In this Issue
China Review International: A Journal of Reviews of Scholarly Literature in Chinese Studies aims to present informative, insightful, and critical English-language reviews of innovative and relevant Chinese Studies-related books from within and outside of China. Its multi- and interdisciplinary scope and global coverage make it an essential tool for everyone interested in the culture and society of Chinese-language communities around the world and enable any informed scholar to keep abreast of contemporary cutting-edge academic research.
Editor: Ming-Bao Yue, Center for Chinese Studies, University of Hawai‘i
Sponsor: Center for Chinese Studies, College of Arts, Languages, and Letters, University of Hawai‘i
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viewing issueVolume 16, Number 4, 2009
Table of Contents
- China's Millions: The China Inland Mission and Late Qing Society, 1832–1905, and: Across China's Gobi: The Lives of Evangeline French, Mildred Cable, and Francesca French of the China Inland Mission, and: Upstream Odyssey: An American in China, 1895–1944, and: Missions to China's Heartland: The Letters of Hazel Todd of the China Inland Mission, 1920–1941, and: A Foreign Missionary on the Long March: The Memoirs of Arnolis Hayman of the China Inland Mission (review)
- pp. 459-490
- DOI: 10.1353/cri.2009.0110
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