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China Inside Out

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Pál Nyíri
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Joana Breidenbach

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Page numbers in Italics indicate marginal references to text boxes.

“A Beijing Man in New York” (soap opera,

Barme on), 164

agency (Nyíri on), 67

authenticity, who controlled it during the Cultural Revolution (Lomanov on), 50

Anderson, Benedict R. O’G., Imagined Communities, 5–6, 46,123, 206, 238

Asian values” (Nyíri on), 170–172

assimilation, example of, 79

authenticity (Duara on), 18–19, 25, 56, 102

centrality of Central Asia (Gladney on), 239

China Can Say No (editors about the book), 64–65

China – overseas Chinese relations, history of (Nyíri on), 148–150

Chinese empire in the late 19th century (Spence on), 183–185

Chinese modernity (Ong, Dikötter, Nyíri and students on), 25

cross-border Tais (Edwards on), 52

cultural globalization (Breidenbach and Zukrigl on), 9–15, 293

deconstructing Whiteness, 253 deconstruction (Duara on), 4, 18

de-territorialized nation-state (Glick Schiller, Basch and Szanton Blanc on), 109, 158

development, standards of (Nyíri on), 89

Diaspora (Ong on), 101

Dikotter on his approach to the study of China, 177–179

Duara on his conceptual approach, 36–37

de-territorialization, implications of for research, 103

Edwards on her intellectual trajectory, 206–207

ethnic continuum within and beyond the Han (Dikütter on), 114

family planning benefits for minorities (Dikotter on), 113

gender and nation (Edwards on), 254

Gladney on his approach, 240

“Greater China” (Ong on), 20

homogeneity of Asian states (Hobsbawm on), 252–253

immigration policy, discussion on, 95–97

importance of who controls media (Duara on), 124

insider’s and outsider’s view (Nyíri on), 56

Jew, myth of, 198–199

lineage revival (Gladney on), 284

media, role in constructing the identity of “new migrants” from China (Nyiri on), 125

mediated transnationalism (Schein on), 128–139, 159

migration estimates (Lomanov on), 144–145

mimesis (Taussig on), 272

minority marriage customs, films on, 251

“minority overseas Chinese", China’s definition of (Li Anshan on), 118–120

minorities framed by majority nationalism (Ong on), 6–7

minzu (Dikotter on), 113, 274

nationalism
coproduction of, by the state and the market (Yoshino on), 53
different kinds of (Zha on), 99

narratives of Chineseness on the periphery (Nyíri on), 45–46

nations and states, overlap between (Gellner on), 102–103

nude art, exhibition, 258

Nyíri: How did I study this?, 147

Ong’s module (Dikötter on), 1

overseas Chinese affairs organs, tactics of (Cheng and Ngok on), 152

“postnational” and “transnational", discussion on the meaning of, 109–110

“private video rooms” (Gladney on), 256

pornography in China, restrictions on (Gladney on), 256

prostitution and pornography, crackdown on in China (Gladney on), 258–259

relationality and relativity (Gladney on), 272–73

Russian Far East, interpenetration of cultures in, discussion, 79–81

Sino-Russian treaties pre- and post-Westphalia (Lomanov on), 44, 84, 216
irreconcilable histories of (Lomanov on), 41

social evolutionary theories in China (Dikotter on), 186–187

source text, how to read: Zou Rong, The Revolutionary Army (1903) (Dikotter on), 189–195

“successful new migrant", portrait of, 163

terminology, tyranny of (Gladney on), 243

transnational media, studying of (Schein and Nyíri on), 174–175

transnational politics, discussion, 111–112

transnationalism, methodological problems of the study of (Nyíri on), 121–2

“tribe", debate over term in anthropology, 238

tribute system (Duara on), 31–32 TV-Hui (Gladney on), 246

What’s wrong with migration theories? (Nyíri on), 104–107, 141

Who speaks for “a culture"? (Clifford on), 18

Why do Chinese do business with Chinese? (Nyíri on), 167

Xiao Jiahe, exhibition comments on, 261-262

Yugur, the (Ståhlberg on), 275

Zha’s module (Nyíri on), 55

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