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Published by East Asian Research Center, Harvard University; distributed by Harvard University Press in Cambridge .
Written in English

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  • China

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  • China -- History -- May Fourth movement, 1919

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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

StatementEdited and with an introd. by Benjamin I. Schwartz. With contributions by Charlotte Furth [and others]
SeriesHarvard East Asian monographs,, 44
ContributionsSchwartz, Benjamin Isadore, 1916- ed., Furth, Charlotte.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDS775 .R39
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 132 p.
Number of Pages132
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4585086M
ISBN 100674752309
LC Control Number77183976

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Reflections on the May Fourth Movement: A Symposium Book Description: This symposium commemorates the fiftieth anniversary of the May Fourth Movement of in China. This volume contains six essays on various aspects of the movement. The May Fourth movement has often been interpreted in the following way: (1) The demonstrations. “Reflections on China’s May Fourth Movement: an American Perspective.” Vera Schwarcz wrote an insightful book by that title. As the May Fourth Movement today marks the inaugural year of its second century, what will its ultimate legacy be? It is a question only the Chinese people themselves can answer. Reflections on the May Fourth Movement, A Symposium. Article (PDF Available) in The Journal of Asian Studies 32(3) May with Reads How we measure 'reads'. "Reflections on the May Fourth Movement" published on 01 Jul by Brill.

Synopsis Contemporary Reflections on the May Fourth Movement is the second volume under the Tan Lark Sye Professorship Lecture Series. It comprises two lectures delivered by Professor Jin Guan Tao (Cheng-chi University, Taiwan)invited Tan Lark Professor in and the respective Q&A sessions.   The May Fourth Movement was a protest by thousands of students in May , in response to China’s treatment in the Treaty of Versailles and the cession of Shandong to the Japanese. 2. The intellectual origins of this movement can be found in the New Culture Movement, a campaign of the s that challenged the role of Confucianism and.   The May Fourth Movement fundamentally shaped 20 th-century thought in China, calling for serious reflection and, at times, radical rejection of what it meant to be Chinese and what it would mean to be a modern nation-state among could the Chinese reconcile a rich history of intellectual, scientific and moral achievement with a modern reality of . Read an interview with Carlos Yu-Kai Lin. Remembering May Fourth: The Movement and its Centennial Legacy is a collective work of thirteen scholars who reflect on the question of how to remember the May Fourth Movement, one of the most iconic socio-political events in the history of modern China. The book discusses a wide range of issues concerning the relations .

  Still, May Fourth leaders were constantly sapped of energy by accusations, sometimes leveled by government officials or their proxies among the literati, that the movement was slavishly pro. Reflections on the May Fourth Movement: A Symposium. D. W. Y. Kwok. Philosophy East and West 24 (3) () Similar books and articles. The Social Consequences of the May Fourth Movement. Li Changli - - Chinese Studies in History 43 (4).   For Chinese, the Fourth of May is a day of commemoration and reflection. The May Fourth Movement was a patriotic student movement that had a far-reaching impact on modern Chinese history. It was on 4 May, , starting at Beijing University, that a large-scale student patriotic movement was born, later spreading throughout the country. The New Culture Movement was the progenitor of the May Fourth 4 May , students in Beijing aligned with the movement protested the transfer of German rights over Jiaozhou Bay to Imperial Japan rather than China at the Paris Peace Conference (the meeting setting the terms of peace at the conclusion of World War I), transforming what had been a cultural movement .