society and history.
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