3 edition of Reconfiguring Chinese nationalism found in the catalog.
Reconfiguring Chinese nationalism
Includes bibliographical references (p. -253) and index.
|LC Classifications||DS730 .L37 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 271 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||271|
|LC Control Number||2007022769|
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"Reconfiguring the Chinese Nation: How the Qing Frontier and Its Indigenes Became Chinese is the first book to comprehensively address China's transition from empire to nation-state during the late Qing and Republican eras Leibold has accomplished his purpose of demystifying the Chinese by: 8.
'Reconfiguring Chinese Nationalism provides students of modern history with a valuable comparative framework from which to examine differences in nation-state formation; it offers a place at the table for those on the periphery who have been marginalized from the 'center' of the history of nation-state formation; and finally, it prods students of twentieth-century China to rethink the role of political and intellectual elites in shaping modern : Palgrave Macmillan US.
'Reconfiguring Chinese Nationalism provides students of modern history with a valuable comparative framework from which to examine differences in nation-state formation; it offers a place at the table for those on the periphery who have been marginalized from the 'center' of the history of nation-state formation; and finally, it prods students of twentieth-century China to rethink the role of political and intellectual elites in shaping modern by: Reconfiguring Chinese Nationalism How the Qing Frontier and its Indigenes Became Chinese.
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Introduction. Introduction. James Leibold. Pages 1. Reconfiguring Chinese Nationalism: How the Qing Frontierand Its Indigenes Became Chinese. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. xi, $, All in all, the book is fluidly written and well produced, although one regrets the absence of a Chinese character glossary and of a map showing the disposition of the territories and peoples Author: Mark C.
Elliott. Reconfiguring Chinese Nationalism: How the Qing Frontier and its Indigenes Became Chinese – By James Leibold. John Herman. Virginia Commonwealth University.
Search for more papers by this author. John Herman. Virginia Commonwealth University. The University of Chicago Press. Books Division. Chicago Distribution Center. The subject of Chinese nationalism have aroused increasing academic interest, and many books and articles have been published, but Chinese anti-Western nationalism in the first years of the new.
Reconfiguring Chinese Nationalism 作者: James Leibold 出版社: Palgrave Macmillan 副标题: How the Qing Frontier and its Indigenes Became Chinese 出版年: 页数: 定价: USD 装帧: Hardcover ISBN: Reconfiguring Class, Gender, Ethnicity and Ethics in Chinese Internet Culture is a rigorous work that casts light on the promises and struggles the Internet has brought about in contemporary China.
It deftly and compellingly unveils the heterogeneous world of Chinese cyberspace, where a plethora of sociocultural images and discourses proliferate and intersect. - Jonathan Lipman, Mount Holyoke College"Reconfiguring the Chinese Nation: How the Qing Frontier and Its Indigenes Became Chinese is the first book to comprehensively address China's transition from empire to nation-state during the late Qing and Republican eras Leibold has accomplished his purpose of demystifying the Chinese nation.
Reconfiguring Chinese Nationalism: How the Qing Frontier and its Indigenes Became Chinese. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, Xiaoyuan Liu. Frontier Passages: Ethnopolitics and the Rise of Chinese Communism, Stanford: Stanford University Press, Rong Ma.
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1. Leibold, Reconfiguring Chinese Nationalism, – 2. There is a vast literature here, but some representative examples are Bovingdon, The Uyghurs; Bulag, Collaborative Nationalism; Goldstein, A History of Modern Tibet; Lin, Modern China's Ethnic Frontiers; Lin, Tibet and Nationalist China's Frontier; Lipman, Familiar Strangers; Millward, Eurasian Crossroads; Mitter, The Manchurian.
James Leibold is senior lecturer in politics and Asian studies at La Trobe University, Australia. He is the author of Reconfiguring Chinese Nationalism: How the Qing Frontier and Its Indigenes Became Chinese (), Ethnic Policy in China: Is Reform Inevitable.
(), and co-editor of Critical Han Studies: The History, Representation and Identity of China's Majority (). the different aspects of Chinese nationalism by examining bottom-up and top-down aspects and important of ethnicity in Chinese nationalism.
Historical background From mids, Chinese people suffered series of military confrontation with West and Japan. The following period of hundred years was a period of humiliation. In contrast to most of the Anglophone literature on Chinese nationalism, this article seeks to employ “Han” as a “boundary-spanner,” a category that turns our analysis of Chinese national identity formation on its head, side-stepping the “usual suspects” (intellectuals, dissidents and the state itself) and the prominent role of the.
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Pye --Openness and nationalism: outside the Chinese revolution / Wang Gungwu --From nationalism to. Three American missiles hit the Chinese embassy in Belgrade, and what Americans view as an appalling and tragic mistake, many Chinese see as a barbaric and intentional criminal act, the latest in a long series of Western aggressions against China.
In this book, Peter Hays Gries explores the roles of perception and sentiment in the growth of popular nationalism in China. Reconfiguring Chinese nationalism: How the Qing frontier and its indigenes became Chinese.
New York: Palgrave MacMillan, LUST, JOHN: The Su-pao Case: An Episode in the Early Chinese Nationalist Movement, in: Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, Vol.
XXVII, Part 2, S. The Theory of National Struggle (simplified Chinese: 民族斗争理论; traditional Chinese: 民族鬥爭理論; pinyin: Mínzú Dòuzhēng Lilùn), or Ethnic Struggle, is one of Mao Zedong's political theories on the application of Marxism in theory is also Mao Zedong's remedy to the "National Question" in Marxist a subset of the general philosophy of Mao Zedong Thought.This book is an excellent scholarly account and a very detailed history of China from the end of the First World War to its rise as a powerful country in the 21st century.
Robert Bickers, a professor at the University of Bristol, tells a complex tale of the forces of attraction, rejection and interdependence that have consistently defined China /5(11).Great book!!
Good read for those Westerners who don't know Chinese history and a great book to pop the bubble of those individuals who believe Chinese Nationalism is a construct of the Chinese Communist Party/5(3).