China and the Christian Colleges 1850 1950

"Today Australian Rules football is a billion-dollar business, with superstar players, high-profile presidents and enough scandals to fill a soap opera.

Author: Jessie Gregory Lutz

Publisher: Ithaca : Cornell University Press

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Category: Social Science

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"Today Australian Rules football is a billion-dollar business, with superstar players, high-profile presidents and enough scandals to fill a soap opera. The game has changed beyond recognition - or has it?. Geoffrey Blainey documents the birth and evolution of our great national game." (Back cover).

China s Christian Colleges

The U.S. government grant to the engineering school in 1962 is mentioned in
Robert College of Istanbul, Turkey, 7. On prime ... Jessie G. Lutz, China and the
Christian Colleges, 18501950 (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1971). 5.

Author: Daniel Bays

Publisher: Stanford University Press

ISBN: 0804776326

Category: History

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China's Christian Colleges explores the cross-cultural dynamics that existed on the campuses of the Protestant Christian colleges in China during the first half of the twentieth century. Focusing on two-way cultural influences rather than on missionary efforts or Christianization, these campuses, most of which were American-supported and had a distinctly American flavor, were laboratories or incubators of mutual cultural interaction that has been very rare in modern Chinese history. In this Sino-foreign cultural territory, the collaborative educational endeavor between Westerners and Chinese created a highly unusual degree of cultural hybridity in some Americans and Chinese. The thirteen essays of the book provide concrete examples of why even today, more than a half-century after the colleges were taken over by the state, long-lasting cultural results of life in the colleges remain.

Christianity and the Transformation of Physical Education and Sport in China

Gregory, China and the Christian Colleges, 18501950: 210. 13 H.K. Bhabha,
Nation and Narration (Hoboken: Taylor & Francis, 2013), 1–7. T. Yamamoto and
S. Yamamoto, “The Anti-Christian Movement in China, 1922–1927,” The Far East
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Author: Huijie Zhang

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

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Despite the popularity of sport in contemporary China, the practice of physical education is not indigenous to its culture. Strenuous physical activity was traditionally linked to low class and status in the pre-modern Chinese society. The concept of modern PE was introduced to China by Western Christian missionaries and directors of the Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA). It then grew from a tool for Christian evangelism to a strategic instrument in Chinese nation-building. This book examines the transformation of Chinese attitudes toward PE and sport, drawing on the concepts of cultural imperialism and nationalism to understand how an imported Western activity became a key aspect of modernization for the Chinese state. More specifically, it looks at the relationship between Christianity and the rise of Chinese nationalism between 1840 and 1937. Combining historical insight with original research, this book sheds new light on the evolution of PE and sport in modern China. It is fascinating reading for all those with an interest in sports history, Chinese culture and society, Christianity, physical education or the sociology of sport.

Modern Chinese Religion II 1850 2015 2 vols

117–35; Kwok, “Chinese women and Protestant Christianity,” p. 204. 20 Jessie G.
Lutz, China and the Christian colleges: 18501950 (Ithaca, 1971), especially pp.
130– 60; Ryan Dunch, “Science, religion, and the classics in Christian higher ...

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ISBN: 9004304649

Category: Religion

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This book examines the transformation of values in China since 1850, first in the “secular” realms of economics, science, medicine, aesthetics, media and gender, and then in each of the major religions (Confucianism, Buddhism, Daoism, Christianity) and in Marxist discourse.

War and Occupation in China

The standard history is Jessie Gregory Lutz, China and the Christian Colleges,
18501950 (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1971). More recent treatments
include Bays, Christianity in China; Daniel H. Bays and Ellen Widmer, China's ...

Author: Charles Bright

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 1611462320

Category: History

Page: 336

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A fresh eyewitness account of the Japanese invasion of mid-China in 1937-1938, these letters by an American missionary in Hangzhou provide a vividly detailed, first-hand account of the spread of war from Shanghai across the Yangzi valley and the subsequent ordeals of military occupation seen against the better-known backdrop of the Nanjing Massacre – one man’s embedded experience in one major Chinese city of one chaotic year of war. Already 25 years in Republican China and fluent in the language when the Japanese arrived, the author was well-placed as both an observer of, and participant in harrowing events – the provost of the Hangzhou Christian College and responsible for its campus, president of the local Red Cross which organized refugee camps and shelter for those displaced by the looting and raping that ensued, and chairman of an International Committee which sought to mediate between Japanese and Chinese forces in an effort to limit destruction and then to negotiate with the occupation regime on a day-to-day basis. The letters – written twice weekly – describe pitched battles and aerial bombing, the fearful conditions of civilian refugees, the exigencies of the missionary enterprise and the experiences of foreign neutrals in wartime China, as well as the practical dilemmas of collaboration that arose under occupation – moving about, protecting refugees, procuring food, tending a dairy herd, and ministering to embattled congregations. The letters are fully annotated to give readers a fuller perspective on places, people, and events that surround the eyewitness accounts. A substantially researched introductory essay provides necessary historical background and situates the author in a longer missionary career that began in 1911 and ended with wartime internment in 1943.

