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The USF Ricci Institute works with partners in China, the United States, and Europe with the goal of producing catalogs, finding aids, translations, reproductions, and other reference works in support of study in the field of Chinese-Western cross-cultural history and the social history of Christianity in China. Click on the LEARN MORE icon to see additional details about a publication in the Ricci Library online catalog.
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准格爾旗扎薩克衙門檔案基督宗教史料 (Historical Sources related to Christianity in the Zunggar Banner Jasagh Yamen Archives)
中國地方志基督教史料輯要 (Local Historical Sources on Christianity in China)
Handbook of Christianity in China: Volume II
口述史研究方法 (Oral History Research Methodology)
The Reference Guide to Missionary Societies in China from the 16th to the 20th Century
By R. G. Tiedemann, USF Ricci Institute
A reference guide containing nearly 500 entries, with material on the multiple dimensions of the missionary presence in China prior to 1950 ranging from anthropology, to education, medicine, science, society, politics, and religion.
Publisher: M.E. Sharpe, 2009. 338 p.; ISBN: 978-0-7656-1808-5
Major funding provided by the Henry Luce Foundation and Dr. Paul Torrens. Research, publication, and editorial support provided by the USF Ricci Institute. [Return to TOP of page]
歐洲所藏雍正乾隆朝天主教文獻匯編 (Ouzhou suocang Yongzheng Qianlong chao Tianzhujiao wenxian huibian)
女鐸, 1912-1951 (The Woman’s Messenger)
Original Publisher: 上海廣學會. Index created by 廣西師範大學出版社 (Guangxi Normal University Press)
Nü Duo (女鐸報) was the first magazine for women published by the Christian Literature Society, a Christian missionary organization in Shanghai known for its efforts to spread Western scientific and cultural knowledge in China. Contents include scientific knowledge, culture, literature, family, and religion. Nü Duo was in circulation between 1912 and 1951 with a total of 412 issues.
This DVD-ROM publication consists of page images and 14,683 entries of catalog-style descriptions which cover all items in the entire journal.
Publisher: 桂林貝貝特電子音像出版社 (Guilin BBT Audiovisual Publishing House), 2007. Two DVD disks, 49 p. booklet; ISBN: 9787900690166
Major funding was provided by the Institute's Thomas Klitgaard Endowment; research and editorial support provided by the USF Ricci Institute. [Return to TOP of page]
清中前期西洋天主教在華活動檔案史料 (Archives Concerning Western Catholic Missions from the Early to Mid Qing Dynasty in China)
Edited by 中國第一歷史檔案館 (First Historical Archives of China)
Source documents in Chinese from the First Historical Archives, especially from the Grand Secretariat, the Grand Council, the Secrete Palace memorial collection, and the Imperial Household Department, illustrating activities of the Western Catholic missions in different places in China. The contents mainly reflect the tasks and services the Western missionaries rendered in the Qing court during the Yongzheng and Qianlong reigns.
Publisher: 中華書局 (China Book Company), 2003. Four volumes; ISBN: 7-101-03958-8/K
Research, publication, and editorial support provided by The First Historical Archives of China, the USF Ricci Institute, and The Beijing Center for Chinese Studies. [Return to TOP of page]
中國教會文獻目錄 : 上海市檔案館珍藏資料 (A Catalog of Christian Documents: Sources from the Rare Book Collection of the Shanghai Municipal Archives)
Edited by 馬長林 (MA Changlin) and 吳小新 (WU Xiaoxin)
The contents of this volume total 3,785 entries describing rare documents held by the Shanghai Municipal Archives, cataloged and compiled according to international bibliographic standards, and including detailed annotation and critical apparatus for Chinese and Western sources listed by title, author, publishing organization, publication date, and other information. These documents encompass the era from 1836-1963, with contents that touch upon the Roman Catholic Church, the Chinese Protestant Church, the China Branch of the Seventh Day Adventists, Chinese Christian youth associations, and 32 other denominations and church-related organizations.
Publisher: 上海市檔案館 (Shanghai Municipal Archives) and the 舊金山大學利瑪竇中西文化歷史研究所 (USF Ricci Institute), 2002. 407 p.; ISBN: 7-5325-3237-2; 9787532532377
Major funding was provided by the Henry Luce Foundation. Research, publication and editorial support provided by the USF Ricci Institute in conjunction with the Shanghai Library.[Return to TOP of page]
Dicionário Português-Chinês (葡漢辭典, Portuguese-Chinese Dictionary)
Edited by John W. Witek, S.J.
Composed by the Jesuits Michele Ruggieri and Matteo Ricci, among the earliest Catholic missionaries to enter China. Collected in the late 16th century, this dictionary introduces for the very first time the romanization of the Chinese language spoken in the final years of the Ming period and constitutes a milestone in the development of Chinese studies.
Publisher: Instituto Português do Oriente, the National Library of Portugal, and the USF Ricci Institute, 2001. 535 p.; ISBN: 9-7256-5298-3
Major funding was provided by the Instituto Português do Oriente. Research, publication, and editorial support provided by the USF Ricci Institute in conjunction with the Biblioteca Nacional Portugal and Instituto Português do Oriente. [Return to TOP of page]
中國禮儀之爭: 西文文獻一百篇, 1645-1941 (100 Roman Documents Concerning the Chinese Rites Controversy, 1645-1941)
By Donald F. St. Sure, Ray Noll, and Edward Malatesta; translated by GU Weimin, SHEN Baoyi, and ZHU Jing
This Chinese-language version of the 1992 English original contains translations of 100 Vatican documents on the Chinese Rites Controversy in traditional characters. This publication is the first of its kind to make Vatican documents available to the public in China.
Publisher: 上海古籍出版社 (Shanghai Classics Publishing House), 2001. 178 p.; ISBN: 7-5325-2912-6 [Return to TOP of page]
上海圖書館西文珍本書目 (A Catalog of Rare Western Books in the Shanghai Library)
Compiled by 龔敬 (GONG Jing) and 黃培瑋 (HUANG Peiwei)
This catalog lists 1,800 titles of European books formerly held by the Zikawei Library, now at the Shanghai Library. Titles are primarily in Latin or French, all published between 1515 and 1800. Subjects include philosophy, religion, literature, art, history, geography, law, mathematics, and astronomy. Languages include (in addition to above mentioned) Greek, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, English, and German, with a few titles in Arabic, Aramaic, Breton, Coptic, Chinese, Flemish, Hebrew, Persian, and Syriac.
Publisher: 上海社會科學院出版社 (Shanghai Social Science Publishing House), 1992. 463 p.; ISBN: 7805157766
Major funding was provided by the Henry Luce Foundation and the United Board for Christian Higher Education in Asia. Research, publication, and editorial support provided by the USF Ricci Institute in conjunction with the Shanghai Library. [Return to TOP of page]
100 Roman Documents Concerning the Chinese Rites Controversy (1645-1941)
Translated by Donald F. St. Sure, S.J., Edited with introductions and summaires by Ray R. Noll.
100 documents, originally written in Latin, French and Italian languages, concerning the Chinese Rites Controversy and covering a time span of 300 years.
Publisher: Ricci Institute for Chinese-Western Cultural History, University of San Francisco Center for the Pacific Rim, 1992. 93 p.
Research, publication, and editorial support provided by the USF Ricci Institute. Partial funding was provided by the Henry Luce Foundation. [Return to TOP of page]
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