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  Volume 18, Number 3, 2011

Table of Contents


Open Door for Books

pp. 259-270

The “China Model”: Expounding on American Viewpoints

pp. 270-284

Humanism in East Asian Confucian Contexts by Chun-chieh Huang (review)

pp. 284-293

Reading Tao Yuanming: Shifting Paradigms of Historical Reception (427–1900) by Wendy Swartz, and: The Transport of Reading: Text and Understanding in the World of Tao Qian (365–427) by Robert Ashmore (review)

pp. 294-306

Responses & Replies

Letter to Editor, CRI

pp. 307-308

A Rejoinder to Cahill’s Letter

p. 309


Rise of the Red Engineers: The Cultural Revolution and the Origins of China’s New Class by Joel Andreas (review)

pp. 310-314

The Poetics of Sovereignty: On Emperor Taizong of the Tang Dynasty by Jack W. Chen (review)

pp. 314-316

Ancestral Leaves: A Family Journey through Chinese History by Joseph W. Esherick (review)

pp. 317-320

A Contest for Supremacy: China, America, and the Struggle for Mastery in Asia by Aaron L. Friedberg (review)

pp. 320-326

Sound and Sight: Poetry and Courtier Culture in the Yongming Era (483-493) by Meow Hui Goh (review)

pp. 327-332

State and Secularism: Perspectives from Asia ed. by Michael Heng Siam-Heng and Ten Chin Liew (review)

pp. 333-334

Literature, Modernity, and the Practice of Resistance: Japanese and Taiwanese Fiction, 1960–1990 by Margaret Hillenbrand (review)

pp. 334-342

Essays in Medieval Chinese Literature and Cultural History by Paul W. Kroll (review)

pp. 342-346

China’s Lost Decade: Cultural Politics and Poetics 1978–1990 by Gregory B. Lee (review)

pp. 346-349

China between Empires: The Northern and Southern Dynasties by Mark Edward Lewis (review)

pp. 350-353

East Syriac Christianity in Mongol-Yuan China by Li Tang (review)

pp. 354-358

In the Eye of the China Storm: A Life between East and West by Paul T. K. Lin with Eileen Chen Lin (review)

pp. 358-364

The Scholar’s Mind: Essays in Honor of Frederick W. Mote ed. by Perry Link (review)

pp. 364-370

Church Militant: Bishop Kung and Catholic Resistance in Communist Shanghai by Paul P. Mariani (review)

pp. 370-375

Wu Han, Historian: Son of China’s Times by Mary G. Mazur (review)

pp. 375-380

Qian Qianyi’s Reflections on Yellow Mountain: Traces of a Late-Ming Hatchet and Chisel by Stephen McDowall (review)

pp. 380-382

Ancestors, Virgins, and Friars: Christianity as a Local Religion in Late Imperial China by Eugenio Menegon (review)

pp. 382-386

Superstitious Regimes: Religion and the Politics of Chinese Modernity by Rebecca Nedostup (review)

pp. 387-389

Lives in Chinese Music ed. by Helen Rees (review)

pp. 389-392

Sovereign Power and the Law in China by Flora Sapio (review)

pp. 392-395

State and Society Responses to Social Welfare Needs in China: Serving the People ed. by Jonathan Schwartz and Shawn Shieh (review)

pp. 395-398

Mit Mut an die Front. Die militärische Beteiligung von Frauen in der kommunistischen Revolution Chinas (1925–1949) by Nicola Spakowski (review)

pp. 398-402

Foreign Firms, Investment, and Environmental Regulation in the People’s Republic of China by Phillip Stalley (review)

pp. 403-405

Property Ownership and Private Higher Education in China: On What Grounds? by Spring Su (review)

pp. 405-409

The Teahouse: Small Business, Everyday Culture, and Public Politics in Chengdu, 1900–1950 by Wang Di (review)

pp. 409-413

Accepting Authoritarianism: State-Society Relations in China’s Reform Era by Teresa Wright (review)

pp. 413-416

Trial of Modernity: Judicial Reform in Early Twentieth Century China, 1901–1937 by Xu Xiaoqun (review)

pp. 416-420

Second Enlightenment by Wang Zhihe (王治河) and Fan Meijun (樊美筠) (review)

pp. 420-427

Works Received

p. 428

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