A Scholarly Review of Chinese Studies in North America 北美中国研究综述 (free download ebook)
Edited by Haihui Zhang, Zhaohui Xue, Shuyong Jiang, Gary Lance Lugar
Published by the Association for Asian Studies, Inc. (Asia Past & Present: New Research from AAS, Number 11)
- An indispensable resource for specialists and students in Chinese studies
- Twenty-one high-quality introductions to major subfields as they have evolved in Chinese studies over the past three decades
- A vital resource for non-Asia specialists in the fields of history, literature, music, economics, sociology, and art looking for a comparative or world-historical perspective on particular questions, including the nature of early modernity, the development of science, or recent trends in the study of early and medieval arts and letters.
Features a Foreword by Gail Hershatter and essays by prominent Chinese studies scholars:
Paul R. Goldin • Cynthia L. Chennault • Scott Pearce • Hilde De Weerdt • Bettine Birge
Martin J. Heijdra • Evelyn S. Rawski • Matthew H. Sommer • Benjamin A. Elman
Christopher Isett • Thomas G. Rawski • Xueguang Zhou • Wei Zhao • Yanjie Bian
Elizabeth J. Perry • Martin Kern • Ronald Egan • Wilt L. Idema • Edward M. Gunn
Ban Wang • Victor H. Mair • Bell Yung • Cary Y. Liu
478 pages. 2013. Available in e-book format only.