America Views China: American Images of China Then and Now

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Jonathan Goldstein, Jerry Israel, Hilary Conroy
Lehigh University Press, 1991 - History - 310 pages
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This work analyzes a variety of images of China including media such as published and unpublished travelogues, newspaper accounts, artifacts, photographs, official diplomatic reports as well as perceptions through art, commerce, and missionaries. Illustrated.

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More than a dozen contributors provide selective accounts of American images of China from the 1700s through the 1980s. Initially the merchants idealized China through her arts, and then the ... Read full review


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State University of West Georgia

Dr. Jerry Israel is a Senior Strategy Consultant specializing in higher education initiatives for Simpson Scarborough Communications. Dr. Israel served as the University of Indianapolis's seventh president, from 1998 until his retirement in July 2005. Israel, who is a graduate of the Harvard University Institute for Educational Management, lives in Florida.

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