Numéro spécial de la revue Twentieth-Century China (vol. 47, n°1, janv. 2022), co-édité par Xavier Paulès et David Serfass, intitulé “State Building through Political Disunity in Republican China”
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Table of Contents
Editorial by MARGHERITA ZANASI
Special Issue: State Building through Political Disunity in Republican China
Xavier Paulès and David Serfass, Guest Editors
Introduction. Questioning the Teleology of the Central State in Republican China
Xavier Paulès and David Serfass
The Rise of Municipal Government in Early Twentieth-Century China: Local History, International Influence, and National Integration
War, Disunity, and State Building in China, 1912–1949
Emily M. Hill
Migration and State Making: A Beiyang Settlement Scheme along the Amur in 1921
Warlords at Work: Four Crucial Realms and Four Dynamics of State Building in Republican China, 1916–1937
A Critical Dimension of State Building: Taxation in Nationalist China, 1928–1949
Health and State Making: The Expansion of State Health Services during the War of Resistance against Japan (1937–1945)
Nicole Elizabeth Barnes
Collaboration and State Making in China: Defining the Occupation State, 1937–1945
Subject to the State: Language and Data in Twentieth-Century China
Rebecca E. Karl
Book Reviews (online at muse.jhu.edu/journal/390)
Jeremy Brown, June Fourth: The Tiananmen Protests and Beijing Massacre of 1989, reviewed by Brian DeMare.
John A. Crespi, Manhua Modernity: Chinese Culture and the Pictorial Turn, reviewed by Li Guo.
Peter E. Hamilton, Made in Hong Kong: Transpacific Networks and a New History of Globalization, reviewed by Kent Wan.
Jie Li, Utopian Ruins: A Memorial Museum of the Mao Era, reviewed by Di Luo.
Xiaoyuan Liu, To the End of the Revolution: The Chinese Communist Party and Tibet, 1949–1959, reviewed by C. Patterson Giersch.
Yvon Wang, Reinventing Licentiousness: Pornography and Modern China, reviewed by Leon Antonio Rocha.
Peter Zarrow, Abolishing Boundaries: Global Utopias in the Formation of Modern Chinese Political Thought, 1880–1940, reviewed by Matthew Galway.
(source : Project Muse)
David Serfass est Maître de conférences en histoire de la Chine et de l’Asie orientale, à l’Inalco, et membre du comité de rédaction de la revue Etudes chinoises.
Xavier Paulès est Maître de conférences à l’EHESS, et membre du CECMC.