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Diverse Driving Emotions

Exploring Chinese Migrants’ Mobilities in a Car-Dependent City

Sophie-May Kerr, Natascha Klocker, and Gordon Waitt

crying driving … If I had a Chinese husband it could be very different again, my Chinese husband probably wouldn’t be making me drive. —Chen (aged 23) Driving cultures are sustained by “feelings.” 1 Chen was born in mainland China and moved to

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Modern Mobilities in Mainland China

A Review of the Academic Field

Nanny Kim and Xu Tao

Modern transport history in China is rooted in academic support of the modernization effort. Influential and creative historians of the Republican period (1911–1949) reformulated “mobility history” (交通史) as an academic discipline. Its approaches were inspired by Western historical method as well as sociology and ethnology, but retained the tradition of an erudite consideration of all written texts as potential sources. From the 1950s, however, the field became a rarely visited sideline of history. With the restoration and vigorous expansion of academic research since the 1980s, transport and mobility gradually reemerged as a key interest among historians. By the turn of the century, the number of scholars working in this subdiscipline approached critical mass. In 2009, a group of historians working on railroads founded the Association for the History of Modern Chinese Mobility and Society (中国近代交通社会史研究学会). Jiang Pei 江沛 of Nankai University, Tianjin, was the initiator of the association and organized the first meeting. The second meeting, in 2011, was organized by Ding Xianyong 丁贤勇 of Hangzhou Normal University. The third meeting in fall 2012 will be hosted by Fudan University, Shanghai. The following is a brief survey of the field of mobility studies in mainland China, aiming not for exhaustive completeness but for an introduction to non-Chinese-speaking colleagues.

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Julián Antonio Moraga Riquelme, Leslie E. Sponsel, Katrien Pype, Diana Riboli, Ellen Lewin, Marina Pignatelli, Katherine Swancutt, Alejandra Carreño Calderón, Anastasios Panagiotopoulos, Sergio González Varela, Eugenia Roussou, Juan Javier Rivera Andía, Miho Ishii, Markus Balkenhol, and Marcelo González Gálvez

Legitimation in Contemporary China , 158 pp., references, index. New York: Berghahn Books, 2019. Hardback, $120.00. ISBN 9781785339943. Chinese divinatory practices—and especially those that have arisen from the Yijing ( Book of Changes )—are famously

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Migration and Modernization in China

One Family's Sacrifice

Arianne Gaetano

Last Train Home (guitu lieche 归途列车) 2009. Produced by Mila Aung-Th win and Daniel Cross (executive producers) with Bob Moore (co-producer) and Zhao Qi (executive producer). Directed by Lixin Fan. Documentary. Cast: Changhua Zhan, Suqin Chen, Qin Zhang, Yang Zhang, Tingsui Tang (as themselves).

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Amy Binning

sangha (community), natural disasters, and mounting warfare, among other misfortunes, undoubtedly allow for events like California's earthquakes to be read as signposts of our age of decline. The specific context of China's Cultural Revolution (1966

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An Ethics of Response

Protestant Christians’ Relation with God and Elsewheres

Ingie Hovland

, Santalistan (India), or China—either from a letter or from published pieces in mission magazines. The minutes occasionally record that they enjoyed coffee, tea, and sandwiches. Finally, there was always a ‘prayer time’ at the end of each meeting, as one of the

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Natalia Buitron and Hans Steinmüller

Emperor in China and the Catholic God of rural Spain, for instance, clearly possess the means to make populations legible in ways that are very similar to worldly bureaucracies and empires (see, e.g., Christian 1989 ; Feuchtwang 2001 ). But what about

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Introduction

Communities Reimagining Sharedness in Belief and Practice

Sarah Hillewaert and Chantal Tetreault

Bruce Mannheim , eds. 1995 . The Dialogic Emergence of Culture . Urbana : University of Illinois Press . Woronov , T. E. 2015 . Class Work: Vocational Schools and China's Urban Youth . Stanford, CA : Stanford University Press .

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Sarah M. Hillewaert

(using heat), is part of both Chinese and Islamic traditional medicine (the latter known as hijama ). The popularity of the cupping clinic among locals had confused me. Since hijama is part of Islamic medicine and a Sunnah, a recommended following of

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The Christian Right and Refugee Rights

The Border Politics of Anti-communism and Anti-discrimination in South Korea

Angie Heo

granted special autonomous status to run an independent visa policy and promote tourism development, leading to an influx of migrant mainlander and Chinese settlers. Before the 1990s, Jeju was among the poorer South Korean provinces, isolated from the