Twentieth-Century China

Twentieth-Century China is published by Johns Hopkins University Press and hosted online at Project MUSE.

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Twentieth-Century China

Vol. 45, No. 2, May 2020

Table of Contents

Editorial  by MARGHERITA ZANASI

Articles

The Chinese Crucible of 1957
TIMOTHY CHEEK

The Two Rivers of Sichuan: Learning Literary Lessons in Chengdu, 1957
DAYTON LEKNER

Performing Loyalty: Classification of College Students in the Anti-Rightist Campaign
YIDI WU

1957: A Fatal Year for Progressive Education in China
STIG THØGERSEN

Victims and Perpetrators: Campaign Culture in the Chinese Communist Party’s Anti-Rightist Campaign
NING WANG

What Do Chinese Intellectuals Do These Days
PETER ZARROW

Inner Asian Frontiers of China and Some Peoples Without Others
DAVID A. BELLO


Book Review Essays (online only):

After Eunuchs: Science, Medicine, and the Transformation of Sex in Modern China by Howard Chiang (review)
Y. YVON WANG

Land Wars: The Story of China’s Agrarian Revolution by Brian DeMare (review)
MICAH S. MUSCOLINO

Railroads and the Transformation of China by Elisabeth Köll (review)
TIM WRIGHT

Strait Rituals: China, Taiwan, and the United States in the Taiwan Strait Crises, 1954-1958 by Pang Yang Huei (review)
XIAOBING LI