David M. Robinson

David M. Robinson is Robert H.N. Ho Professor in Asian Studies and History at Colgate University.

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TitleAuthorFormatPublication DatePriceSelect Item
Cover: Martial Spectacles of the Ming CourtMartial Spectacles of the Ming CourtRobinson, David M.HARDCOVER11/11/2013$52.95
Cover: Empire’s Twilight: Northeast Asia under the MongolsEmpire’s Twilight: Northeast Asia under the MongolsRobinson, David M.HARDCOVER12/31/2009$49.50
Cover: Culture, Courtiers, and Competition: The Ming Court (1368–1644)Culture, Courtiers, and Competition: The Ming Court (1368–1644)Robinson, David M.HARDCOVER09/01/2008$49.50
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