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Philip C. C. Huang was a professor of history at the University of California, Los Angeles, from 1966 to 2004, and (Founding) Director of its Center for Chinese Studies, from 1986 to 1995. He has been (Founding) Editor of Modern China: An International Journal of History and Social Science since 1975 and of Zhongguo xiangcun yanjiu (Rural China: An International Journal of History and Social Science) since 2001. He is currently Chiangjiang Chair Professor at the People's University of China.

 

 

 Philip C. C. Huang's Major Publications in English   

          

Books:

Chinese Civil Justice: Past and Present, Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2010.

Code, Custom, and Legal Practice in China: the Qing and the Republic Compared, Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2001. (Based on 875 Qing and Republican cases from four counties, supplemented by detailed ethnographic information on village-level disputes in the period)

Civil Justice in China: Representation and Practice in the Qing, Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1996. (Based mainly on 628 Qing period cases from Baxian, Baodi, and Danshui-Xinzhu counties. Supplemented by magistrate handbooks and the Mantetsu ethnographic studies)

The Peasant Family and Rural Development in the Yangzi Delta, 1350-1988, Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1990. (Based on Mantetsu surveys of the 1930s, local gazetteers and agricultural treatises, and my own ethnographic research. Awarded the Levenson Prize of the Association for Asian Studies.)

The Peasant Economy and Social Change in North China, Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1985. (Based mainly on Mantetsu surveys of the 1930s and local gazetteers. Awarded the Fairbank Prize of the American Historical Association)

Chinese Communists and Rural Society, 1927-1934, (with Lynda Bell and Kathy Walker), Berkeley: Center for Chinese Studies, University of California, Berkeley, 1978.

Liang Ch'i-ch'ao and Modern Chinese Liberalism, Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1972.

 

Articles (by three topic areas)

I. Rural Society and Economy:

"China's New Age Small Farms and Their Vertical Integration: Agribusiness or Co-pos? ", Modern China, vol. 37, no. 2 (March 2011): 107-134.

"China's Neglected Informal Economy: Reality and Theory," Modern China, vol. 35, no. 4 (July 2009).

"Centralized Minimalism: Semiformal Governance by Quasi Officials and Dispute Resolution in China," Modern China, vol. 34, no. 1 (January 2008): 9-35.

"Development or Involution in 18th Century Britain and China?" Journal of Asian Studies, vol. 61, no. 2 (May 2002): 149-176. 

"Rural Class Struggle in the Chinese Revolution: Representational and Objective Realities from the Land Reform to the Cultural Revolution," in Symposium on Rethinking the Chinese Revolution: Paradigmatic Issues in Chinese Studies, IV, Modern China, vol. 21, no. 1 (January 1995): 105-143.

"The Study of Rural China's Economic History," Republican China, vol. 38, no. 1 (November 1992): 164-176.

"A Reply to Ramon Myers," Journal of Asian Studies, vol. 50, no. 3 (August 1991): 629-633.

"Mao Tse-tung and the Middle Peasants," Modern China, vol. 1, no. 3 (July 1975): 271-96.

"Analyzing the Twentieth-Century Chinese Countryside: Revolutionaries versus Western Scholarship," Modern China, vol.1, no.2 (April 1975): 132-60.

 

II. Chinese Law: Past and Present

"Whither Chinese Law?" Modern China, vol.33, no.2 (April 2007): 163-194.

"Court Mediation in China, Past and Present," Modern China, vol.32, no.3 (July 2006): 275-314.

"Civil Adjudication in China, Past and Present,"Modern China, vol.32, no.2 (April 2006): 135-180.

"Divorce Law Practices and the Origins, Myths, and Realities of Judicial Mediation in China," Modern China, vol.31, no.2 (April 2005): 151-203.  

"Women's Choices under the Law: Marriage, Divorce, and Illicit Sex in the Qing and the Republic," Modern China, vol.27, no.1 (Janurary 2001): 3-58.

"Codified Law and Magisterial Adjudication in the Qing," in Kathryn Bernhardt and Philip C. C. Huang, eds. Civil Law in Qing and Republican China, pp. 142-186. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1994.

"Civil Law in Qing and Republican China: The Issues," with Kathryn Bernhardt, in Kathryn Bernhardt and Philip C. C. Huang, eds. Civil Law in Qing and Republican China, pp. 1-12. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1994.

