Twentieth-Century China

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Twentieth-Century China

Vol. 45, No. 3, October 2020

Table of Contents

Editorial  by MARGHERITA ZANASI

Articles

Educators and Power Brokers: Political Mobilization and Violence in Wannian County, Jiangxi Province, 1926–1935
FEDERICA FERLANTI

Toilets and the Tug-of-War over Night Soil: The Reconstruction of Toilets in Fengshun County, Guangdong Province, 1942–1943
CHENG YI MENG

Civil War on the Central Plains: Mobilization, Militarization, and the End of Nationalist Rule in Zhengzhou, 1947–1948
MARK BAKER

Beyond “Good Wives and Wise Mothers”: Feminism as Anticolonialism in Manchukuo Schools
WENWEN WANG

Imagining Asia through a Tour of the Orient: Cathay Pacific’s Contemporary Art in Asia Exhibition of 1965
LU PAN

What Made Chinese Conservatism a Cultural Movement: A Case Study of the Southern Society
AYMERIC XU

From Japanese Colony to Sacred Chinese Territory: Taiwan’s Geostrategic Significance to China
STEVE TSANG

Records of Enemies and Puppets: Qingcha Diwei Dang’an Xiaozu Dang’an and Modern Chinese Historical Research
NAGATOMI HIRAYAMA

Review Essay: Toward a New Understanding of the Publishing Industry in Modern China
QILIANG HE


Book Review Essays (online only):

A History of Modern Tibet, vol. 4, 1957–1959: In the Eye of the Storm by Melvyn C. Goldstein (review)
BENNO WEINER

Voting as a Rite: A History of Elections in Modern China by Joshua Hill (review)
GINA ANNE TAM

Opera, Society, and Politics in Modern China by Hsiao-t’i Li (review)
ANDREA S. GOLDMAN

Crossed Paths: Labor Activism and Colonial Governance in Hong Kong, 1938–1958 by Lu Yan (review)
DAVID CLAYTON

Migration in the Time of Revolution: China, Indonesia, and the Cold War by Taomo Zhou (review)
KELLY A. HAMMOND