TOC: Frontiers of History in China, 12.2 (2017)

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The latest issue of Frontiers of History in China now available! Below, please find the table of contents and see the link for more information:

Volume 12, Issue 2, 2017

  ISSN: 1673-3401 E-ISSN: 1673-3525

http://booksandjournals.brillonline.com/content/journals/16733525/12/2

 

Preliminary Material, pp.: A–ii

“Conflict, Order, Harmony: The Modern Meaning of the Confucian Tradition,” by Lee H. Yearley, pp.: 155–180

“Rethinking the History and Theory of Jus Publicum Universal: The Formation of China as a "Semi-civilized" Legal Subject,” by Robert Stem, pp.: 181–261

“Sumozhe Suppressed, Huntuo Halted: An Investigation into the Nature and Stakes of the Cold-Splashing Sogdian Festal Dramas Performed in Early Eighth Century Tang China,” by Norman Harry Rothschild, pp.: 262–300

“Were the Miao Kings "Prophets of Renewal"? The Case of the 1795-1797 Hunan Miao Revolt,” by Daniel McMahon, pp.: 301–327

“History of Psychology In China: Contributions, Challenges, and Future, by Wendeng Yang and Haosheng Ye, pp.: 328–349

“Luo, Zhitian. Inheritance within Rupture-Culture and Scholarship in Early Twentieth Century China. Lane J. Harris and Mei Chun Trans. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2015,” reviewed by Nagatomi Hirayama, pp.: 350–353

“Matten, Marc Andre. Imagining a Postnational World: Hegemony and Space in Modern China. Leiden: Brill, 2016,” reviewed by Tze-ki Hon, pp.: 353–355