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  Volume 2, Number 2, November 2013

Table of Contents

Urban Chinese Living
Law, Politics, and Society in Republican China
Bordering China: Modernity and Sustainability

Guest Editor: Wen-hsin Yeh

Urban Chinese Living

Introduction

pp. 211-212
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Moralized Hygiene and Nationalized Body: Anti-Cigarette Campaigns in China on the Eve of the 1911 Revolution

pp. 213-243
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Treaty-Port English in Nineteenth-Century Shanghai: Speakers, Voices, and Images

pp. 244-271
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Representing and Coping with Early Twentieth-Century Chongqing: “Guide Songs” as Maps, Memory Cells, and Means of Creating Cultural Imagery

pp. 272-302
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Law, Politics, and Society in Republican China

Introduction

pp. 303-306
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Voter Education: Provincial Autonomy and the Transformation of Chinese Election Law, 1920–1923

pp. 307-334
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Redefining the Moral and Legal Roles of the State in Everyday Life: The New Life Movement in China in the Mid-1930s

pp. 335-365
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Unacceptable but Indispensable: Opium Law and Regulations in Guangdong, 1912–1936

pp. 366-392
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Bordering China: Modernity and Sustainability

Introduction

pp. 393-395
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Ecologies of Empire: From Qing Cosmopolitanism to Modern Nationalism

pp. 396-423
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Between China and Nepal: Trans-Himalayan Trade and the Second Life of Development in Upper Humla

pp. 424-446
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Past and Present Resource Disputes in the South China Sea: The Case of Reed Bank

pp. 447-477
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The Five Buddha Districts on the Yunnan-Burma Frontier: A Political System Attached to the State

pp. 478-505
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Review Essays

A Nation, a World, in a Bowl of Tea

pp. 507-512
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Cauldron of Misalliances

pp. 513-520
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Patronage, Passion, and the Power of Networks

pp. 521-528
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The Making of a Subcultural Revolution

pp. 529-539
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