Bibliography of Chinese intellectuals in English

nfcz201212This bibliography tries to provide a relatively complete list of translations into English and also includes a few anthologies in French and German (as the choice of essays may be useful even to those who don’t read the language). It is still tentative and any additions or suggestions are welcomed by email.

I have used the following criteria:
– non-fiction writing,
– by Chinese language academics, writers or artists,
– who are active in the public debate about issues of general interest in mainland China,
– mainly post-1989 with a few forays into the late 1980s.

Part 1 lists by author monographs (in bold) and single articles published either in journals or in multiple-author anthologies.
Part 2 lists by editor the main anthologies with their tables of contents.

Main web resources:
– “Fifty influential public intellectuals,” edited by Nicolai Volland, Heidelberg University, 2006.
– “Key Intellectuals,” edited by Geremie Barmé, The China Story.
– “Reading and Writing the Chinese Dream,” edited by Timothy Cheek, Joshua Fogel, David Ownby, UBC.
–  China Change maintains a useful list of Authors translated.
–  Various journals regularly publish translations of essays by Chinese intellectuals: New Left Review, China Perspectives, Renditions, Journal of Contemporary Chinese Thought.
– Various news or advocacy websites also publish essays by Chinese intellectuals: China Digital Times, China File

Part 1. Bibliography of articles and monographs by author

Ai Weiwei, Ai Weiwei’s blog. Writings, interviews and Digital Rants, 2006-2009, MIT Press, 2011.

Anti, Michael “The Chinanet and smart censorship” in Mark Leonard, ed, China 3.0. ECFR, 2012

Cai Xiang, Revolution and its Narratives (革命/叙述), tr. by Rebecca Karl & Xueping Zhong, Duke U Press, 2016.

Chen Guidi and Wu Chuntao, Will the boat sink the water: a survey of Chinese Peasants. New York, Public Affairs, 2007.

Chen Pingyuan, “Scholarship, Ideas, Politics” in Chaohua Wang, ed., One China, Many Paths, London, Verso, 2003.

Cheng Xiaonong, “Comment évaluer l’état reel de l’économie chinoise?” in M. Holzman, Chen Yan, eds., Ecrits édifiants et curieux sur la Chine du 21e s., La Tour d’Aigues, L’Aube, 2003

Cui Weiping, “Wo haben wir Heinrich Böll vergessen?” in Heinrich Böll Stiftung: Wie China Debattiert, 2009.

Cui Zhiyuan, “Whither China? The Discourse on Property Rights Reform in China.” in Zhang Xudong, ed., Intellectual Politics in Post-Tiananmen China, special issue of Social Text, no. 55, vol. 16, no.2, 1998.
Cui Zhiyuan, “Liberal Socialism and the Future of China: A petty bourgeoisie manifesto” in Tian Yu Cao, ed., The Chinese Model of Modern Development, London, Routledge, 2005.
Cui Zhiyuan, “The Chongqing experiment: the way forward for China?” in Mark Leonard, ed, China 3.0. ECFR, 2012.
Cui, Zhiyuan.  “Making sense of the Chinese ‘socialist market economy’: a note.” Modern China. 38.6 (Nov 2012): 665-676.
Complete bibliography via UBC.

Dai Jinhua, “Imagined Nostalgia”, boundary 2, vol. 24.3, Postmodernism and China, p. 143-161.
Dai Jinhua, Cinema and desire: feminist Marxism and cultural politics in the work of Dai Jinhua, London, Verso, 2002, ed. by Jing Wang, Tani E. Barlow.

Fang Lizhi, “On Patriotism and Global Citizenship” in George Hicks, ed., The Broken Mirror. China after Tiananmen, Longman, 1990.
Fang Lizhi, “The Chinese Amnesia”, NYRB, vol. 37, No. 14, 27 September 1990.
Fang Lizhi, special issue of Chinese Law and Government, vol. 21.2, 1988.
“The Reform that might not succeed”
– “The Social Responsibilities of Young intellectuals today”
– “Intellectuals and Chinese society”
– “China Needs Modernization in all fields”
– “Intellectuals Should Unite”

Fu Guoyong, “Die tiefgreifendste Veränderung der letzten 30 Jahre vollzog sich in der Zivilgesellschaft” in Heinrich Böll Stiftung: Wie China Debattiert, 2009.

