Contents: May 2009, Volume 35, No. 3
Two Temples, Three Religions, and a Tourist Attraction: Contesting Sacred Space on China's Ethnic Frontier
Modern China 2009 35: 227-255.
"A Married Out Daughter Is Like Spilt Water"?: Women's Increasing Contacts and Enhanced Ties with Their Natal Families in Post-Reform Rural North China
Modern China 2009 35: 256-283.
Thi Minh-Hoang Ngo
A Hybrid Revolutionary Process: The Chinese Cooperative Movement in Xiyang County, Shanxi
Modern China 2009 35: 284-312.
Private Tutorial Art Schools in the Shanghai Market Economy: The Shanghai Art School, 1913-1919
Modern China 2009 35: 313-343.
Contents: March 2009, Volume 35, No. 2
"The Emperor and the People in One Body": The Worship of Confucius and Ritual Planning in the Xinzheng Reforms, 1902—1911
Modern China 2009 35: 123-154.
The Ruins of Yuanmingyuan: Or, How to Enjoy a National Wound
Modern China 2009 35: 155-190.
Sex and Equality in Republican China: The Debate over the Adultery Law
Modern China 2009 35: 191-223.
Contents: January 2009, Volume 35, No. 1
Jennifer M. Neighbors
The Long Arm of Qing Law? Qing Dynasty Homicide Rulings in Republican Courts
Modern China 2009 35: 3-37.
Victor Shiu Chiang Cheng
Modern War on an Ancient Battlefield: The Diffusion of American Military Technology and Ideas in the Chinese Civil War, 1946—1949
Modern China 2009 35: 38-64.
Michael G. Murdock
Exploiting Anti-Imperialism: Popular Forces and Nation-State-Building During China's Northern Expedition, 1926—1927
Modern China 2009 35: 65-95.
Emily C. Dunn
"Cult," Church, and the CCP: Introducing Eastern Lightning
Modern China 2009 35: 96-119.