China/Historical Anthropology

Understanding China: New Viewpoints on History and Culture

Each book in this series provides a short and accessible guide to the research highlights of an active field of Chinese studies. Focusing on interdisciplinary work that bridges the humanities and social sciences, the books introduce readers to the subject, discuss the major problems and, by critically analyzing competing solutions and taking up new viewpoints, draw readers into the debates. The books are written in language accessible to readers outside Chinese studies, but are sufficiently informative, current and provocative also to engage the specialist reader.

China: A Religious State

John Lagerwey

Hong Kong University Press, 2010

The Age of Openness: China before Mao

Frank Dikötter

Hong Kong University Press, 2008

China: A Religious State

John Lagerwey

Hong Kong University Press, 2010

The Age of Openness: China before Mao

Frank Dikötter

Hong Kong University Press, 2008

A Social History of the Chinese Book

Joseph P. McDermott

Hong Kong University Press, 2006

China and Capitalism: A History of Business Enterprise in Modern China

David Faure

Hong Kong University Press, 2006

A Social History of the Chinese Book

Joseph P. McDermott

Hong Kong University Press, 2006

China and Capitalism: A History of Business Enterprise in Modern China

David Faure

Hong Kong University Press, 2006

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