Navigating semi-colonialism : shipping, sovereignty, and nation-building in China, 1860-1937 / Anne Reinhardt.
By: Reinhardt, Anne.Material type: BookCall no.: HE894 .R45 2018Series: Harvard East Asian monographs: 410.Publication: Cambridge, Mass. : Published by the Harvard University Asia Center, 2018Description: xiii, 381 p. : ill., maps.ISBN: 9780674983847 (hardcover); 067498384X (hardcover).Subject(s): Steamboat lines -- China -- Yangtze River -- History | Shipping -- Government ownership -- China -- History -- 20th century | Colonial companies -- China -- History -- 19th century | Colonial companies -- China -- History -- 20th century | China -- Foreign relations | China -- History -- 1861-1912 | China -- History -- Republic, 1912-1949
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 313-369) and index.
Introduction -- Sovereign concerns : the formation of a semi-colonial steam transport network, 1860-1911 -- Aligning capital and flag : the steam shipping business, 1860-82 -- The shipping conference as collaboration, 1882-1913 -- The steamship as social space, 1860-1925 -- Shipping nationalism : the politics and business of shipping in China's early republic, 1912-27 -- Nanjing and Chongqing : the return of the state to shipping, 1927-37 -- The "new steamship" : transformations of social space, 1925-37 -- Conclusion : Decolonizing the steamship network, 1937-56.
"Explores the development of the commercial shipping industry along the Yangzi River in the context of semi-colonialism and its impact on state and economy in late imperial and Republican China"--Provided by the publisher.
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