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Harvard Studies in American-East Asian Relations 6

The Missionary Enterprise in China and America

Edited by John King Fairbank

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  • Introduction: The Many Faces of Protestant Missions in China and the United States [John K. Fairbank]
  • I. Protestant Missions in American Expansion
    • Near East Notes and Far East Queries [James A. Field, Jr.]
    • Evangelical Logistics: Mission Support and Resources to 1920 [Valentin H. Rabe]
    • The Student Volunteer Movement and Its Role in China Missions, 1886–1920 [Clifton J. Phillips]
    • Modernism and Missions: The Liberal Search for an Exportable Christianity, 1875–1935 [William R. Hutchison]
  • II. Christianity and the Transformation of China
    • The Theology of American Missionaries in China, 1900–1950 [M. Searle Bates]
    • Christianity in the Chinese Idiom: Young J. Allen and the Early [Chiao-huih sin-pao], 1868–1870 [Adrian A. Bennett and Kwang-Ching Liu]
    • Littoral and Hinterland in Nineteenth Century China: The “Christian” Reformers [Paul A. Cohen]
    • Christianity and Nationalism: The Career of Wu Lei-ch’uan at Yenching University [Philip West]
  • III. China Mission Images and American Policies
    • Ends and Means: Missionary Justification of Force in Nineteenth Century China [Stuart Creighton Miller]
    • Why They Stayed: American Church Politics and Chinese Nationalism in the Twenties [Shirley Stone Garrett]
    • The Missionary Response to the Nationalist Revolution [Paul A. Varg]
    • The Missionary Enterprise and Theories of Imperialism [Arthur Schlesinger, Jr.]
  • Abbreviations
  • Notes
  • Glossary
  • Index

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