China Review International

Daniel Bays and Ellen Widmer dedicate their volume to Jessie G. Lutz , one of
the first American scholars to write critically and systematically about Christian
colleges in China ( China and the Christian Colleges , 1850-1950 ( Ithaca , NY ...

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Managing God s Higher Learning

U.S.-China Cultural Encounter and Canton Christian College (Lingnan University
), 1888-1952 Dong Wang. 1970s , witnessed the publication of Jessie G . Lutz ' s
pioneering study , China and the Christian Colleges 18501950 and Philip ...

Author: Dong Wang

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Argues that as the first co-educational institution of higher learning in China, Lingnan University found ways to adapt and layer a Christian presence at a time when the nationalization and secularization of higher education was making rapid headway.

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1909 03290 中国留学生在北美合众国的教育情况/ (日)奥宽太郎/ / 1930年 The
Educational Situation of Chinese ... 1970 03300 中国与基督教大学, 1850 — 1950
/鲁珍啼/ /康奈尔大学出版社, 1971年 China and the Christian Colleges , 1850
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复旦大学美国研究中心,复旦大学历史系资助出版

Bilingual journal of the cole fran aise d Extr me Orient

Thereafter , many scholars undertook research in this area , and the study of
Christian colleges in China flourished as more archives reopened and
conferences were held . ... See Jessie Lutz , China and the Christian Colleges ,
1850 - 1950 .

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Chinese Politics and Christian Missions

The Anti-Christian Movements of 1920-28 Jessie Gregory Lutz ... The Emergence
of a Protestant Christian Apologetics in the Chinese Church during the Anti -
Christian Movement . " Diss . ... China and the Christian Colleges , 18501950 .

Author: Jessie Gregory Lutz

Publisher: Cross Cultural Publications/Crossroads

ISBN: 9780940121058

Category: Religion

Page: 410

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Changing Paradigms of Christian Higher Education in China 1888 1950

The lack of serious research has been somehow compensated by the work of
American scholars such as Jessie Lutz ' s China and the Christian Colleges ,
1850 - 1950 , and Philip West ' s Yenching University and Sino - Western
Relations .

Author: Peter Tze Ming Ng

Publisher: Edwin Mellen Press

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Category: Education

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The American Board in China

Jessie Gregory Lutz , China and the Christian Colleges , 1850 - 1950 , ( Ithaca , N
. Y . ; Cornell University Press , 1971 ) , p . 81 . See also Cyrus H . Peake ,
Nationalism and Education in Modern China , ( N . Y . : Columbia University
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Author: Janet Elaine Heininger

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Category: Congregational churches

Page: 686

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The Boxer Indemnity

Jessie G . Lutz , China and the Christian Colleges , 1850 - 1950 ( Ithaca : Cornell
University Press , 1971 ) , p . 221 . * Chow , The May Fourth Movement :
Intellectual Revolution in Modern China , pp . 323 - 324 ; Lutz , China and the
Christian ...

Author: Terence Eldon Brockhausen

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Category: China

Page: 453

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Asian Forum

The colleges are examined more perceptively in Jessie Gregory Lutz , China and
the Christian Colleges , 1850 - 1950 ( Ithaca , New York : Cornell University
Press , 1971 ) ; Arne Sovik , “ Church and State in Republican China : A Survey ...

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Ding

as Chinese historians often refer to the subject the " invasion of the imperialist
culture " , they are clearly seeking an ... was made , however , the question of the
title , CHINA AND THE CHRISTIAN COLLEGES , 1850-1950 , posed problems .

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Bulletin of the History of Medicine

After the rebellion emphasis was placed on the development of “ union ” schools ,
whereby the smaller institutions were ... J. G. Lutz , China and the Christian
Colleges , 1850-1950 ( Ithaca and London : Cornell University Press , 1971 ) , pp
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Includes the Transactions of the 15th- annual meetings of the American Association of the History of Medicine, 1939-

Modern Chinese Literature

The University , like all Christian colleges in China , was having to downgrade its
religious activities in the face of the ... Jessie Gregory Lutz , China and the
Christian Colleges , 1850 - 1950 ( Ithaca , New York : Cornell University Press ,
1971 ) ...

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China Notes

... Notre Dame , Indiana . This study of the Anti - Christian Movements , 1920 - 28
grew out of Jessie G. Lutz ' research work of almost two decades ago on the
Protestant colleges in China ( China and the Christian Colleges , 1850-1950 ...

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Asia Major

Jessie Gregory Lutz , China and the Christian Colleges , 18501950 . xiii + 575
pp . , Ithaca and London , Cornell University Press , 1971. £ 7.60 . An objective
history of the Christian Colleges in China is to be welcomed ; and Professor Lutz
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Issues Studies

SV re Most Chinese Christians were organized along denominational lines of
their missionary mentors . ... D . C . : Christian College Consortium , 1978 ) ;
Jessie Gregory Lutz , China and the Christian Colleges , 1850 - 1950 ( Ithaca and
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