|The Boxers, China, and the world|
|Author||Bickers, Robert A.|
Tiedemann, R. G.
|Pub. Location||Lanham, MD||Publisher||Rowman & Littlefield|
|Date||2007||Phys. Desc.||xxviii, 231 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.|
|Location||Director's Office||Call Number||DS771.B69 2007|
|The Boxers, China, and the world / edited by Robert Bickers and R.G. Tiedemann.|
"These papers were prepared for a conference at the School of Oriental and African Studies, London University, on 22-24 June 2001, on "1900: The Boxers, China, and the World"--Acknowldgements.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 199-220) and index.
Introduction / Robert Bickers -- Village politics and national politics: the Boxer movement in central Shanxi / Henrietta Harrison -- The church militant: armed conflicts between Christians and Boxers in North China / R.G. Tiedemann -- (A) subaltern('s) Boxers: an Indian soldier's account of China and the world in 1900-1901 / Annand A. Yang -- Reporting the Taiyuan Massacre: culture and politics in the China war of 1900 / Roger R. Thompson -- Looting and its discontents: moral discourse and the plunder of Beijing, 1900-1901 / James L. Hevia -- Scandals of empire: the looting of North China and the Japanese public sphere / Ben Middleton -- After the fall: Tianjin under foreign occupation, 1900-1902 / Lewis Bernstein -- The Boxer Uprising and India: globalizing myths / C.A. Bayly -- The Boxer Uprising and British foreign policy: the end of isolation / T.G. Otte -- Humanizing the Boxers / Paul A. Cohen.