China Unbound: Evolving Perspectives on the Chinese Past

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Index

a
Acheson, Dean 141 , 146n
advertising, and patriotism 157-9 , 177-8n
Alitto, Guy 60 , 81-2n, 83n
Anderson, Benedict 170
anthropology:
anthropologization of West 96-9 ;
impact on historical writing 192 ;
view of Boxer uprising 85-101
anxiety:
death anxiety and the Boxer crisis 89-90 ;
and ritual 104n
Arnold, David 109 , 110
arson, Boxer uprising 113 , 116-17 , 128n
authoritarianism:
endurance of in China 43 ;
and liberalism 13
Averill, Stephen C. 147n

b
Ba Jin 166
Backward Toward Revolution (Friedman) 66
Bainbridge, W. E. 128n
Belgrade, US bombing of Chinese embassy 164 , 181n
Benedict, Ruth 83n
Bernhardt, Kathryn 187
Betancour, Belisario 215
Between Tradition and Modernity (Cohen) 38 , 40-4
bianfa (institutional change) 36
Bird, Rowena 106
Black, Cyril E. 28 , 45n
Bolívar, Simón 215
Bourguignon, Erika 95
Boxer uprising:
anthropological view of 85-101 ;
arson 113 , 116-17 , 128n;
attitude to death 88-91 ;
Christians 87-91 , 92-3 , 106 , 117-18 , 119-23 , 126n, 199n, 214 ;
Cultural Revolution’s portrayal of 201 , 203 , 204 ;
drought, impact of 87 , 89 , 91-3 , 105-11 ;
as event, experience, and myth 200-17 ;
and magic 97-9 , 103n, 104n, 112-18 , 127-30n;
missionaries’ retribution after 199n;
myth 201 , 205-6 , 211-16 ;
religious denigration 119-23 ;
as religious war 105-25 ;
role of rumors 15-16 , 207-8 ;
well-poisoning rumors 15-16
brain drain 137-8 , 145n
Buddhism 55

c
Cai Erkang 44n
Cao Futian 87 , 88 , 112-13 , 127n
capitalism:
origins of in China 45-6n, 57-8 , 78-9n,
see also economy
Carr, E. H. 53
Chang, Hao 60 , 69
Chang Jui-te 144n
change 53 ;
Confucianism 33 , 36-7 , 69 ;
cyclical 56 ;
economic change 5-6 ;
endogenous and exogenous 17n, 41-2 ;
impact-response approach, limitations 3 ;
individual and historical change 37-8 , 39 ;
institutional change 36 ;
origins of capitalism in China 57-8 ;
outer and inner 31 ;
and status quo 69 ;
technological change 32 , 34-5 ;
and tradition 46n, 53-4 , 56 ;
tradition-modernity dichotomy, limitations 48-75 ;
Wang Tao on nature of 3-4 , 30-2 , 34-5 , 36 ,
see also modernization
Chartier, Roger 220n
Chen Changgui 145n
Chen Duxiu 68 , 152 , 153 , 201

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  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
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  • Introduction - China Unbound 1
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