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. 1, January 2020

Table of Contents

Editorial  by MARGHERITA ZANASI

Articles

Radio, Sound Cinema, and Community Singing: The Making of a New Sonic Culture in Modern China
XIAOBING TANG

Revolutionary Echoes: Radios and Loudspeakers in the Mao Era
JIE LI

The Cultural Politics of Chineseness: The US Tour of Taiwan’s National Chinese Opera Theater, 1973–1974
YANQIU ZHENG

From a Diplomatic to a Domestic Issue: China’s Struggle with Church Properties in the Nanjing Decade (1927–1937)
HONGYAN XIANG

Feminism in the Vernacular: Baihua Writing, Gender, and Identity in Late Qing China
ZHANG YUN


Review Essays:

Rethinking Women Writers and the Gendered Spaces of Print Media
YUXIN MA

Shaped by Conflict: New Writing on China’s Wartime Experience in the Early Twentieth Century
RANA MITTER


Book Review Essays (online only):

The Invention of Madness: State, Society, and the Insane in Modern China by Emily Baum (review)
NICOLE ELIZABETH BARNES

Yuan Shikai: A Reappraisal by Patrick Fuliang Shan (review)
CLEMENS BÜTTNER