Religion and Nationalism in Chinese Societies
Religion and Nationalism in Chinese Societies
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About the Editor and Contributors Notes on Chinese Names, Terms, and Transliteration Preface Chapter 1 Introduction: Religion, State, and Religious Nationalism in Chinese Societies Cheng-tian Kuo Part I Chinese Religion and Nationalism before 1949 Chapter 2 Idea of Chineseness and Ethnic Thought of Wang Fuzhi Chi-shen Chang Chapter 3 Missionizing, Civilizing, and Nationizing: Linked Concepts of Compelled Change Julia Schneider Chapter 4 The Nation in Religion and Religion in the Nation Adam Yuet Chau Chapter 5 History and Legitimacy in Contemporary China: Towards Competing Nationalisms Robert D. Weatherley and Qiang Zhang Chapter 6 Pilgrimage and Hui Muslim Identity in the Republican Era Yuan-lin Tsai Part II Religion and Nationalism in Contemporary China Chapter 7 Religion and the Nation: Confucian and New Confucian Religious Nationalism Bart Dessein Chapter 8 Yiguandao under the Shadow of Nationalism: Traitor, Conspirator, Traditionalist, or Loyalist? Ching-chih Lin Chapter 9 Daoism and Nationalism in Recent and Contemporary China Shu-wei Hsieh Chapter 10 Nationalism Matters: Among Mystics and Martyrs of Tibet Antonio Terrone Chapter 11 ŸWe Are Good CitizensŒ: Tension between Protestants and the State in Contemporary China Yen-zen Tsai Part III Religion and Nationalism in Taiwan and Hong Kong Chapter 12 Religion and National Identity in Taiwan: State Formation and Moral Sensibilities Edmund Frettingham and Yih-jye Hwang Chapter 13 Multiple Religious and National Identities: Mazu Pilgrimages across the Taiwan Strait after 1987 Hsun Chang Chapter 14 Salvation and Rights in Hong Kong Mariske Westendorp Endnotes Bibliography Index

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"*Religion and Nationalism in Chinese Societies* is an impressive volume that aims to explore the evolution of religion-state relations, the influence of religion in nationalist discourse and the phenomenon of nationalism as a quasi-religion in the ŸGreater ChinaŒ region (i.e., China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong)." - Jonathan Brasnett, University of Ottawa, *Journal of Chinese Religions*, Volume 47, Number 1, May 2019 "This scholarly work is a much needed volume for the Chinese world with rising nationalistic sentiments." - Mary Li Ma, Calvin College, *Voegelinview*, May 2018

Cheng-tian Kuo (red.)

Religion and Nationalism in Chinese Societies

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This book explores the interaction between religion and nationalism in the Chinese societies of mainland China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong. Cheng-tian Kuo analyses the dominant religions, including Chinese Buddhism, Tibetan Buddhism, Daoism, Christianity, Islam, and folk religions, but he also goes beyond that, showing how in recent decades the Chinese state has tightened its control over religion to an unprecedented degree. Indeed, it could almost be said to have constructed a wholly new religion, Chinese Patriotism. The same period, however, has seen the growth of democratic civil religions, which could challenge the state.

Cheng-tian Kuo

Cheng-tian Kuo is Distinguished Professor of Political Science Department and Graduate Institute of Religious Studies at the National Chengchi University in Taiwan. He is the author of Religion and Democracy in Taiwan (State University of New York Press, 2008).