Awakening China Politics, Culture, and Class in the Nationalist Revolution

ISBN-10: 0804733376
ISBN-13: 9780804733373
Edition: 1996
Authors: John Fitzgerald
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Book details

List price: $29.95
Copyright year: 1996
Publisher: Stanford University Press
Publication date: 3/1/1998
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 480
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.430
Language: English

This innovative work is the first to approach the awakening of China as a historical problem in its own right, and to locate this problem within the broader history of the rise of modern China. It analyzes the link between the awakening of China as a historical narrative and the awakening of the Chinese people as a political technique for building a sovereign and independent state. In sum, it asks what we mean when we say that China “woke up” in this century. The book follows the legend of China’s awakening from its origins in the European imagination, to its transmission to China and its encounters with a lyrical Chinese tradition of ethical awakening, to its incorporation and mobilization in a mass movement designed to wake up everyone. Fiction and fashion, architecture and autobiography, take their places alongside politics and history, and the reader is asked to move about among writers, philosophers, ethnographers, revolutionaries, and soldiers who would seem to have little in common. The book focuses on the Nationalist movement in south China, highlighting the role of Sun Yat-sen as director of awakenings in the Nationalist Revolution and the place of Mao Zedong as his successor in the politics of mass awakening. Of special interest is the previously untold story of Mao’s role in the Nationalist Propaganda Bureau, showing Mao as a master of propaganda and discipline, rather than as peasant movement activist.

Introduction: Awakening the Beast
Awakening and Being Awakened
One World, One China: From Ethical Awakening to National Emancipation
One China, One Nation: The Unequal Treatise of Ethnography
One Nation, One State: "Feudalism" and Social Revolution
One State, One Party: Liberal Politics and the Party-State
One Party, One Voice: The Nationalist Propaganda Bureau
Awakening Inc.: Government, Party, and Army Propaganda Institutions
Conclusion: Representing Class and Nation
Notes
Bibliography
Index

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