Gan Yang, “Debating Liberalism and Democracy in China”, in Zhang Xudong, ed., Intellectual Politics in Post-Tiananmen China, special issue of Social Text, no. 55, vol. 16, no.2, 1998.
Gan Yang, “Prendre en compte la continuité historique pour penser le politique aujourd’hui” in Billioud, Sébastien & Joël Thoraval, eds, Regards sur le politique en Chine aujourd’hui, Extrême-Orient Extrême-Occident vol. 31 (2009).
Gan Yang, “The Citizen and the Constitution” in Chaohua Wang, ed., One China, Many Paths, London, Verso, 2003.

Han Han, Blogs de Chine, Paris, Gallimard, 2012
Han Han, This Generation, New York, Simon and Schuster, 2012.
Han Han, The Problem with Me: And Other Essays About Making Trouble in China Today, New York, Simon and Schuster, 2016.
Han Shaogong, “Why Did the Cultural Revolution End?” in Dirlik, Arif, ed., Snapshots of Intellectual life in the contemporary People’s Republic of China, boundary2, vol. 35.2, 2008.

He Huaihong. Social ethics in a changing China, Washington DC, Brookings Series, 2015.

He Qinglian, “A Listing Social Structure” in Chaohua Wang, ed., One China, Many Paths, London, Verso, 2003. [also in New Left Review vol. 5]
He Qinglian, “China’s Changing of the Guard: A Volcanic Stability.” Journal of Democracy Vol. 14.1. Jan. 2003
He Qinglian, “Le Falungong, révélateur de la société chinoise actuelle” in M. Holzman, Chen Yan, eds., Ecrits édifiants et curieux sur la Chine du 21e s., La Tour d’Aigues, L’Aube, 2003
He Qinglian, “Les femmes dans la tourmente des mutations sociales” in M. Holzman, Chen Yan, eds., Ecrits édifiants et curieux sur la Chine du 21e s., L’Aube, 2003
He Qinglian, The Fog of Censorship. Media Control in China, New York, HRIC, 2008.

He Weifang, “Die schwierige Reform des Justizwesens in China” in Heinrich Böll Stiftung: Wie China Debattiert, 2009.
He Weifang. In the Name of Justice, Washington DC, Brookings Series, 2012.

Hu Angang, “Auf dem Weg nach Kopenhagen” in Heinrich Böll Stiftung: Wie China Debattiert, 2009.
Hu Angang, “Equity and Efficiency” in Chaohua Wang, ed., One China, Many Paths, London, Verso, 2003.
Hu Angang, China in 2020. A New Type of Superpower, Washington DC, Brookings Series, 2011.

Hu Shuli “China: Staying on track” in Mark Leonard, ed, China 3.0. ECFR, 2012

Jia Zhangke, Jia Zhangke speaks out. Los Angeles, Bridges 21, 2015.
Jia Zhangke, Dits et écrits d’un cineaste chinois. 1996-2011. Paris, Capricci, 2012.

Jiang Qing, “Le confucianisme de la “voie royale”, direction pour le politique en Chine contemporaine” in Billioud, Sébastien & Joël Thoraval, eds, Regards sur le politique en Chine aujourd’hui, Extrême-Orient Extrême-Occident vol. 31 (2009).

Jiang Shigong, “Chinese-Style Constitutionalism: On Backer’s Chinese Party-State Constitutionalism,” Modern China, 2014, Vol. 40(2) 133 –167.
Jiang Shigong, “Written and Unwritten Constitutions: A New Approach to the Study of Constitutional Government in China,” Modern China, 36(1):12-46 (2010)

Jin Guantao, “Interpreting Modern Chinese History through the theory of ultrastable systems” in Davies, Gloria, ed., Voicing concerns: contemporary Chinese critical inquiry, Lanham, Rowman and Littlefield, 2001.

Lee Ming-huei, “Culture et démocratie: réflexions à partir de la polémique entre libéraux taiwanais et néo-confucéens contemporains” in Billioud, Sébastien & Joël Thoraval, eds, Regards sur le politique en Chine aujourd’hui, Extrême-Orient Extrême-Occident vol. 31 (2009).

Li Changping, “Die Wahren Gründe für die Armut der Bauern” in Heinrich Böll Stiftung: Wie China Debattiert, 2009.
Li Changping, “Point de salut sans organization autonome paysanne” in M. Holzman, Chen Yan, eds., Ecrits édifiants et curieux sur la Chine du 21e s., La Tour d’Aigues, L’Aube, 2003
Li Changping, “The Crisis in the Countryside” in Chaohua Wang, ed., One China, Many Paths, Verso, 2003.

