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RA-50125-13
China Studies Research Fellowships
Steven Wheatley, American Council of Learned Societies

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Rethinking the spread of agriculture to the Tibetan Plateau (Article)
Title: Rethinking the spread of agriculture to the Tibetan Plateau
Author: Jade d'Alpoim Guedes
Author: Hongliang Lu
Author: Anke M. Hein
Author: Amanda H. Schmidt
Abstract: not available
Year: 2015
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: The Holocene, Vol. 25 Issue 9

Early Evidence for the use of Wheat and Barley as Staple Crops on the Margins of the Tibetan Plateau (Article)
Title: Early Evidence for the use of Wheat and Barley as Staple Crops on the Margins of the Tibetan Plateau
Author: Jade d'Alpoim Guedes
Abstract: not available
Year: 2015
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: Proceedings of the National Academy of the Sciences

The People Eat for Free and the Art of Collective Production in Maoist China (Article)
Title: The People Eat for Free and the Art of Collective Production in Maoist China
Author: Christine I Ho
Abstract: The Jiangsu Chinese Painting Academy's 1958 brush-and-ink painting The People Eat for Free was acclaimed as an exemplary work of collective production (jiti chuangzuo) in the early People's Republic of China. Within a history of theorizing communal creativity, collective production began as a practice of populist nationalism and became the medium of participatory socialism. An examination of the multiple versions and drafts surrounding the painting reveals the contested process of collective production and renders visible intersecting forms of state, official, artistic, and mass participation, while demonstrating the experimental nature of the socialist representational project.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: https://doi.org/10.1080/00043079.2016.1150755
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: The Art Bulletin 98, no. 3

From Madness to Mental Illness: The Achievements and Limits of Western Psychiatric Philanthropy in Republican Beijing (Book Section)
Title: From Madness to Mental Illness: The Achievements and Limits of Western Psychiatric Philanthropy in Republican Beijing
Author: Emily Baum
Abstract: not available
Year: 2016
Publisher: Shanghai: Commercial Press
Book Title: Western Medicine in China, 1800-1950

Healthy Minds, Compliant Citizens: The Politics of 'Mental Hygiene' in China, 1928-1937 (Article)
Title: Healthy Minds, Compliant Citizens: The Politics of 'Mental Hygiene' in China, 1928-1937
Author: Emily Baum
Abstract: not available
Year: 2017
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: Twentieth-Century China 42, no.3

Chinese Psychiatric Welfare in Historical Perspective (Book Section)
Title: Chinese Psychiatric Welfare in Historical Perspective
Author: Emily Baum
Editor: Paul Kadetz
Editor: Beatriz Carillo Garcia
Editor: Johanna Hood
Abstract: not available
Year: 2017
Publisher: Edward Elgar
Book Title: Handbook of Welfare in China

Choosing Cures for Mental Ills: Psychiatry and Chinese Medicine in Early Twentieth-Century China (Article)
Title: Choosing Cures for Mental Ills: Psychiatry and Chinese Medicine in Early Twentieth-Century China
Author: Emily Baum
Abstract: not available
Year: 2018
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: Asian Review of World Histories 6, no. 1


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