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Peter ZARROW 沙培德
國籍 Nationality:美國 USA
漢學研究中心1992, 2001年受獎學人
 
   
   
漢學研究中心獎助學人

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研究機構: Department of History, University of Connecticut
康乃狄克大學歷史系
職稱: 教授
研究主題: The Heritage of Monarchy and the Construction of National Identity
帝制遺產之新國家認同建構

研究機構: Department of History, University of Connecticut
康乃狄克大學歷史系
職稱: 教授


   
著作目錄(專書) Work catalog
著作目錄(文章) Article catalog
  • Kingship without Ritual : The Rationalized State Ideal in the Late Qing
  • “A Question of Civil Religion: Three Case Studies in the Intellectual History of ‘May Fourth’,” Twentieth Century China vol. 44, no. 2 (May 2019), pp. 150-160
  • “New Culture Liberalism: Perspectives from the Study of Transnational Concepts,” 《思想史》Intellectual History (Taipei) no. 8 (December 2018), pp. 149-215
  • “China: Vicissitudes of Definitions,” forum on “Perspectives on Democracy,” Perspectives on History vol. 54, no. 6 (September 2016), pp. 22-23
  • “Felling a Dynasty, Founding a Republic,” pp. 90-117 in Jeffrey N. Wasserstrom, ed., The Oxford Illustrated History of Modern China, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2016.
  • “An Essay in Comparative Intellectual History: Datongshu and Looking Backward,” 《思想史》Intellectual History (Taipei) no. 2 (March 2014), pp. 283-311
  • “One, Two, Many Revolutions,” Journal of Modern Chinese History vol. 7, no. 2 (2013), pp. 254-257
  • (With Brian Moloughney), “Making History Modern: The Transformation of Chinese Historiography, 1895-1937,” pp. 1-45 in Brian Moloughney and Peter Zarrow, eds., Transforming History: The Making of a Modern Academic Discipline in Twentieth-Century China, Chinese University Press, Hong Kong, 2011
  • “Discipline and Narrative: Chinese History Textbooks in the Early Twentieth Century,” pp. 169-207 in Brian Moloughney and Peter Zarrow, eds., Transforming History: The Making of a Modern Academic Discipline in Twentieth-Century China, Chinese University Press, Hong Kong, 2011
  • “Chinese Press Accounts of the 1911 Revolution: Seeing ‘Revolution,’” China Information, vol. 25, no. 3 (November 2011), pp. 233-256.
  • “Chinese Conceptions of the State during the Late Qing Dynasty (1860-1911),” pp. 235-259 in Takashi Shogimen and Cary J. Nederman, eds., Western Political Thought in Dialogue with Asia, Lexington Books/Roman and Littlefield, Lanham, MD, 2009
  • “Social Forces and Political Developments: The Making of the Twentieth-Century Chinese State,” pp. 20-45 in Kam Louie, ed., The Cambridge Companion to Modern Chinese Culture, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, Eng., 2008
  • “National History Textbooks in Late Qing China: Stories, Memories and Identities,” pp. 313-336 in the Macau Ricci Institute, ed., History and Memory: Present Reflections on the Past to Build Our Future, Instituto Ricci de Macau, Macau, 2008
  • “Anti-Despotism and ‘Rights Talk’: The Intellectual Origins of Modern Human Rights Thinking in the Late Qing,” Modern China, vol. 34, no. 2 (April 2008), pp. 179-209
  • “The New Schools and National Identity: Chinese History Textbooks in the Late Qing,” pp. 21-54 in Tze-ki Hon and Robert J. Culp, eds., The Politics of Historical Production in Late Qing and Republican China, Brill, Leiden, 2007
  • “Liang Qichao and the Conceptualization of ‘Race’ in Late Qing China,”《中央研究院近代史研究所集刊》Bulletin of the Institute of Modern History, Academia Sinica 52 (June 2006), pp. 113-164
  • “Introduction: New Discourses and Everyday Life in Modern China,” pp. 1-21 in Peter Zarrow, ed., Creating Chinese Modernity: Knowledge and Everyday Life, 1900-1940, Peter Lang, New York, 2006
  • “Constitutionalism and the Imagination of the State: Official Views of Political Reform in the Late Qing,” pp. 51-82 in Peter Zarrow, ed., Creating Chinese Modernity: Knowledge and Everyday Life, 1900-1940, Peter Lang, New York, 2006
  • “Historical Trauma: Anti-Manchuism and Memories of Atrocity in Late Qing China,” History and Memory, vol. 16, no. 2 (fall/winter 2004), pp. 67-107