Li Chengpeng, Confessions d’un traître à la patrie, Paris, Liana Levi, 2013. [Quan shijie renmin dou zhidao]
Li Chengpeng, “Patriotism with Chinese characteristics,” New York Times, 25 May 2012.
Li Chengpeng, “Speak. Talk at Beijing University,” 19 November 2012.

Li Shenzhi, “Objectif démocratie” in M. Holzman, Chen Yan, eds., Ecrits édifiants et curieux sur la Chine du 21e s., La Tour d’Aigues, L’Aube, 2003
Li Shenzhi, Selected Writings of Li Shenzhi, ed. Ilse Tebbetts and Liby Kingseed, Dayton OH, Kettering Foundation, 2010.

Liang Xiaoyan, “Les ONG sous tutelle” in M. Holzman, Chen Yan, eds., Ecrits édifiants et curieux sur la Chine du 21e s., La Tour d’Aigues, L’Aube, 2003.

Liao Yiwu, “The Tanks and the People”, New York Review Daily, 3 June 2014.
Liao Yiwu, “All you want is money, all I want is Revolution,” The Nation, 17 November 2015.
Liao Yiwu, For a Song and a Hundred Songs, Boston, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2013.
Liao Yiwu, God is Red, New York, HarperOne, 2012.
Liao Yiwu, L’Empire des bas-fonds, Paris, Bleu de Chine, 2003.
Liao Yiwu, The Corpse-Walker, New York, Pantheon, 2008. 

Lin Justin Yifu “China’s potential for sustained dynamic growth” in Mark Leonard, ed, China 3.0. ECFR, 2012

Lin Xudong, “Documentary in Mainland China”, YIDFF, http://www.yidff.jp/docbox/26/box26-3-e.html

Liu Binyan, “Self-Examination” p. 14-34 in Chinese Law and Government, vol. 21.2, 1988.
Liu Binyan, Two Kinds of Truth, Bloomington, Indiana UP, 2006.

Liu Dong, “National Learning (Guoxue): Six Perspectives and Six Definitions”, China Perspectives, 2011.1
Liu Dong, “Revisiting the Perils of ‘Designer Pidgin Scholarship’ ” in Davies, Gloria, ed., Voicing concerns: contemporary Chinese critical inquiry, Lanham, Rowman and Littlefield, 2001.

Liu Junning, “Von den Reformen sur Systemreform” in Heinrich Böll Stiftung: Wie China Debattiert, 2009.

Liu Qingfeng, “The Topography of Intellectual Culture in the 1990s Mainland China: a survey” in Davies, Gloria, ed., Voicing concerns: contemporary Chinese critical inquiry, Lanham, Rowman and Littlefield, 2001.

Liu Xiaobo, “The Inspiration of New York: Meditations of an Iconoclast.” trans. G. Barmé in Problems of Communism vol. 40.1-2, 1991, p. 113-118.
Liu Xiaobo, “That Holy Word, ‘Revolution’,” in J. Wasserstrom and E. Perry, eds., Popular Protest and Political Culture in Modern China, Boulder, Westview, 1994, pp. 309-324.
Liu Xiaobo, “Changing the Regime by Changing Society”, HRIC.
Liu Xiaobo, “Feuille de route pour les droits de l’homme en Chine” in M. Holzman, Chen Yan, eds., Ecrits édifiants et curieux sur la Chine du 21e s., La Tour d’Aigues, L’Aube, 2003
Liu Xiaobo, La Philosophie du Porc, Paris, Gallimard, 2011, ed. J-Ph Béja.
Liu Xiaobo, No Enemies, No Hatred, Cambridge, Harvard UP, 2012, ed. P. Link, T. Martin-Liao, Liu Xia

Liu Xiaofeng, “Leo Strauss et la Chine: une rencontre autour de l’éthos classique” in Billioud, Sébastien & Joël Thoraval, eds, Regards sur le politique en Chine aujourd’hui, Extrême-Orient Extrême-Occident vol. 31 (2009).

Lü Xinyu, “Ruins of the Future” New Left Review No. 31, Jan-Feb 2005.

Ma Jian, occasional column in The Guardian.

Ma Jun, “Accountability without elections” in Mark Leonard, ed, China 3.0. ECFR, 2012.

