CFP: Historical Society for Twentieth-Century China’s (HSTCC) Biennial Conference

Dear Scholars of Modern Chinese History:

I hope you’re all safe and well in your respective locations around the United States and world. Here in Boulder, Colorado, Covid-19 is largely under control, though of course we’re all being cautious about the speed with which we return to “normal” life. 

TOC: Twentieth-Century China, vol. 43, no. 1 (2018)

The editors of Twentieth-Century China are pleased to announce the appearance of a new issue of the journal, available via MUSE here: http://muse.jhu.edu/issue/37912.

Volume 43, Number 1, January 2018  

Table of Contents

Kristin Stapleton, “Editorial”  

Articles

Zach Smith, “Reading Pingmin: Popular Education and the Democratic Ideal in Republican Beijing, 1917–1924”  pp. 3-23  

TOC: Twentieth-Century China, vol. 42, no. 3 (2017)

Five research articles are featured in TCC’s October 2017 issue, with interlocking themes that include schemes for social engineering, invocations of desired futures via cultural imagery, and symbolic representations of political realities and aspirations. Two focus on pre-1949 China, one on the People’s Republic of China, and two on the Republic of China on Taiwan.

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