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Jeffrey N. Wasserstrom, Kate Merkel-Hess, Kenneth L. Pomeranz
Jonathan D. Spence
Trade paperback (US)
Table Of Contents
Chapter 1: Anxieties of a Prosperous Age Chapter 2: Tibet Chapter 3: Meanwhile, Across the Straits ... Chapter 4: Nationalism and the Torch Chapter 5: Earthquake and Recovery Chapter 6: Shanghai Images in Beijing's Year Chapter 7: Tiananmen Reconsidered Chapter 8: The Road to the Olympics Chapter 9: The Olympics as Spectacle Chapter 10: China after the Games Chapter 11: Follow the Leader Chapter 12: Things Seen and Unseen Chapter 13: Pop Culture in a Global Age Chapter 14: Reinvented Traditions Chapter 15: China and the United States
Kate Merkel-Hess is assistant professor of history and Asian studies at Penn State. Kenneth L. Pomeranz is University Professor of Modern Chinese History and the College at the University of Chicago. Jeffrey N. Wasserstrom is editor of the Journal of Asian Studies and professor of history at the University of California, Irvine. To view Kate Merkel-Hess discussing the book at the Virginia Festival of the Book, visit http://charlottesville.granicus.com