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English lessons : the pedagogy of imperialism in nineteenth-century China

責任表示 James L. Hevia
データ種別 図書
出版者 Durham, N.C. ; London : Duke University Press
出版者 Hong Kong : Hong Kong University Press
出版年 2003
本文言語 英語
大きさ xviii, 387 p., 3 p. of plates : ill., maps ; 24 cm
概要 Inserting China into the history of nineteenth-century colonialism, English Lessons explores the ways that Euroamerican imperial powers humiliated the Qing monarchy and disciplined the Qing polity in ...he wake of multipower invasions of China in 1860 and 1900. James L. Hevia focuses on the processes by which Great Britain enacted a pedagogical project that was itself a form of colonization, instructing the Manchu-Chinese elite on "proper" behavior in a world dominated by multiple imperial powers. The aim was to "bring China low" and make it a willing participant in British strategic goals in Asia. These lessons not only transformed the Qing dynasty but ultimately contributed to its destruction. Hevia examines British Foreign Office documents, diplomatic memoirs, auction house and museum records, nineteenth-century scholarship on Chinese history and culture, campaign records, and photographs. By analyzing the circulation of military loot in Europe, the creation of an art history of "things Chinese," the construction of a field of knowledge about China, and the Great Game rivalry between Britain, Russia, and the Qing empire in Central Asia, he shows how Britain refigured its imperial project in China as a cultural endeavor. Book jacket.
Inserting China into the history of nineteenth-century colonialism, English Lessons explores the ways that Euroamerican imperial powers humiliated the Qing monarchy and disciplined the Qing polity in the wake of multipower invasions of China in 1860 and 1900. James L. Hevia focuses on the processes by which Great Britain enacted a pedagogical project that was itself a form of colonization, instructing the Manchu-Chinese elite on "proper" behavior in a world dominated by multiple imperial powers. The aim was to "bring China low" and make it a willing participant in British strategic goals in Asia. These lessons not only transformed the Qing dynasty but ultimately contributed to its destruction. Hevia examines British Foreign Office documents, diplomatic memoirs, auction house and museum records, nineteenth-century scholarship on Chinese history and culture, campaign records, and photographs. By analyzing the circulation of military loot in Europe, the creation of an art history of "things Chinese," the construction of a field of knowledge about China, and the Great Game rivalry between Britain, Russia, and the Qing empire in Central Asia, he shows how Britain refigured its imperial project in China as a cultural endeavor. Book jacket.
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目次 Introduction: Imperialism, Colonialism, and China
The Arrow War, 1856-1860
Violence and the Rule of Law in China, 1856-1858
Bejing 1860: Loot, Prize, and a Solemn Act of Retribution
Constructing a New Order
The Qing Empire in the Era of European Global Hegemony
A Reign of Terror: Punishment and Retribution in Beijing and Its Environs
Desacralizing Qing Sovereignty, 1900-1901
Mnemonic Devices: Memorializing the West as Victim and Hero
The Return of the Repressed, Recirculations, and Chinese Patriotism

所蔵情報

: pbk 言文 中国語04 058212006009895 222.06/H 53 2004

書誌詳細

一般注記 Includes bibliographical references (p. [351]-373) and index
著者標目 *Hevia, James Louis, 1947-
件 名 LCSH:Imperialism -- History -- 19th century  全ての件名で検索
LCSH:China -- Foreign relations -- Great Britain  全ての件名で検索
LCSH:Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- China  全ての件名で検索
LCSH:China -- Foreign relations -- 1644-1912  全ての件名で検索
LCSH:Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- 1837-1901  全ての件名で検索
分 類 DC21:951.033
書誌ID 1001260070
ISBN 0822331888
NCID BA65445516
巻冊次 : pbk ; ISBN:0822331888
: cloth ; ISBN:0822331519
NBN BA3V1488
登録日 2009.09.18
更新日 2009.09.18

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