This book is a teaching textbook for both lower and upper level courses on modern Chinese history and/or modern visual culture. With fourteen chapters of well-illustrated original scholarship, the contributors introduce key themes of modern Chinese history while providing students with critical thinking skills in visual studies and analysis.
James A. Cook is associate director of the Asian Studies Center at the University of Pittsburgh. Joshua Goldstein is associate professor of history at University of Southern California. Matthew D. Johnson is assistant professor of East Asian history at Grinnell College. Sigrid Schmalzer is associate professor of history at UMass Amherst.
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History: Textbooks & Study Guides
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James A. Cook, Joshua S. Goldstein, Matthew D. Johnson, Sigrid Schmalzer