John Dardess--Center for East Asian Studies Interview: Me and Ming China
Dardess, John W.
University of Kansas, Center for East Asian Studies
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In this video, Professor Emeritus John Dardess relates how he came to focus on the study of Ming China, describes the strategies and resources employed in his research and outlines the primary themes of his work.
Greene, M. (Interviewer). (2011, December 19). Me and Ming China: An Interview with John Dardess. (Dardess, J., Interviewee). [Video file]. Retrieved from https://mediahub.ku.edu/media/Me+and+Ming+China/0_pdm6mpfk.
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