The Chinese Commons

Dear colleagues,

The new issue of Made in China may be of interest to those on this list who work on the commons or the environment in the broadest acceptation of both terms.

The issue is available for download at: http://www.chinoiresie.info/PDF/Made-in-China-2_2017.pdf

Previous issues are vailable at: http://www.chinoiresie.info/made-in-china-quarterly/

All the Best,

Andrea

 

 

New member publication: Li and DuBois, eds. Agricultural Reform and Rural Transformation in China since 1949

Dear colleagues,

I am pleased to announce the publication of Agricultural Reform and Rural Transformation in China since 1949, edited by Huaiyin Li and Thomas DuBois. ISBN 9789004290181.

Member Publication: Children in China

Dear Colleagues, 

I am pleased to announce the recent publication of my book, Children in China, by Polity Press (China Today Series, March 2016, ISBN-13: 978-0745680545; ISBN-10: 0745680542; 192 pages).

The book is available from Amazon in Kindle, Hardcover, and Paperback. For further information, please visit the Polity Press website at http://www.politybooks.com/book.asp?ref=0745680542#toc

Book Description:

TOC: Rural China, An International Journal of History and Social Science 12.1

The latest issue of Rural China, An International Journal of History and Social Science is now available! Below, please find the table of contents and see the link for more information.


Rural China, An International Journal of History and Social Science
Print ISSN: 2213-6738 E-ISSN: 2213-6746


The Nakedly Exposed Village A and Its Ne’er-do-wells—with Comparisons to Control of the Floating Population in the late Qing and the Republic (裸露的 A 村与无赖群体——兼以晚清民国时期对游民群体控制作比)

Author: Qu Guiping (渠桂萍)

pp 1 –39

CFP: Studying Rural Chinese Society in the 21st Century: Emerging Themes and & New Challenges

CALL FOR PAPERS:

Studying Rural Chinese Society in the 21st Century: Emerging Themes and New Challenges 

March 9-11, 2015, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

Confirmed keynote speaker: Jonathan Unger (ANU)

TOC: Rural China An International Journal of History and Social Science Vol.11.2

The new issue of Rural China: An International Journal of History and Social Science (Vol. 11.2) is now available!

http://booksandjournals.brillonline.com/content/journals/22136746/11/2

pp.189-221

Is “Family Farms” the Way to Develop Chinese Agriculture? Philip C. C. Huang

pp.222-243

Large Farms vs. Small Farms: Grain Production in Northwestern Shandong   Gao Yuan

pp.244-300

The Origin of China’s Economic Transition   Pei Xiaolin

pp.301-327

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