Murong Xuecun, New York Times column page.
Murong Xuecun, “Caging a Monster,” China Heritage Quarterly no. 28, December 2011.

Pan Wei and Shang Ying “A new approach to stability preservation” in Mark Leonard, ed, China 3.0. ECFR, 2012

Qian Liqun, “Refusing to Forget” in Chaohua Wang, ed., One China, Many Paths, London, Verso, 2003.

Qin Hui, “Dividing the Big Family Assets” in Chaohua Wang, ed., One China, Many Paths, London, Verso, 2003. [NLR No. 2, March-April 2003.]
Qin Hui, “China’s Low Human Rights Advantage,” China Rights Forum, vol. 2009/1.
Qin Hui, Special Issues of The Chinese Economy, vol. 38.4, vol. 38.5, vol. 38.6 (2005), edited by David Kelly:
– The Common Baseline of Modern Thought
– Command vs. Planned Economy
– China’s Economic Development Performance Under the Prereform System
– Fin de Siècle China: Economic Transition, Social Justice, and Democracy
– “MBOs,” Yes; “Year of the MBO,” No: Some Basic Issues in Property Rights Reform
– The Dialectic of “Downsizing” and “Prioritizing Employment”: Techniques for How to Subtract Value from State-Owned Assets
– Justice in the Economics of Market Transition
– Tax and Fee Reform, Village Autonomy, and Central and Local Finance: Historical Experience and Realistic Options
– Power, Responsibility, and Constitutional Politics: State “Size” in Theory and History
– David Kelly: Bibliography of Works by Qin Hui
Qin Hui, “30 Jahre Reform und Öffnung” in Heinrich Böll Stiftung: Wie China Debattiert, 2009.
Qin Hui, “Die Interaktion zweier Spannerraupen” in Heinrich Böll Stiftung: Wie China Debattiert, 2009.
Qin Hui, “La culture traditionnelle aujourd’hui: un devoir d’inventaire pour penser le politique” in Billioud, Sébastien & Joël Thoraval, eds, Regards sur le politique en Chine aujourd’hui, Extrême-Orient Extrême-Occident vol. 31 (2009).

Rong Jian, “A China Bereft of Thought,” trans. Gloria DaviesThe China Story, 5 Feb. 2017.

Sun Liping “The Wukan model and China’s democratic potential” in Mark Leonard, ed, China 3.0. ECFR, 2012
Sun Liping, “Les élites en phase de transition” in M. Holzman, Chen Yan, eds., Ecrits édifiants et curieux sur la Chine du 21e s., La Tour d’Aigues, L’Aube, 2003

Tang Yijie, “Some Reflections on New Confucianism in Mainland Chinese culture of the 1990s” in Davies, Gloria, ed., Voicing concerns: contemporary Chinese critical inquiry, Lanham, Rowman and Littlefield, 2001.

Teng Biao, “Confessions of a Reactionary”, China Change, https://chinachange.org/2013/08/28/the-confessions-of-a-reactionary/
Teng Biao, Washington Post op-eds: “The Real China and the Olympics” (5 May 2008, with Hu Jia); “China Human Rights Lawyers under Assault” (25 July 2009); “China’s growing human rights movement can claim many accomplishments” (18 April 2014); “China’s irrepressible lawyers” (19 July 2015); “The Wets kowtows to China through self-censorship” (28 July 2016)

Tohti, Ilham, “My ideals and the career path I have chosen,” China Change, 6 April 2014.

Wang Anyi, “Tales of Gender” in Chaohua Wang, ed., One China, Many Paths, London, Verso, 2003.

Wang Dan, Li Minqi, Wang Chaohua, “Dialogue on the Future of China.” in Chaohua Wang, ed., One China, Many Paths, London, Verso, 2003.

