Twentieth-Century China

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Twentieth-Century China

Vol. 46, No. 3, October 2021

Table of Contents

Editorial  by MARGHERITA ZANASI

Articles

Capital, Empire, Letter: Romanization in Late Qing China
ULUĞ KUZUOĞLU

Spiritual Mother and Intellectual Sons: Emma Goldman and Young Chinese Anarchists
RACHEL HUI-CHI HSU

The “Acid Test” of the Revolution: Demobilization and the Collapse of Chiang Kai-Shek’s Military Coalition in 1929
PETER WORTHING

The Political Pragmatism of Steamship “Teaboys”: Reassessing the Chinese Labor Movement, 1927–1934
PETER KWOK-FAI LAW

Three New Works on Modern Chinese Art and Visual Culture
MIA YINXING LIU

Reappraising Maoism from the Bottom Up
STEVEN PIERAGASTINI 


Book Reviews (online only):

China and the Cholera Pandemic: Restructuring Society Under Mao by Xiaoping Fang (review)
RACHEL CORE 

Unending Capitalism: How Consumerism Negated China’s Communist Revolution by Karl Gerth (review)
DENISE Y. HO

The Unworthy Scholar from Pingjiang: Republican-Era Martial Arts Fiction by John Christopher Hamm (review)
LEHYLA G. HEWARD

China’s Muslims and Japan’s Empire: Centering Islam in World War II by Kelly A. Hammond (review)
TATIANA LINKHOEVA

Soundscapes of Uyghur Islam by Rachel Harris (review)
ERIC SCHLUESSEL

The Compensations of Plunder: How China Lost Its Treasures by Justin M. Jacobs (review)
XUE ZHANG

Tea War: A History of Capitalism in China and India by Andrew B. Liu (review)
ELIZABETH JOY REYNOLDS

Revolutionary Bodies: Chinese Dance and the Socialist Legacy by Emily Wilcox (review)
LIANG LUO

Photo Poetics: Chinese Lyricism and Modern Media Culture by Shengqing Wu (review)
MICHEL HOCKX