Contemporary studies on modern Chinese history. III / edited by Zeng Yeying ; translated by Liu Bing and Li Wenzhong.Material type: TextSeries: Publisher: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : [Beijing, China] : Routledge ; China Social Sciences Press, 2021Copyright date: ©2021Description: 1 online resource (xi, 342 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781351049054; 1351049054; 9781351049047; 1351049046; 9781351049061; 1351049062; 9781351049030; 1351049038Subject(s): China -- Historiography | HISTORY / General | HISTORY / Modern / 20th Century | HISTORY / RevolutionaryDDC classification: 951.0072 LOC classification: DS734.7 | .C66 2021Online resources: Taylor & Francis | OCLC metadata license agreement
Translated from Chinese.
"This book is published with financial support from the Chinese Fund for the Humanities and Social Sciences"
Cover -- Half Title -- Series Information -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of contents -- Contributors -- Translators' note -- Preface -- 1 The Taiping Heavenly Kingdom Movement -- 1.1 Vigorous development -- 1.2 Zigzag development and retrogression -- 1.3 Maturity and harvest -- 1.3.1 The compilation, publication and related research of historical documents -- 1.3.2 Discussions on the nature of the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom regime -- 1.3.3 Research on the historical figures -- 1.3.4 Research on the politics -- 1.3.5 Research on the opposite sides of the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom
1.3.6 Research on the military, diplomacy, economy and culture -- 1.3.7 Study on the laws and regulations of the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom -- 1.3.8 Research on the religious, regional, and social history of the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom -- 1.3.9 The publication of a batch of large-scale reference books and monographs on the general history of the Taiping ... -- 1.4 The status of research on the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom -- Notes -- 2 Sun Yat-sen studies -- 2.1 An overview of the initial studies -- 2.1.1 Sun Yat-sen's early thoughts and activities -- 2.1.2 On the Three People's Principles
(1) The Principle of Nationalism -- (2) The Principle of Democracy -- (3) The Principle of the People's Livelihood -- 2.1.3 Philosophical thought -- 2.2 Reflection and recovery -- 2.2.1 On the Three People's Principles -- (1) The Principle of Nationalism -- (2) The Principle of Democracy -- (3) The Principle of People's Livelihood -- 2.2.2 On Sun Yat-sen's philosophical thought -- 2.2.3 Monographic studies -- (1) Sun Yat-sen's relationship with the Wuchang Uprising -- (2) Sun's yielding to Yuan Shikai
(3) "The Second Revolution", Chinese Revolutionary Party and the Constitution Protection Movement -- (4) The First National Congress of the KMT and the first the KMT-CCP Cooperation -- 2.3 Moving toward prosperity -- 2.3.1 Sun Yat-sen's family background -- 2.3.2 Three major policies -- 2.3.3 The Principle of People's Livelihood (Socialism) -- 2.3.4 Sun's relationship with modern Chinese warlords -- 2.3.5 Sun's view of Asia and the world -- 2.3.6 Sun's cultural thoughts -- 2.3.7 Sun's thought on opening up and utilizing foreign investment -- 2.4 Deepening and expanding
2.4.1 Sun Yat-sen and China's modernization -- 2.4.2 Sun Yat-sen and Chinese and Western culture -- 2.4.3 Sun Yat-sen and Japan -- 2.4.4 Sun Yat-sen and Soviet Russia -- 2.5 New progress -- 2.5.1 Sun Yat-sen and the world -- 2.5.2 The relationship between Sun Yat-sen and his contemporaries -- 2.5.3 Sun Yat-sen and the construction of a harmonious society -- 2.6 Suggestions for improvement -- Notes -- 3 History of the 1911 Revolution -- 3.1 The initial stage (1949-1966) -- 3.2 The revival and rising stage (1976-1990) -- 3.3 The stage of sustainable development (1991-1999)
3.4 The deepening of research at the beginning of the 21st century (2000-2009).
The study of modern Chinese history has developed rapidly in recent decades and has seen increased exploration of new topics and innovative approaches. Resulting from a special issue of Modern Chinese History Studies, this volume is devoted to showcasing the healthy development of Chinese modern history studies, and has already been revised twice in the original language. This three-volume set exhibits major achievements in the study of modern Chinese history and shows how the role of history has been in debate, transformation, and re-evaluation throughout this tortuous yet prosperous period. This volume investigates the critical movements, such as the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom Movement and the Chinese People's War of Resistance against Japanese aggression, that contribute to the establishment of the People's Republic of China. In addition, it includes valuable summaries of various perspectives in modern Chinese history studies, such as the translation of overseas studies, and pioneering topics that historians have examined between 2009 and 2019. This book will benefit scholars and students of Chinese history, especially those who are interested in modern Chinese history.
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