Wang Hui “Political repression and the resurgence of neoliberalism in China” in Mark Leonard, ed, China 3.0. ECFR, 2012
Wang Hui, “ ‘Politique de dépolitisation’ et ‘caractère public’ des medias de masse” in Billioud, Sébastien & Joël Thoraval, eds, Regards sur le politique en Chine aujourd’hui, Extrême-Orient Extrême-Occident vol. 31 (2009).
Wang Hui, “Contemporary Chinese Thought and the Question of Modernity,” trans. Rebecca Karl, in Zhang Xudong, ed., Intellectual Politics in Post-Tiananmen China, special issue of Social Text, no. 55, vol. 16, no.2, 1998.
Wang Hui, “On Scientism and Social Theory in Modern Chinese Thought” in Davies, Gloria, ed., Voicing concerns: contemporary Chinese critical inquiry, Rowman and Littlefield, 2001.
Wang Hui, “Scientific Worldview, Culture Debates, and the Reclassification of Knowledge in Twentieth-century China”, in Dirlik, Arif, ed., Snapshots of Intellectual life in the contemporary People’s Republic of China, boundary2, vol. 35.2, 2008.
Wang Hui, “The New Criticism”, in Chaohua Wang, ed., One China, Many Paths, Verso, 2003.
Wang Hui, “The Crisis of Representativeness and Post-Party Politics”, Modern China, vol. 40.2, 2014, 214-239.
Wang Hui, “The Prophecy and Crisis of October: How to Think about Revolution after the Revolution,” South Atlantic Quarterly no. 116 (4): 669-706 (2017).
Wang Hui, China’s New Order. Society, Politics and Economy in transition, HUP, 2003.
– The 1989 social movement and the historical roots of China’s neoliberalism
– Contemporary Chinese thought and the question of modernity
Wang Hui, China’s Twentieth Century. Revolution, Retreat and the Road to Equality, London Verso, 2016. Appendix interview online.
Wang Hui, ”Fire at the Castle Gate,” New Left Review No. 6.
Wang Hui, “Humanism as the Theme of Chinese Modernity,” Surfaces Vol.V.202 (with an introduction by J. Hillis Miller).
Wang Hui, The End of the Revolution. China and the Limits of Modernity, London, Verso, 2009.
– Depoliticized politics: from East to West [also in NLR 2006].
– The year 1989 and the historical roots of neoliberalism in China [also in Positions 12.1, 2004, trans. Rebecca Karl]
– An interview concerning modernity with Ke Kaijun
– Rethinking The Rise of Modern Chinese
– Scientific worldview, culture debates, and the reclassification of knowledge in twentieth-century China
– Son of Jinsha river: in memory of Xiao Liangzhong
– Dead fire rekindled: Lu Xun as Revolutionary intellectual
Wang Hui, The Politics of Imagining Asia, Harvard, 2011.
– The Politics of Imagining Asia
– How to Explain ‘China’ and its ‘Modernity’: Rethinking The Rise of Modern Chinese Thought
– Local Forms, Vernacular Dialects and the War of Resistance against Japan: the ‘National Forms’ debate
– The ‘Tibetan Question” East and West: Orientalism, Regional Ethnic Autonomy, and the Politics of Dignity 
– Okinawa and two Dramatic Changes to the Regional Order
– Weber and the Question of Chinese Modernity

Wang Jisi “China’s grim international environment” in Mark Leonard, ed, China 3.0. ECFR, 2012

Wang Lixiong, “Reflections on Tibet”, NLR 14, Mar-Apr 2002, p. 79-111.

Wang Ruoshui, “Work-Style Rectification Overwhelms Enlightenment: The Collision Between the May Fourth Spirit and “Party Culture”,” in Contemporary Chinese Thought, vol. 34.4, 2003.

Wang Shaoguang “China’s Changing of the Guard: The Problem of State Weakness.” Journal of Democracy Vol. 14.1. Jan. 2003
Wang Shaoguang “Chinese socialism 3.0” in Mark Leonard, ed, China 3.0. ECFR, 2012
Wang Shaoguang, “The Changing Role of Government in China” in Zhang Xudong, ed., Intellectual Politics in Post-Tiananmen China, special issue of Social Text, no. 55, vol. 16, no.2, 1998.
Wang Shaoguang, “The Great Transformation: The Double Movement in China”, in Dirlik, Arif, ed., Snapshots of Intellectual life in the contemporary People’s Republic of China, boundary2, vol. 35.2, 2008.

Wang Xiaobo, “The Silent Majority”, trans. E. Abrahamsen, Paper Republic.
Wang Xiaobo, special issue of Contemporary Chinese Thought (Carine Defoort, ed.), vol. 30:3 (1999). Contains: “Preface”, “My Views on Cultural Fever”, “Cultural Debates”, “A Foreign Devil and Gu Hongming”, “My Views on Chinese Traditional Studies”, “The Pleasure of Thought”, “Why I want to write”, “My views on the novel”, “Experiencing Life”, “Karaoke and the Braying Village”, “Adultery is a capital offense”, “Another type of culture”, “Bill Gates’ Bodysuit”, “Some Ethical Questions Relating to Homosexuality”, “What Sort of Feminist am I”, “My Views on the ‘old three classes’,” “The Dignity of the Individual”, “Environmental Problems”, “Work and Life”,  and Li Yinhe, “In Memory of Xiaobo: Romantic Knight, Wandering Minstrel, Free Thinker”.
vol. 30:4 (1999).

