Bibliographic update January 2017: All

Journal of Modern Chinese History

Figures and historical events in the late Qing, by MA Zhongwen, Beijing, Beijing Normal University Press, 2015, 365 pp., ISBN 978-7-303-18047-9
vol. 10 (2): 278-279
“Great encounters” and “evenly matched competition”: a study of the trade and cultural exchanges between China and the West during the Ming and Qing dynasties, by SHEN Dingping, Beijing, Commercial Press, 2015, 721 pp., ISBN 978-7-100-11324-3
vol. 10 (2): 269-269
A history of elections in modern Hunan, 1908–1948, by YE Lijun and LIU Dengke, Changsha, Hunan People’s Publishing House, 2015, 414 pp., ISBN 978-7-5438-9980-3
vol. 10 (2): 270-271
Chiang Kai-shek’s everyday life, edited by LUO Min, Beijing, Social Sciences Academic Press, 2015, 316 pp., ISBN 9787509746592
vol. 10 (2): 280-281
Modern history viewed from a local perspective: thoughts and life of the gentry and commoners in prefectures and counties, edited by LUO Zhitian, XU Xiuli and LI Deying, Beijing, Social Sciences Academic Press, 2015, 465 pp., ISBN 978-7-5097-7759-6
vol. 10 (2): 272-273
Examining archives and understanding history: political affairs and family interests in the Republic of China, by ZHENG Huixin, Beijing, Zhonghua Book Company, 2014, 538 pp., ISBN 978-7-101-10429-5
vol. 10 (2): 274-274
The continuation of Confucianism and the transformation of culture: Zhang Zhidong’s literati circle in modern academic history, by LU Yin, Beijing, Peking University Press, 2015, 402 pp., ISBN 978-7-301-24150-9
vol. 10 (2): 277-277
State and cult in six hundred years of irrigation activities in an arid area of China: a case study of the Dragon King Temples in the Hexi Corridor
vol. 10 (2): 184-205
In search of frameworks for productive comparison of cities in world history
vol. 10 (2): 230-247
Understanding Chinese history in the context of world history: an interview with Luo Zhitian, June 4, 2016
vol. 10 (2): 206-229
Editorial Board
vol. 10 (2): 0-0
Understanding Chinese history in the context of world history: an interview with Luo Zhitian, June 4, 2016
vol. 10 (2): 206-229
Editorial Board
vol. 10 (2): 0-0
“Our Girls Have Grown Up in the Family”: educating German and Chinese girls in the nineteenth century
vol. 10 (1): 1-18
Christian colleges amid political changes: The University of Nanking’s reorganization and registration (1927-1928)
vol. 10 (1): 19-34
From scholar to bureaucrat: the political choice of the historical geographer Zhang Qiyun
vol. 10 (1): 35-51
The two starting points of World War II: a reexamination from a global perspective
vol. 10 (1): 52-66
Studying the Chinese Communist Party in historical context: an interview with Yang Kuisong, October 17, 2015
vol. 10 (1): 67-86
Preserving collective and individual memories: the Contemporary China Social Life Data and Research Center at Fudan University
vol. 10 (1): 87-97
Exploring a new frontier in history: Shanghai in the 1950s
vol. 10 (1): 98-99
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