The Subtle Revolution: Poets of the "Old Schools" during Late Qing and Early Republican China

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INSTITUTE OF EAST ASIAN STUDIES PUBLICATIONS SERIES

CHINA RESEARCH MONOGRAPHS (CRM)

38. James C. Shih. Chinese Rural Society in Transition: A Case Study of the Lake Tai Area, 1368–1800, 1992

Sp. Theodore Han and John Li. Tiananmen Square Spring 1989: A Chronology of the Chinese Democracy Movement, 1992

40. Frederic Wakeman, Jr., and Wen-hsin Yeh, eds. Shanghai Sojourners, 1992

Sp. Kaidi Zhan. The Strategies of Politeness in the Chinese Language, 1992

42. Barry C. Keenan. Imperial China’s Last Classical Academies? Social Change in the Lower Yangzi, 1864–1911, 1994

43. Ole Bruun. Business and Bureaucracy in a Chinese City: An Ethnography of Private Business Households in Contemporary China, 1993

44. Wei Li. The Chinese Staff System: A Mechanism for Bureaucratic Control and Integration, 1994

45. Ye Wa and Joseph W. Esherick. Chinese Archives: An Introductory Guide, 1996

46. Melissa Brown, ed. Negotiating Ethnicities in China and Taiwan, 1996

47. David Zweig and Chen Changgui. China’s Brain Drain to the United States: Views of Overseas Chinese Students and Scholars in the 1990s, 1995

48. Elizabeth J. Perry, ed. Putting Class in Its Place: Worker Identities in East Asia, 1996

Sp. Phyllis L. Thompson, ed. Dear Alice: Letters Home from American Teachers Learning to Live in China, 1998

49. Wen-hsin Yeh, ed. Landscape, Culture, and Power in Chinese Society, 1998

50. Gail Hershatter, Emily Honig, Susan Mann, and Lisa Rofel, comps. and eds. Guide to Women’s Studies in China, 1999

51. Wen-hsin Yeh, ed. Modern Chinese Literary and Cultural Studies: Theoretical Issues, 2000

52. Marilyn A. Levine and Chen San-ching, eds. The Guomindang in Europe: A Sourcebook of Documents, 2000

53. David N. Keightley. The Ancestral Landscape: Time, Space, and Community in Late Shang China, 2000

54. Peter M. Worthing. Occupation and Revolution: China and the Vietnamese August Revolution of 1945, 2001.

55. Guo Qitao. Exorcism and Money: The Symbolic World of the Five-Fury Spirits in Late Imperial China, 2003

56. Robert J. Antony. Like Froth Floating on the Sea: The World of Pirates and Seafarers in Late Imperial South China, 2003

57. Joshua A. Fogel, ed. The Role of Japan in Liang Qichao’s Introduction of Modern Western Civilization to China, 2004

58. Xin Liu, ed. New Reflections on Anthropological Studies of (greater) China, 2004

59. Virginia Harper Ho. Labor Dispute Resolution in China, 2003.

60. Jon Eugene von Kowallis. The Subtle Revolution: Poets of the “Old Schools” during Late Qing and Early Republican China, 2006


KOREA RESEARCH MONOGRAPHS (KRM)

13. Vipan Chandra. Imperialism, Resistance, and Reform in Late Nineteenth-Century Korea: Enlightenment and the Independence Club, 1988

14. Seok Choong Song. Explorations in Korean Syntax and Semantics, 1988

15. Robert A. Scalapino and Dalchoong Kim, eds. Asian Communism: Continuity and Transition, 1988

16. Chong-Sik Lee and Se-Hee Yoo, eds. North Korea in Transition, 1991

17. Nicholas Eberstadt and Judith Banister. The Population of North Korea, 1992

18. Hong Yung Lee and Chung Chongwook, eds. Korean Options in a Changing International Order, 1993

19. Tae Hwan Ok and Hong Yung Lee, eds. Prospects for Change in North Korea, 1994

20. Chai-sik Chung. A Korean Confucian Encounter with the Modern World: Yi Hang-no and the West, 1995

21. Myung Hun Kang. The Korean Business Conglomerate: Chaebol Then and Now. 1996

25. Jeong-Hyun Shin. The Trap of History: Understanding Korean Short Stories, 1998

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