Wang Xiaoming, “A Manifesto for Cultural Studies” in Chaohua Wang, ed., One China, Many Paths, London, Verso, 2003.

Wang Yi, “From Status to Contract” in Chaohua Wang, ed., One China, Many Paths, London, Verso, 2003.

Wang Yizhou “ ‘Creative involvement’: a new direction in Chinese diplomacy” in Mark Leonard, ed, China 3.0. ECFR, 2012

Woeser and Wang Lixiong, eds., Voices from Tibet, Hong Kong, HKU Press, 2014.

Wu Guoguang, “La fin de la réforme et la continuation de l’histoire” in M. Holzman, Chen Yan, eds., Ecrits édifiants et curieux sur la Chine du 21e s., L’Aube, 2003.

Wu Jinglian, Understanding and Interpreting Chinese Economic Reform. Singapore: Thomson, 2005.

Wu Wenguang “DV: Individual Filmmaking,” in Berry Chris, Lü Xinyu, Rofel Lisa (eds.), The New Chinese Documentary Film Movement, For the Public record, Hong Kong, Hong Kong University Press, 2010, p. 49-55.
Wu Wenguang, “Opening the Door of Memory with a Camera Lens. The Folk Memory Project and Documentary Production,” China Perspectives, 2014.4.

Xi Chuan,  “The Tradition This Instant” 传统在此时此刻, in Notes on the Mosquito, trans. Lucas Klein, New York, New Directions, 2012, p. 239 – 253.

Xiao Bin, “The Guangdong model in transition” in Mark Leonard, ed, China 3.0. ECFR, 2012.

Xiao Gongqin, “China’s Changing of the Guard: The Rise of the Technocrats.” Journal of Democracy Vol. 14.1. Jan. 2003.

Xiao Shu, New York Times op-eds “Dim Hopes for a free press in China” (15 Jan 2013); “China’s Veil of Civil Rights Oppression” (27 Nov 2013); “Tianjin and China’s Industrial Calamities” (27 Aug 2015).

Xiao Xuehui, “Industrializing Education?” in Chaohua Wang, ed., One China, Many Paths, London, Verso, 2003.

Xu Jilin, “Historical Memories of May Fourth: Patriotism, but of what kind?”, trans. Duncan Campbell, China Heritage Quarterly, no. 17, March 2009.
Xu Jilin, “May Fourth, A Patriotic Movement of cosmopolitanism”, Sungkyun Journal of East Asian Studies, vol. 9.1, 2009, p. 29-62.
Xu Jilin, “The fate of an enlightenment. 20 years in the Chinese intellectual sphere” in E. Gu, M. Goldman, eds, Chinese intellectuals between state and market, p. 183-203. Also in East Asian History, vol. 20, Dec. 2000 (free access).
Xu Jilin, “What future for public intellectuals? The specialisation of knowledge, the commercialisation of culture and the emergence of post-modernism characterise China in the 1990s,” China Perspectives, vol. 52 (2004).

Xu Jilin, Liu Qing, Luo Gang, Xue Yi, “In Search of a Third Way: A Conversation Regarding Liberalism and the New Left Wing”. in Davies, Gloria, ed., Voicing concerns: contemporary Chinese critical inquiry, Rowman and Littlefield, 2001.

Xu Youyu, “The Debates Between Liberalism and the New Left in China Since the 1990s,” Contemporary Chinese Thought vol. 34.3, 2003.
Xu Youyu, “Intellectual Discourses in Post-Mao China and Today“, China Change, 24 May 2014.
Xu Youyu, “Die Veränderung des Denkens in Zeiten des Wandels” in Heinrich Böll Stiftung: Wie China Debattiert, 2009.
Xu Youyu, “Globalisierung” in Heinrich Böll Stiftung: Wie China Debattiert, 2009. 

Xu Zhiyong, “China Needs a new citizens’ movement”, HRIC.
Xu Zhiyong, “The New Citizen Movement”, China Change.

