|Ma Xiangbo and the mind of modern China, 1840-1939|
|Ma Xiangbo and the mind of modern China, 1840-1939 / edited by Ruth Hayhoe and Lu Yongling.|
Includes bibliographical references (p. 285-308) and index.
"An East gate book." "A Study of The Ontario Institute for Studies in Education."
Part I: Statesman and centenarian: Ma Xiangbo as witness of China's early modernity, by Zhu Weizheng 朱維錚, translated by Wu Xiaoming -- Christianity and cultural conflict in the life of Ma Xiangbo, by Li Tiangang 李天綱, translated by Ruth Hayhoe -- Standing between two worlds: Ma Xiangbo's educational thought and practice, Lu Yongling.
Part II: Selected translations of Ma Xiangbo's essays and speeches, translated by Ruth Hayhoe, with Hong Xiaochun and Lu Yongling.
Part III: A Bibliographic index to the life and work of Ma Xiangbo (Chinese), compiled by Lu Yongling
Essays and speeches:
The need for political parties and their responsibilities (1908)--A letter to the Pope asking Him to promote education in China (1912)--The Hanxia Academy of Humanities and Sciences (1913)--Nine documents on the Hanxia Academy of Humanities and Sciences (c. 1914)--Some suggestions on setting up a French-style academy (date uncertain)--Should a head of state preside over religious ceremonies (1914)--An introduction to philosophy (1926)--Using scholarship to spread religion (1932)--Religion and culture (1933).
Hanxia kaowenyuan 函夏考文苑