The Chinese Repository
The Chinese Repository was a periodical published in Canton between May 1832 and 1851 to inform Protestant missionaries working in Asia about the history and culture of China, of current events, and documents. The world's first major journal of Sinology, it was the brainchild of Elijah Coleman Bridgman, the first American Protestant missionary appointed to China. Bridgman served as its editor until he left for Shanghai in 1847, but continued to contribute articles. James Granger Bridgman succeeded him as editor, until September 1848, when Samuel Wells Williams took charge.
Cover of first volume
|Editor||Elijah Coleman Bridgman|
S. Wells Williams
- Lazich, Michael C. (June 2006). "American Missionaries and the Opium Trade in Nineteenth-Century China". Journal of World History. 17 (2): 197–223. doi:10.1353/jwh.2006.0040. JSTOR 20079374.
- Michael Poon, "CSCA: A Note on The Chinese Repository, Twenty volumes, Canton, 1832-1851", 2008. Archived August 20, 2008, at the Wayback Machine
- Barnett, Suzanne W. (1971). "Silent Evangelism: Presbyterians and the Mission Press in China, 1807-1860". Journal of Presbyterian History. 49 (4): 287–302. JSTOR 23327276.
- Johnson, Kendall (2017). The New Middle Kingdom: China and the Early American Romance of Free Trade. Johns Hopkins University Press. ISBN 9781421422510.
- Malcolm, Elizabeth L. (1973). "The Chinese Repository and Western Literature on China 1800 to 1850". Modern Asian Studies. 7 (2): 165–178. doi:10.1017/S0026749X00004534.
- The Chinese Repository, Bibliotheca Sinica, University of Vienna. Includes listing of the volumes available online.
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