Journal of China in Comparative Perspective, Vol.3 Issue 1, 2017

Journal of China in Comparative Perspective, Vol.3 Issue 1, 2017

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Journal of China in Comparative Perspective (JCCP) is the only peer-reviewed academic dual language journal for social scientific, humanities and comparative studies of China in the world, published biannually in June and December in print and electronic versions from 2015 by the Global China Press. Electronic articles can be accessed online from the JCCP website after you have subscribed to the journal. For institutions, we will need your IP address/es, either on-campus, off-campus or both.

JCCP DOI https://doi.org/10.24103/JCCP Crossref
JCCP 1.1 DOI https://doi.org/10.24103/JCCP.2017.1 Crossref

Journal of China in Comparative Perspective (JCCP) is the only peer-reviewed academic journal for social scientific, humanities and comparative studies of China in the world, published biannually from 2015 (in June and December) in print and electronic versions. (《中国比较研究》是世界上唯一的用社会科学、人文科学和比较视野研究中国的匿名评审的学术期刊,于2015年起每年六月和十二月出版印刷版和电子版)。This journal participates in Crossref, the collaborative, cross-publisher reference linking service that turns citations into hyperlinks (本期刊享用Crossref的将文献引文转为超链接的跨出版社和发行商之合作平台的服务)。

ISSN 2040-0837 (print) ISSN 2040-0845 (online)
刊号 ISSN 2040-0837 (印刷版) ISSN 2040-0845 (电子版)
ISBN 978-1-910334-28-7 发行书号 ISBN 978-1-910334-28-7

Journal of China in Comparative Perspective 《中国比较研究》

Vol. 3  Issue 1  June 2017

Contents

Editorial / Xiangqun Chang 11-13

Articles

The concept of civilization and the civilization of China / Stephan Feuchtwang 14-31

Five civilizations compared: China, Japan, Islam, Europe and the Anglosphere/ Alan Macfarlane 32-43

Civilization and its conceptualizations in ethnology, social anthropology and sociology / Mingming Wang 44-71

Commentaries

Anthropology and the LSE’s links with India and China / Chris Fuller 72-78

Fei Xiaotong (Fei Hsiao-t’ung) at LSE and beyond / Stephan Feuchtwang 79-82

Some thoughts on the differential self and Professor Fei Xiaotong in October 2016 / Stephan Feuchtwang 83-87

Revisiting the morality of China in Africa / Stephen Chan 88-92

Interview

How can anthropology become directly involved in Eurasian studies? / ZHANG Fan and Wang Mingming 93-103

Methodology

Computational social sciences in China / Jiaojiang Luo 104-109

Book reviews 110-124

Rome and China: comparative perspectives on ancient world empires / Reviewed by John Ashbourne 110-112

Enemies of civilization: attitudes toward foreigners in ancient Mesopotamia, Egypt and China / Reviewed by Huili Zheng 112-115

War and state formation in ancient China and early modern Europe / Reviewed by Hilde De Weerdt 115-117

After the event: the transmission of grievous loss in Germany, China and Taiwan / First review by Martin Albrow; second review by Sascha Klotzbücher 118-122

Politics and religion in ancient and medieval Europe and China / Reviewed by Lik Hang Tsui 122-124

Notes for contributors