中国传统认同与其现代变迁课程详细信息

课程号 30340048 学分 2
英文名称 Chinese Traditional Identity and its transformation after 1949
先修课程 None
中文简介 Who is Chinese? How did Chinese people think about themselves? How did this identity change throughout the Revolution? This course will lead you explore several key phenomenon of the identity transformation in 20th century China. The first target of this introductory course is to help students to understand the basic structure of Chinese traditional identity from a perspective of sociology. Based on this understanding, this course will further the topic into the transformation of Chinese traditional identity after 1949, especially during the Land Revolution and today’s Reform and Open policy period. Required readings include both Chinese classical texts and modern sociological/anthropological works. A study tour of The Military Museum of the Chinese People’s Revolution and several movies will be arranged for students understanding of this transformation.
英文简介 Who is Chinese? How did Chinese people think about themselves? How did this identity change throughout the Revolution? This course will lead you explore several key phenomenon of the identity transformation in 20th century China. The first target of this introductory course is to help students to understand the basic structure of Chinese traditional identity from a perspective of sociology. Based on this understanding, this course will further the topic into the transformation of Chinese traditional identity after 1949, especially during the Land Revolution and today’s Reform and Open policy period. Required readings include both Chinese classical texts and modern sociological/anthropological works. A study tour of The Military Museum of the Chinese People’s Revolution and several movies will be arranged for students understanding of this transformation.
开课院系 北京大学教务部
通选课领域  
是否属于艺术与美育
平台课性质  
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授课语言 英文
教材
参考书
教学大纲 Week1.
1. General Introductory;
2. China’s traditional society: rural society;
3. Fei Xiaotong: Cha-Xu-Ge-Ju
4. Discussions;
Week2.
1. New Cultural Movement;
2. Society before the Revolution;
3. China’s Revolution as a background of the Land Revolution;
4. Discussions.
Week 3.
1. The Land Revolution1: Basic Idea and its complexity;
2. Emotion works: Revolutionary technique ;
3. Study tour: The Military Museum of the Chinese People’s Revolution;
4. Discussions.

Week 4. Reform and Open period
1. Land Reconsideration:What is the land?
2. Globalization and its migration workers in China; Short video: Apple’s lie;
3. The Secret Tradition: traditional power in daily life;
4. Discussions;

Confucius,  Analects, In Legge, J. (1966). The Chinese classics (Di 2 ban. ed.). Vol. I.  Taibei: Wen xing shu dian.

Hsiao Ching, Confucius, & Legge, J. (1966). The Sacred books of China: The texts of Confucianism. Delhi,: Motilal Banarsidass.

Fei, Xiaotong. (1992). From the Soil, the Foundations of Chinese Society: a Translation of Fei Xiaotong`s Xiangtu Zhongguo, With an Introduction and Epilogue. Translated by Gary G. Hamilton and Wang Zheng. Berkeley: University of California Press.
_____ (1939). Peasant Life in China: a Field Study of Country Life in the Yangtze Valley. London : G. Routledge and sons, ltd
Lin ,J.Y,"Collectivization and China`s Agricultural Crisis in 1959-1961",Journal of Political Economic ,1990,Vol.98,No.6;.
Hinton, William. (1967). Fanshen: A Documentary of Revolution in a Chinese Village. New York: Monthly Review Press.

Huang, Philip C. C. (1995). Rural Class Struggle in the Chinese Revolution: Representational and Objective Realities from the Land Reform to the Cultural Revolution. In Modern China 21, No.1, Symposium: Rethinking the Chinese Revolution. Paradigmatic Issues in Chinese Studies, IV, 105-143.  Published by: Sage Publications, Inc.
____(1985). The Peasant Economy and Social Change in North China. Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press.

Lu, Xun. (1990). Diary of a Madman and Other Stories. Translated by William A. Lyell. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.


Mao, Tse-Tung. (1926). Analysis of the Classes in Chinese Society. In Mao, Tse-Tun, Selected Works of Mao, Tse-Tung Vol. 1 (pp.13-21). Beijing: Foreign Languages Press 1965.
____(1927). Report On An Investigation Of The Peasant Movement In Hunan. In Mao, Tse-Tun, Selected Works of Mao, Tse-Tung, Vol. 1 (pp.23-59). Beijing: Foreign Languages Press 1965.
       1937. How to Differentiate the Classes in the Rural Areas. In Mao, Tse-Tun, Selected Works of Mao, Tse-Tung. Vol. 1 (pp137-39). Beijing: Foreign Languages Press 1965.

Pun Ngai and Lu Huilin. The Foxconn production model and the new era of student Workers. in Rudolf Traub-Merz and Kinglun Ngok (eds) Industrial Democracy in China. China Social Sciences Press.

Sun, Feiyu, 2012, Social Suffering and Political Confession: Suku in Modern China. Singapore: World Scientific Publishing Co.Pte. Ltd.

Zhou Feizhou and Camille Bourguigonon, “Land Reform throughout the 20th Century China” in Hans P. Binswanger-Mkhize, Camille Bourguignon, and Rogier van den Brink (Eds.) Agricultural Land Redistribution: Toward Greater Consensus.2009, The world Bank, Washington, D.C.
—— “Creating Wealth: Land Seizure, Local Government, and Farmers”, in D. Davis and F. Wang eds, Creating Wealth and Poverty in Postsocialist China. 2009, Stanford University Press.
1. Attendance and class discussions (20%)
2. Weekly essays (40%)
Two journal entries (500 words or two double-space pages for each entry.)
3. The Final Report (40%)
1000 words or no less than four double-space pages.
教学评估 孙飞宇:
学年度学期:16-17-3,课程班:中国传统认同与其现代变迁1,课程推荐得分:null,教师推荐得分:null,课程得分分数段:80及以下;