Xu Zhiyuan, Paper Tiger, London, Head of Zeus, 2015
Xu Zhiyuan, “Anacondas and Elephants,” China Heritage, 28 June 2017.

Yan Jiaqi, “Face au poids de l’empire, une solution: le fédéralisme” in M. Holzman, Chen Yan, eds., Ecrits édifiants et curieux sur la Chine du 21e s., L’Aube, 2003.

Yan Lianke, “China’s State-sponsored Amnesia“; “Finding Light in China’s Darkness.” New York Times.

Yan Xuetong “The weakening of the unipolar configuration” in Mark Leonard, ed, China 3.0. ECFR, 2012

Yu Hua, China in Ten Words, New York, Vintage, 2012.
Yu Hua, New York times column page.

Yu Jianrong, “Herausforderungen für die autoritäre Politik” in Heinrich Böll Stiftung: Wie China Debattiert, 2009.
Yu Jianrong, “The Two Stages of the Re-education Through Labour System: From Tool of Political Struggle to Means of Social Governance”, China Perspectives, 2010.2.
Yu Jianrong, Special Issue of Contemporary Chinese Thought, vol. 45.4 and 46.1 (2014-15).
– From Nonperson to Public Intellectual: The Life and Works of Yu Jianrong: Guest Editors’ Introduction. Eva Pils & Marina Svensson
– China’s Underclass. Yu Jianrong
– Yu Jianrong Talks Politics to Officials, Zhou Hualei
– Professor Yu Jianrong Receives Petitioners, Says He Wishes to Speak Out for His Own Class. Liu Yinfeng
– Selection of Postings from Yu Jianrong’s Sina Weibo Account, October 9, 2010-February 11, 2011
– Yu Jianrong Is All the Rage. Zhang Xiong
– Yu Jianrong’s Response: My Anger Doesn’t Target Individuals. Li Yihao
– Yu Jianrong: From Concerned Scholar to Advocate for the Marginalized, Eva Pils & Marina Svensson
– Social Transformation Requires First Resolving the Problem of Social Injustice. Yu Jianrong
– Solving China’s Peasant Issues Requires a New Way of Thinking, Geoff Raby & Yu Jianrong
– The “Urbanization” of Peasants Is Fundamental, Yu Jianrong
– Who Closed the Schools for Migrant Workers’ Children? Yu Jianrong & Netizens
– Do China’s Tang Fuzhens Regret Self-Immolation? Yu Jianrong
– China’s First Report on Petitions Attracts High-Level Attention, Zhao Ling
– What Are the Systemic Roots of the Violation of Petitioning Citizens’ Lawful Rights? Yu Jianrong
– Rigid Stability, Yu Jianrong
– Shifting from “Rigid Stability” to “Resilient Stability”, Yu Jianrong

Yu Keping, “Culture and Modernity in Chinese Thought in the 1930s: Comments on 2 approaches to modernization in China”, Duke Working Papers in Asian/Pacific Studies, 1994.
Yu Keping, “Demokratie ist eine gute Sache” in Heinrich Böll Stiftung: Wie China Debattiert, 2009.
Yu Keping, “The Developmental Logic of Chinese Culture under Modernization and Globalization”, in Dirlik, Arif, ed., Snapshots of Intellectual life in the contemporary People’s Republic of China, boundary2, vol. 35.2, 2008.
Yu Keping, Democracy is a good thing, Washington DC, Brookings Series 2009.

Yu Yongding “Restructuring over growth” in Mark Leonard, ed, China 3.0. ECFR, 2012

Yue Daiyun, “On Western Literary Theory in China” in Davies, Gloria, ed., Voicing concerns: contemporary Chinese critical inquiry, Lanham, Rowman and Littlefield, 2001.

Zhan Jiang, “Die Medien als treibende Kraft der Bürgerbeteiligung” in Heinrich Böll Stiftung: Wie China Debattiert, 2009.

Zhang Musheng, “Reflections on the Chinese Agriculture System,” vol. 33, 2001, p. 52-59.

Zhang Weiying “From privilege to rights” in Mark Leonard, ed, China 3.0. ECFR, 2012

Zhu Xueqin, “For a Chinese Liberalism” in Chaohua Wang, ed., One China, Many Paths, London, Verso, 2003.

Zhang Yihe, Un passé qui ne part pas en fumée, trad. Luo Shenyi, Paris: You Feng, 2009.

