Tuesday, April 11, 2006

Chinese Historical Review, Spring 2006 Issue

The Spring volume of the Chinese Historical Review offers two articles on Taiwan I'd love to read. It's actually published out of my alma mater, IUP...


April 11, 2006

The Chinese Historical Review, Volume 13, Number 1 (Spring 2006)

From: Pan@Oswego.edu

Special Issue on Changing Perspectives on China's Pursuit of
Modernity in the Twentieth Century

*Introduction to Special Issue / Shiwei Chen


* China's Unbalanced Sex Ratios: Politics and Policy Response / Yanzhong Huang and Dali L. Yang
* An Institutional Approach to Women's Political Participation in China / Fubing Su
* The Ignored Efforts: Building a Foundation for Taiwan's Industrial Development, 1945-1952 / Linsun Cheng
* The Historical Narrative and Taiwan Identity: The State Sponsored Historical Enterprise in Taiwan in the 1950s and 1960s / J. Megan Greene
* Colonialism, Nationalism, and Difference: Reassessing the Role of Hong
Kong in Modern Chinese History / John M. Carroll
* The China International Famine Relief Commission and the Rural Cooperative Movement in China, 1923-1934 / Yixin Chen
* Rethinking May Fourth: The Vernacular Literary Movement in Wartime Chongqing / Kan Liang
* Chinese Intellectuals and Chinese Perceptions of the United States during the George H. W. Bush Administration, 1989-1992: A Case Study of CAAS Scholars / Niu Dayong

Book Reviews
* Yao Ping. Tangdai funu de shenghuo licheng (Lives of Tang Women) / By Cong Zhang
* Henrietta Harrison. The Man Awakened from Dreams: One Man’s Life in a North China Village, 1857-1942 / By Guoqiang Zheng
*Ann Heylen. Chronique Du Tourmet-Ortos: Looking Through The Lens of Joseph Van Oost, Missionary in Inner Mongolia (1915-1921) / By Tsing Yuan
* Michael Marme'. Suzhou, Where the Goods of All the Provinces Converge / By Kristin Stapleton
* Wang Xuedian. 20 shiji Zhongguo shixue pinglun (Essays on 20th century Chinese historiography) / By Q. Edward Wang

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