Twentieth-Century China

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Twentieth-Century China

Vol. 44, No. 3, October 2019

Table of Contents

Editorial  by MARGHERITA ZANASI

Articles

Australian Wool and Chinese Industrialization, 1901-1941
PETER GIBSON AND SIMON VILLE

In Revolt against Positivism, the Discovery of Culture: The Liang Qichao Group’s Cultural Conservatism in China after the First World War
SOONYI LEE

Leninist Legacies and Revolutionary Life Histories in the Chinese Communist Party: A Plutarchian Case Study of Cai Hesen and Zhao Shiyan
MARILYN LEVINE

Ethnicity and Frontier Studies in Southwest China: Pan-Thai Nationalism and the Wartime Debate on National Identity, 1932-1945
YING-KIT CHAN

Ambiguous Objectivity: The Standardized Test Movement (1920-1937) and the Remaking of Chinese Examination Discourse
SHIUON CHU

Review Essay:
Writing Modern Chinese History Inside Out: New Relational Approaches to (Un)thinking the Nation-State, Diaspora, and Transnationalism
ELS VAN DONGEN