Books Received

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Books Received


Goran Aijmer. New Year Celebration in Central China in Late Imperial Times. Chinese University, 2003.

Nimrod Baranovitch. China's New Voices: Popular Music, Ethnicity, Gender, and Politics, 1978-1997. California, 2003.

Patricia Berger. Empire of Emptiness: Buddhist Art and Political Authority in Qing China. Hawai'i, 2003.

Wayne Bert. The United States, China and Southwest Asian Security: A Changing of the Guard? Palgrave, 2003.

Mark H.C. Bessire. Wenda Gu: Art from the Middle Kingdom to Biological Millennium. MIT, 2003.

Terry Bodenhorn. Defining Modernity: Guomindang Rhetorics of a New China, 1920-1970. Michigan, 2003.

Yomi Braester. Witness Against History: Literature, Film, and Public Discourse in Twentieth-century China. Stanford, 2003.

Michael E. Brown and Sumit Ganguly. Fighting Words: Language Policy and Ethnic Relations in Asia. MIT, 2003.

Tung X. Bui, David C. Yang, Wayne D. Jones and Joanna Z. Li. China's Economic Powerhouse: Economic Reform in Guangdong Province. Palgrave, 2003.

James H. Carter. Creating a Chinese Harbin: Nationalism in an International City, 1916-1932. Cornell, 2002.

Leo Tak-hung Chan. One Into Many: Translation and Dissemination of Classical Chinese Literature. Rodopi, 2003.

Ming K. Chan and Alvin Y. So. Crisis and Transformation in China's Hong Kong. M.E. Sharpe, 2003.

Xiaomei Chen. Reading the Right Text: An Anthology of Contemporary Chinese Drama. Hawai'i, 2003.

Deirdre Chetham. Before the Deluge: The Vanishing World of the Yangtze's Three Gorges. Palgrave, 2002.

Cindy Yik-Yi Chu and Ricardo K.S. Mak. China Reconstructs. University Press of America, 2003.

Parks M. Coble. Chinese Capitalists in Japan's New Order: The Occupied Lower Yangzi, 1937-1945. California, 2003.

Paul A. Cohen. China Unbound: Evolving Perspectives on the Chinese Past. Routledge, 2003.

Stephane Corcuff. Memories of the Future: National Identity Issues and the Search for a New Taiwan. M.E. Sharpe, 2002.

Carl Crow. 400 Million Customers: The Experiences--Some Happy, Some Sad--of an American in China, and What They Taught Him. EastBridge, 2003.

Alessandro Dell'Orto. Place and Spirit in Taiwan: Tudi Gong in the Stories, Strategies, and Memories of Everyday Life. Routledge, 2002.

Catherine Despeux and Livia Kohn. Women in Daoism. Three Pines Press, 2003.

Bruce J. Dickson. Red Capitalists in China. Cambridge, 2003,

Martin Edmonds and Michael M. Tsai. Taiwan's Maritime Security. Routledge/Curzon, 2003.

Joshua Fogel. Sagacious Monks and Bloodthristy Warriors: Chinese Views of Japan in the Ming-Qing Period. EastBridge, 2002.

Jocelyne Fresnais. La protection du patrimoine en Republique Populaire de Chine, 1949-1999. Imprimerie Rey Villeurbanne for Editions du C.T.H.S., 2001,

Robert E. Garner. Understanding Contemporary China (2nd ed.) Lynne Rienner, 2003.

Denise Gimpel. Lost Voices of Modernity: A Chinese Popular Fiction Magazine in Context. Hawai'i, 2001.

Thomas Gold, Doug Gutherie, and David Wank. Social Connections in China: Institutions, Culture, and the Changing Nature of Guanxi. Cambridge, 2002.

Noel Golvers. Ferdinand Verbiest, S.J. (1623-1688) and the Chinese Heaven. Leoven, 2003.

John S. Gregory. The West and China since 1500. Palgrave, 2003.

Qitao Guo. Exorcism and Money: The Symbolic Worm of the Five-Fury Spirits in Late Imperial China. Institute of East Asian Studies, UC Berkeley, 2003.

Xiaoqin Guo. Sate and Society in Chinas Democratic Transition: Confucianism, Leninism, and Economic Development. Routledge, 2003.

Liyi He and Claire Anne Chik. Mr. China's Son: A Villager's Life. Westview, 2002.

Alice Tisdale Hobart. Oil for the Lamps of China. EastBridge, 2003.

Brian Holston. Notes of a Blissful Ghost'. …

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