Cultural Nationalism in Contemporary China

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INDEX
Tables are indicated by italics.
a
academia 124 -5
academic nationalism 124 -5
academic tradition (xuetong)63
academics 117 -21
see also intellectuals
America see USA (United States of America)
anti-French riots 54 , 55
anti-imperialists 109 -11
anti-revolutionary trend 59 - 61
appeasement policies 55
Association of Research on the Modernisation of Chinese Characters (BICCRA) see BICCRA

b
baihua (plain speech) 91
Barmé, Geremie:
nationalism 45 ;
victimization 33 -5
BICCRA (Association of Research on the Modernisation of Chinese Characters) 95 , 107 , 108
‘bourgeois liberalization’ 27
Boxer movement (Yihetuan)59 , 60

c
Calhoun, Craig 15
Cao Shunqing 122 -3, 124
CCL (Chinese Cultural Linguistics) 97 -9
CCP (Chinese Communist Party) 22 ;
authority of the Party 33 ;
ideology 44 -5;
‘united-front’ 42 -3;
version of Chinese identity 47
chaos (luan)36 , 38
characters (hanzi)93 , 99 - 102 , 104 -6
see also full-form characters (fanti)
Chiang Kai-shek (Jiang Jieshi) 51
China-as-victim 33 -5
China Confucius Foundation 18
China’s image 114 -17
China-US relations xii , 131
Chinese Character Culture (Hanzi Wenhua)18
Chinese citizens (guomin/gongmin)38
Chinese Communist Party (CCP) see CCP (Chinese Communist Party)
Chinese Cultural Linguistics (CCL) 97 -9
‘Chinese Culture Rim’ 128
Chinese IT Research Association (Zhongguo xinxi yanji-uhui)99
Chinese Language Phonetic Spelling Plan 91
Chinese literary theory 124
Chinese literature 122 -3
Chinese nation:
composition of 38 -9
Chinese nationalism xii - xiv , 15 - 16
‘Chineseness’:
model of 125 -6
Chinese philology (xiaoxue)97 -8
Chinese Yellow Emperor Association 18
citizenship 44 , 46 -7
civic culture 32 , 46
class:
concept 39 - 42 , 47 ;
conflict 78 ;
struggle 79 - 80
‘colonial culture’ 8 , 111 -12, 114 , 121 -2
colonization 59 - 60
Commission for Language Work 94
communism 44 -5;
student ideals 28 , 28
see also Marxism
Confucianism 22 , 72 - 90 ;
code of conduct 83 ;
culture 84 ;
modernization 90 ;
moral regeneration 85 -8;
Orthodoxy (zhengtong)7 , 73 , 81 ;
social harmony 79 ;
vision 88 -9;
Zeng Guofan 61 -2
Confucianists 73
Confucians 6 , 114 ;
and Marxists 73 -7;
virtues 82 -3
conspiracy 35
crisis:
moral 85 -7
‘crisis of dual legitimation’ 21 -3, 110
‘Cultural China’ 71
cultural conservatism 120
cultural linguistics 7 , 92 , 97 -9
see also language
cultural nationalism 1 - 2 , 4 - 6 , 133 , 140 -3;
compared with state nationalism 17 - 20 , 20 ;
‘crisis of dual legitimation’ 21 -3;
language 93 , 95 , 106 -8;
national identity 138 ;
traditional characters 104
cultural reconstruction 125
cultural sources 3

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  • Title Page v
  • Contents ix
  • Tables x
  • Preface xi
  • 1 - Rethinking Nation and Nationalism 9
  • 2 - Renationalizing the State 24
  • 3 - Rewriting National History 49
  • 4 - Reconstructing a Confucian Nation 72
  • 5 - Repossessing the Mother Tongue 91
  • 6 - Reclaiming the 'Othered' China 109
  • Conclusion 133
  • Notes 144
  • Bibliography 172
  • Index 189
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