"Between Informal Mediation and Formal Adjudication: the Third Realm of Justice in Qing China," Modern China, vol.19, no.3 (July 1993): 251-298.

 

III. Theoretical and Methodological

The Modern Chinese Family: In Light of Economic and Legal History”, Modern China, vol. 37, no. 5 (September 2011): 459-497

"The Theoretical and Practical Implications of China's Development Experience: The Role of Informal Economic Practices", Modern China, vol.37, no.1 (January 2011):3-43.

 

"China's Neglected Informal Economy: Reality and Theory," Modern China, vol. 35, no. 4 (July 2009).

"In Search of a Chinese Modernity: Wang Hui's The Rise of Modern Chinese Thought," Modern China, vol.34, no.3 (July 2008): 396-404.

"Centralized Minimalism: Semiformal Governance by Quasi Officials and Dispute Resolution in China," Modern China, vol. 34, no. 1 (January 2008): 9-35.

"Whither Chinese Law?" Modern China, vol.33, no.2 (April 2007): 163-194.

"Biculturality in Modern China and in Chinese Studies," Modern China, vol.26, no.1 (January 2000): 3-31.

"Theory and the Study of Modern Chinese History: Four Traps and a Question," Modern China, vol.24, no.2 (April 1998): 183-208.

"Public Sphere / Civil Society in China? The Third Realm Between State and Society," Modern China, vol.19, no.2 (April 1993): 216-240.

"The Paradigmatic Crisis in Chinese Studies: Paradoxes in Social and Economic History" (Part I of the series "Paradigmatic Issues in Chinese Studies" -- see under Edited Books and Symposia), Modern China, vol.17, no.3 (July 1991): 299-341.

 

IV. Other

"In Search of a Chinese Modernity: Wang Hui's The Rise of Modern Chinese Thought," Modern China, vol.34, no.3 (July 2008): 396-404.

"County Archives and the Study of Local Social History: Report on a Year's Research in China," Modern China, vol.8, no.1 (January 1982): 133-43.

"Current Research on Ming-Qing and Modern History in China," Modern China, vol.5, no.4 (Oct. 1979): 503-23.

"Liberalism and Nationalism in Liang Ch'i-ch'ao's Thought," Monumenta Serica, 29 (1971): 521-36.

 

 Edited Books and Symposia:

The Nature of the Chinese State: Dialogues among Western and Chinese Scholars, I”, Modern China, vol.34, no.1 (January. 2008).

“Theory and Practice in the Study of Modern Chinese History: Paradigmatic Issues in Chinese Studies”, Modern China, vol.24, no.2 (April 1998).

“Code and Practice in Imperial Chinese Law”, Part I, Modern China, vol.21, no.3 (July 1995); Part II, Modern China, vol.23, no.2 (April 1997).

“Rethinking the Chinese Revolution: Paradigmatic Issues in Chinese Studies”, IV, Modern China, vol.21, no.1 (January 1995).

Civil Law in Qing and Republican China, edited with Kathryn Bernhardt, Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1994.

"Public Sphere" / "Civil Society" in China? Paradigmatic Issues in Chinese Studies, III, Modern China, vol.19, no.2 (April 1993).

“Ideology and Theory in the Study of Modern Chinese Literature: Paradigmatic Issues in Chinese Studies”, II, Modern China, vol.19, no.1 (January 1993).

“The Making of the Chinese Working Class”,Modern China, vol.9, no.4 (October 1983).

“Peasant Rebellions in China”, Modern China, vol.9, no.3 (July 1983).

“Political Economy and Popular Movements in Ming-Qing and Republican China”, (with Joseph Esherick and Linda Grove), Modern China, vol.6, no.1; vol.6, no.2; and vol. 6, no.3 (January, April, July 1980).

The Development of Underdevelopment in China,White Plains, New York: M. E. Sharpe, 1980.

“Taiwan: Society and Economy”, (with Norma Diamond), Modern China, vol.3, no.3 (July 1979).

“Literature and Revolution”, Modern China, vol.2, no.3 (April 1976).

“Mao and Marx”, Modern China, vol.2, no.4; vol.3, no.1, no.2, and no.4 (October 1976; January, April, July 1977).

“The 1911 Revolution”, Modern China, vol.2, no.2 (April 1976).

“The Rural Revolution”, Modern China, vol.1, no.2 and no.3 (April, July 1975).

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