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1、Village China at war :the impact of resistance to Japan, 1937-1945 2008

摘要:"This study on the forging of Chinese communism in the furnace of the anti-Japanese war focuses on North China, where the Chinese Communist Party first took root and later expanded to conquer China. Whilst the explosive growth of the Chinese communist movement during the war years is a fact, the nature of this expansion remains disputed. Here the author examines a set of interrelated issues that have so far not received comprehensive treatment with regard to the main communist base areas of North China - regions where the CCP secured most of its recruits and where its policy programmes were most severely tested by Japanese military campaigns."--Jacket.
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2、失魂与还魂 :中国文化的困惑与出路 1995

3、比较人论 :基督教人论与中国人性论 1996

4、先驱与过客 :再说基督敎新文化运动 1996

5、传敎与敎育 :基督敎与中国近现代敎育 1996

6、迷信与信仰 :中国宗敎文化的困惑及出路 1997

7、契合与转化 :基督敎与中国文化更新之路 1997

8、人本与神本 :对于人文主义的神学反思 1998

9、解构与重建 :中国文化更新的神学思考 1998

10、破旧与立新 :中色基督敎神学初探 1998

11、U.S. Congress on Sikh struggle for freedom in India 1988

12、Soft target :how the Indian intelligence service penetrated Canada 1989

13、Rainsongs of Kotli 2004

14、On the outside looking Indian :how my second childhood changed my life 2011

15、Rural nostalgias and transnational dreams :identity and modernity among Jat Sikhs 2011

摘要:Renowned as the predominant farmers and landlords of Punjab, and long possessed of an autocthonous agricultural identity, Jat Sikhs today often live urban and diasporic lives. Rural Nostalgias and Transnational Dreams examines the formation of Jat Sikh identity amid diverse ideals and incursions of modernity, exploring the question of what it means to be Jat Sikh in the contemporary Indian city. Nicola Mooney describes a number of Jat Sikh social practices and narratives - education, professional development and employment, the making of appropriate marriage matches, and the discourse of progress - through which contemporary notions of identity are developed. She contextualizes these elements of Jat Sikh modernity against local, regional, and national histories of cultural and political differentiation, perceptions of marginality, and the expression of increasingly exclusive notions and practices of identity. Mooney argues that class practices incorporate urban Jat Sikhs into national and transnational communities, separating them from rural Jat Sikhs and confounding caste solidarities. Nevertheless, rural attachments remain important to urban identities. This is a unique ethnography that incorporates first-hand observations and local narratives to develop insights into the traditions and social memory of Jat Sikhs, as well as on the issues of urban and transnational social transformation.
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16、Fauji Banta Singh :and other stories 2014

摘要:The stories in the collection are largely about the tribulations faced by Punjabi immigrants living in Canada from the early 1970s onwards. Coming from a rural agricultural background in the Punjab to an urban industrialized center in one of the most advanced countries of the world, these migrants face numerous challenges as shown in these thirteen short fictional stories.
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17、諸儒箋解古文真實

18、新刻韓柳歐蘇六大家古文選粹評林 明萬曆三十四年書林李少泉刻本

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