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The saga of anthropology in China : from Malinowski to Moscow to Mao

The saga of anthropology in China : from Malinowski to Moscow to Mao (1회 대출)

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Guldin, Gregory Eliyu.
서명 / 저자사항
The saga of anthropology in China : from Malinowski to Moscow to Mao / Gregory Eliyu Guldin.
발행사항
Armonk, N.Y. :   M.E. Sharpe,   c1994.  
형태사항
xiv, 298 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
총서사항
Studies on modern China
ISBN
1563241854 (C) 1563241862 (P)
일반주기
"An East gate book."  
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references (p. 257-266) and index.
일반주제명
Anthropology -- China -- History. Anthropologists -- China -- Biography.
주제명(개인명)
Liang, Zhaotao.  
梁釗韜.  
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CONTENTS
Acknowledgments = ⅸ
Introduction = xi
Map: Provincial Boundaries and Major Cities of China, 1993 = xiv
PART I: ANTHROPOLOGICAL LIFE AFTER DEATH
 Focus 1: Long Live Liang Zhaotao! = 3
 Chapter 1: A Decade of Changes = 5
  Resuscitation = 5
  Born Again at Zhongda = 10
  The Second Department = 14
PART II: IMPORTING DISCIPLINES, 1898-1949
 Chapter 2: Foreign Introductions = 23
  Early Samples = 23
  The Founding Foreigners = 27
  The Father of Many Disciplines: Cai Yuanpei = 30
  Focus 2: Lin Huixiang, Mentor ofLiang Zhaotao = 36
 Chapter 3: Foreign Visitors = 40
  Functionalism Comes to China = 40
  Foreigners in China = 44
  Moving Beyond the Academy = 46
  On the Eve of War = 47
  Focus 3: Zhongshan University and Yang Chengzhi = 50
 Chapter 4: China's Western Anthropology Matures = 57
  The War Years = 57
  More Foreign Training: Modelling American, French, and British Anthropology = 62
  Postwar Flowering = 67
  Pre-Liberation Anthropology: An Assessment = 70
  Focus 4: Liang Zhaotao at Liberation = 77
PART III: EARLY PRC SOCIALISM AND THE SOVIET MODEL, 1949-1960
 Chapter 5: Transitions = 81
  A New Society = 84
  Changing Anthropological Thinking = 87
 Chapter 6: Reorientation = 94
  A New Model = 94
  Reorganizing Academia = 95
  Reorganizing Anthropology = 97
  Minorities Identification = 105
 Chapter 7: Learning from Elder Brother = 111
  The Russians Were Coming = 111
  Soviet Visitors = 113
  Soviet Ideas = 118
  Sibling Rivalry = 124
 Chapter 8: In the Field = 131
  Language Fieldwork and Reforms = 131
  Social History = 135
  Fieldwork Legacies = 140
PART IV: "MAOIZED" DISCIPLINES, 1957-1978
 Chapter9: "Maoization" as Sinicization = 147
  The Disciplines on the Eve of the Anti-Rightist Campaign = 147
  The Anti-Rightist Campaign and the Intellectuals = 149
  Disciplinary Criticism = 153
  Anthropology During the Great Leap = 158
  "Maoized" Disciplines: The Early 1960s = 163
  Focus 5: Liang Zhaotao and New China, 1949-1964 = 173
 Chapter 10: Disciplinary Deconstmction―The Cultural Revolution = 183
  Targeting Intellectuals = 184
  The "Elimination" of Ethnology = 187
  Attacks = 189
  Proletarian Education = 195
  Political Legacies = 200
  Focus 6: Liang Zhaotao, Exile and Rehabilitation = 203
  Anthropological Enemy of the People = 203
  Reviving Archaeology = 206
PART V: NATIONAL ANTHROPOLOGIES: A CHINESE MODEL?
 Chapter 11: The Return of Foreign Anthropologies? = 213
  Long Time No See = 215
  The Second Coming of Western Anthropology = 221
  Universal or National Sciences = 222
 Chapter 12: Sinicizing Chinese Anthropology = 232
  Indigenization = 232
  Marxism-Leninism as the Base = 234
  Chinese Anthropology's "Special Characteristics" = 237
  Sinicizing the Disciplines: Paleoanthropology, Archaeology, and Ethnology = 239
  Re-Maoization? = 242
  Sinicized Chinese Anthropology = 243
 Chapter 13: Some Observations on Chinese and Global Anthropology = 245
  Focus 7: Liang Zhaotao: An Epitaph = 253
Postscript = 255
References = 257
Glossary = 267
Index = 285


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