  • “Late Qing Reformism and the Meiji Model: Kang Youwei, Liang Qichao, and the Japanese Emperor,” pp. 40-67 in Joshua A. Fogel, ed., The Role of Japan in Liang Qichao’s Introduction of Modern Western Civilization to China, Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California, Berkeley, 2004.
  • “The Imperial Word in Stone: Stele Inscriptions at Chengde,” pp. 146-163 in James A. Millward, Ruth W. Dunnell, Mark C. Elliott, and Philippe C. Forêt, eds., New Qing Imperial History: The Making of Inner Asian Empire at Qing Chengde, RoutledgeCurzon, London, 2004
  • “Old Myth into New History: The Building Blocks of Liang Qichao’s ‘New History’,” Historiography East and West vol. 1, no. 2 (December 2003), pp. 204-241
  • “Conflicting Emotions: Aspects of the Personal and Public in the Late Qing,” pp. 227-278, vol. 2, in Ping-chen Hsiung 熊秉真, ed., “Concealing to Reveal”: An International Scholarly Conference on “the Private” and “Sentiment” in Chinese History and Culture 《欲掩彌彰:中國歷史文化中的「私」與「情」》公義篇, Center for Chinese Studies 漢學研究中心, Taipei, 2003
  • “Anarchismus,” pp. 13-14 in Brunhild Staiger, Stefan Friedrich, and Hans-Wilm Shütte, eds., Das grosse China-Lexikon, Primus Verlag, Darmstadt, 2003
  • (With Hong-yuan Chu), “Modern Chinese Nationalism: The Formative Stage,” pp. 3-26 in George C.X. Wei and Xiaoyuan Liu, eds., Exploring Nationalisms of China: Themes and Conflicts, Greenwood Press, Westport, CT, 2002
  • “The Origins of Modern Chinese Concepts of Privacy: Notes on Social Structure and Moral Discourse,” pp. 121-146 in Bonnie S. McDougall and Anders Hansson, eds., Chinese Concepts of Privacy, E.J. Brill, Leiden, 2002
  • (With Rebecca Karl), “Introduction,” pp. 1-16 in Rebecca Karl and Peter Zarrow, eds., Rethinking the Reform Movement of 1898: Political and Cultural Change in Modern China, Harvard University Asia Center Publications, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA, 2002
  • “The Reform Movement, the Monarchy, and Political Modernity,” pp. 17-47 in Rebecca Karl and Peter Zarrow, eds., Rethinking the Reform Movement of 1898: Political and Cultural Change in Modern China, Harvard University Asia Center Publications, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA, 2002
  • “Political Ritual in the Early Republic of China,” pp. 149-188 in Kai-wing Chow, Kevin Doak, and Poshek Fu, eds., Constructing Nationhood in Modern East Asia: Narrative Schemes, Nostalgia, and Ambiguity of Identities, University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, 2001
  • “Meanings of China’s Cultural Revolution: Memoirs of Exile,” positions: east asia cultures critique, vol. 7, no. 1 (spring 1999), pp. 165-191
  • “Democracy in Twentieth-Century China: Notes on a Discourse,” Journal of Chinese Philosophy, vol. 26, no. 1 (March 1999), pp. 121-146
  • “Historical Perspectives on Public Philosophy in Modern China,” Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs, Monograph no. 1 from the series “Toward A New Public Philosophy: A Global Reevaluation of Democracy at Century’s End,” 1997
  • “Citizenship and Human Rights in Early Twentieth-Century Chinese Thought,” pp. 226-250 in Wm. Theodore de Bary and Tu Wei-ming, eds., Confucianism and Human Rights, Columbia University Press, New York, 1997
  • “Anarchist Movement,” “Liu Shipei,” “National Essence,” “Subao Case,” “Wu Zhihui,” “Zhang Binglin,” in Ke-wen Wang, ed., East Asian Nationalism: An Encyclopedia of Modern History, Garland Press, New York, 1997
  • “Introduction: Citizenship in China and the West,” pp. 3-38 in Joshua A. Fogel and Peter Zarrow, eds., Imagining the People: Chinese Intellectuals and the Concept of Citizenship, 1890-1920, M.E. Sharpe, Armonk, NY, 1997
  • “Liang Qichao and the Notion of Civil Society in Republican China,” pp. 232-257 in Joshua A. Fogel and Peter Zarrow, eds., Imagining the People: Chinese Intellectuals and the Concept of Citizenship, 1890-1920, M.E. Sharpe, Armonk, NY, 1997
  • “Editor’s Introduction: Symposium on Citizenship and Society in the Late Qing and Early Republic,” Chinese Studies in History, vol. 29, no. 4 (summer 1996), pp. 3-7
  • “He Zhen and Anarcho-feminism in China,” Journal of Asian Studies, vol. 47, no. 4 (November 1988), pp. 796-813
 
 
 


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