The Origins of the Boxer Uprising
University of California Press, 1988年8月18日 - 410 頁
In the summer of 1900, bands of peasant youths from the villages of north China streamed into Beijing to besiege the foreign legations, attracting the attention of the entire world. Joseph Esherick reconstructs the early history of the Boxers, challenging the traditional view that they grew from earlier anti-dynastic sects, and stressing instead the impact of social ecology and popular culture.
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LibraryThing Review用戶評語 - yauvee - LibraryThing
I absolutely love this book. It was the first book in English to critically consider the factors behind the Boxer Uprising, and also was a jarringly clear analysis of the role of missionaries, pushing the levers of power through their ambassadors, in fomenting hatred of the foreigner in Shandong. 閱讀評論全文
Review: The Origins of the Boxer Uprising用戶評語 - Goodreads
contra popular belief, the Boxer Uprising was neither a cult nor a rebellion, but rather a mass movement centered around Shandong that combined separate strains of vigilantism, anti-imperialism, shamanism and the Chinese theater. 閱讀評論全文