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This Bibliography of Song History Studies is a sequel to those published in JSYS 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36 and 37. Compiled by Anazawa Shoko 穴澤彰子, it includes books and articles published in Japan in 2007. It also includes a state-of-the-field essay by Professor Kubota Kazuo 久保田和男 on research in Song urban history published in Japan since the 1980s. The research for this bibliography was supported by grants from the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science awarded to Professor Hirata Shigeki.

As a starting point, a useful bibliographical reference for Song urban history is a database created by Osaka City University's Urban Historical Research Center: A Bibliography of Chinese Urban History 中国都城史文献目録. 2 As indicated by the term 都城 (capital cities) in the title, this database focuses primarily on studies of capital cities. In this essay, however, after first summarizing the studies of capital cities, I will also give an overview of studies of [End Page 203] regional cities at the prefectural (州), district (県), and garrison (鎮) levels.

In Japan, the idea of a Tang-Song transition characterized by social development through the expansion of freedom and the relaxing of government regulations had a powerful impact on the study of Chinese urban history. The organized landscape and strict fang 坊 system of the Tang capital city was considered a sharp contrast to the image of Song cities as urban centers in a free market economy.

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This Bibliography of Song History Studies is a sequel to those published in JSYS 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36 and 37. Compiled by Anazawa Shoko 穴澤彰子, it includes books and articles published in Japan in 2007. It also includes a state-of-the-field essay by Professor Kubota Kazuo 久保田和男 on research in Song urban history published in Japan since the 1980s. The research for this bibliography was supported by grants from the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science awarded to Professor Hirata Shigeki.

As a starting point, a useful bibliographical reference for Song urban history is a database created by Osaka City University's Urban Historical Research Center: A Bibliography of Chinese Urban History 中国都城史文献目録. 2 As indicated by the term 都城 (capital cities) in the title, this database focuses primarily on studies of capital cities. In this essay, however, after first summarizing the studies of capital cities, I will also give an overview of studies of [End Page 203] regional cities at the prefectural (州), district (県), and garrison (鎮) levels.

In Japan, the idea of a Tang-Song transition characterized by social development through the expansion of freedom and the relaxing of government regulations had a powerful impact on the study of Chinese urban history. The organized landscape and strict fang 坊 system of the Tang capital city was considered a sharp contrast to the image of Song cities as urban centers in a free market economy.

This Bibliography of Song History Studies is a sequel to those published in JSYS 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36 and 37. Compiled by Anazawa Shoko 穴澤彰子, it includes books and articles published in Japan in 2007. It also includes a state-of-the-field essay by Professor Kubota Kazuo 久保田和男 on research in Song urban history published in Japan since the 1980s. The research for this bibliography was supported by grants from the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science awarded to Professor Hirata Shigeki.

As a starting point, a useful bibliographical reference for Song urban history is a database created by Osaka City University's Urban Historical Research Center: A Bibliography of Chinese Urban History 中国都城史文献目録. 2 As indicated by the term 都城 (capital cities) in the title, this database focuses primarily on studies of capital cities. In this essay, however, after first summarizing the studies of capital cities, I will also give an overview of studies of [End Page 203] regional cities at the prefectural (州), district (県), and garrison (鎮) levels.

In Japan, the idea of a Tang-Song transition characterized by social development through the expansion of freedom and the relaxing of government regulations had a powerful impact on the study of Chinese urban history. The organized landscape and strict fang 坊 system of the Tang capital city was considered a sharp contrast to the image of Song cities as urban centers in a free market economy.

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