A Century Later: New Readings of May Fourth

Twentieth-Century China, vol. 44, n° 2, May 2019. Project MUSE. URL : https://muse.jhu.edu/issue/40000 (consulté le 4 mai 2019)

À l’occasion du centenaire du mouvement du 4 mai 1919, parution d’un numéro spécial de la revue Twentieth-Century China, éditée par Ya-pei Kuo (Guest Editor).

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  • Editorial / Kristin Stapleton, pp. 133-134
  • A Century Later: New Readings of May Fourth / Ya-Pei Kuo, pp. 135-13
  • The Chinese Historiography of the May Fourth Movement, 1990s to the Present / Q. Edward Wang, pp. 138-149
  • A Question of Civil Religion: Three Case Studies in the Intellectual History of “May Fourth” / Peter Zarrow, pp. 150-160
  • Transnational Educational and Cultural Interaction Before and During the May Fourth Era: The Chinese Francophile Lobby and the Sino-French Connection / Paul J. Bailey, pp. 161-173
  • Polarities and the May Fourth Polemical Culture: Provenance of the “Conservative” Category / Ya-Pei Kuo, pp. 174-189
  • Revisiting the Dissemination of Marxism in May Fourth China: A Perspective of Cultural Field / Zhao Xuduo, pp. 190-205
  • Dictionaries and Science in Republican China / Bridie Andrews, pp. 206-222
  • An Interstitial Space: Cross-Cultural Negotiation and Concession in Early Fiction Translations in New Youth / Xiaolu Ma, pp. 223-236
  • May Fourth Youth Day From Yan’an to the Early People’s Republic: The Politics of Commemoration and the Discursive Construction of Youth / Sofia Graziani, pp. 237-252
  • Contours and Templates: Assessing the Reassessments of May Fourth / Julia C. Strauss, pp. 253-258
  • A New Database of Resources Related to the War of Resistance Against Japan, Modern Sino-Japanese Relations, and Other Republican-Period Topics / Sophia Lee, pp. 259-262
  • Legal Lessons: Popularizing Laws in the People’s Republic of China, 1949–1989 by Jennifer Altehenger (review) / Joshua Hill, pp. E-13-E-14
  • 無聲的要角 : 蔣介石的侍從室與戰時中國 (Wusheng de yaojue: Jiang Jieshi de shicongshi yu zhanshi Zhongguo), also titled Silent but Significant: The Role of Chiang Kai-shek’s Personal Secretariat in Wartime China by Zhang Ruide [Chang Jui-te] (review) / Maochun Miles Yu, pp. E-15-E-16

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Monique Abud

Centre d'études sur la Chine moderne et contemporaine, EHESS, Paris, France

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Centre d'études sur la Chine moderne et contemporaine, EHESS, Paris, France

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