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Post-Chineseness
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Table of Contents

List of Illustrations
Acknowledgments

Introduction: An Inescapable Agenda of Post-Chineseness

Part I: Decentralizing Chineseness: Relations from the Inside Out

1. Away from China-centrism: Balance of Relationships

2. Into the Iron Brotherhood: Relational Epistemology

3. Up from Subaltern Identities: Strategic Nonessentialism

4. Beyond Fundamentalist Faith: Cultural Nationalism

Part II: Strategizing Chineseness: Relations from the Outside In

5. Cultural Self Rebalanced: The Vietnamese Practices of Sinology

6. Colonial Cleavages: Japanese Legacies in Taiwan's Views on China

7. Ethnic Role-Making: China Watchers in the Philippines

8. Geopolitical Distancing: Think Tanks in Southern Neighborhood

Part III: Belonging to Chineseness: Relations from the In-between

9. Me Inside and Outside: Performing for Hong Kong and Singapore

10. Sticking My Head Out under the Sky: A Presbyterian for Taiwan Independence

11. China Watch for No One: Relating Taiwan and China in Hong Kong?

12. Post-Western Politics and Mainlandization: Between Colonialism and Liberalism

In Lieu of a Conclusion: Noninternational Relations, Nonidentities

Appendix. Post-Asia and IR Research: A Pervasive Agenda

Notes
References
Index

About the Author

Chih-yu Shih is National Chair Professor of the Ministry of Education and University Chair Professor of Political Science at National Taiwan University. He is the author and editor of many books, including coeditor of Colonial Legacies and Contemporary Studies of China and Chineseness: Unlearning Binaries, Strategizing Self.

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"This is a fascinating and unique book, offering deep insight into Chinese culture, history, religion, philosophy, nationalism, politics, and foreign relations." — CHOICE

"This book is suggesting an original theoretical framework that deconstructs (not just theoretically but empirically) Chineseness that is often reified in the binary image of China versus the other. It shows the fluidity and multiplicity of Chineseness not only in cultural and discursive realms but in policies and real politics." — Jungmin Seo, Yonsei University

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