Part 2. Bibliography of Anthologies with tables of contents by editor

Within an anthology, I have reproduced the entire table of contents including essays that do not fit all the criteria for inclusion in Part 1.

Béja, Jean-Philippe, and Jean-Pierre Cabestan, eds., The Role of Intellectuals in the Reform Process, Contemporary Chinese Thought, vol. 34.4, 2003.
– J-Ph. Béja, “The Role of Intellectuals in the Reform Process”
– Wang Ruoshui, “Work-Style Rectification Overwhelms Enlightenment: The Collision Between the May Fourth Spirit and “Party Culture””
– Wu Guoguang, “From Partial Liberty to Minimal Democracy: The Political Agenda of Post-Reform China in Debate”
– Feng Chongyi, “The Third Way: The Question of Equity as a Bone of Contention Between Intellectual Currents”

Billioud, Sébastien & Joël Thoraval, eds, Regards sur le politique en Chine aujourd’hui, Extrême-Orient Extrême-Occident vol. 31 (2009).
Billioud and Thoraval, “La Chine des années 2000: regards nouveaux sur le politique
– Lee Ming-huei, “Culture et démocratie: réflexions à partir de la polémique entre libéraux taiwanais et néo-confucéens contemporains”
– Qin Hui, “La culture traditionnelle aujourd’hui: un devoir d’inventaire pour penser le politique”
– Jiang Qing, “Le confucianisme de la “voie royale”, direction pour le politique en Chine contemporaine”
– Gan Yang, “Prendre en compte la continuité historique pour penser le politique aujourd’hui”
– Liu Xiaofeng, “Leo Strauss et la Chine: une rencontre autour de l’éthos classique”
– Wang Hui, “ ‘Politique de dépolitisation’ et ‘caractère public’ des medias de masse”

Bunnin, Nicholas, ed., Liberalism and the New Left in ChinaContemporary Chinese Thought, vol. 34.3, 2003
– Xu Youyu, “The Debates Between Liberalism and the New Left in China Since the 1990s”
– Yang Xiao, “Rediscovering Republicanism in China: Beyond the Debate Between New Leftists and Liberals”
– Liu Xin, “Contexts and Issues of Contemporary Political Philosophy in China”
– Gu Su, “Progress and Problems with the Rule of Law in China”
– Liu Xin, “Can Liberalism Take Root in China?”

*Cao, Tian Yu, ed., The Chinese Model of Modern Development. London: Routledge, 2005.
– Du Runsheng, We should encourage institutional innovations
– Perry Anderson, Imagining alternative modernities
– Yu Guangyuan, Accomplishments and problems : a review of China’s reform in the past twenty-three years
– Wen Tiejun, The relationship between China’s strategic changes and its industrialization and capitalization
– Wang Hui, The historical origin of China’s neo-liberalism : another discussion on the ideological situation in contemporary mainland China and the issue of modernity
– Qin Hui, China’s economic transition, social justice and democratization at the turn of century
– Samir Amin, Theory and practice of the Chinese “market socialism” project : is “market socialism” an alternative to liberal globalization?
– Zhu Houze, Rethinking the relationship between the state and society in the age of globalization
– Cui Zhiyuan, Liberal socialism and the future of China : a petty bourgeoisie manifesto
– Robin Blackburn, Pension funds and responsible accumulation : the choices facing China
– David Schweickart, Ten theses on Marxism and the transition to socialism
– Yu Keping, China’s governance and political development under the impact of globalization
– Ch’u Wan-wen, Globalization and economic development
– Lin Chun, What is China’s comparative advantage?
– Amiya Kumar Bagchi, Globalization and vulnerability : India at the dawn of the twenty-first century
– Tian Yu Cao, Conclusion : the theory and practice of the Chinese model

*Cao, Tian Yu, Zhong Xueping, Liao Kebin, eds. Culture and social transformations in reform era China, Leiden: Brill, 2010.
– “Consider the other more important than the self” : Liang Shuming’s view of Confucian ethics / Chen Lai
– The basic form, actual form, and potential form of neo-Confucianism : considering the historical function and practical significance of neo-Confucianism / Liao Kebin
– Individual identification and the realm of moral character / Liu Dong
– Classical and modern readings of Laozi’s Ziran / Liu Xiaogan
– The isomorphism of family and state and the integration of church and state : on the differences between the Confucian political tradition and democratic politics / Shih Yuan-Kang
– Confucian experience and philosophical discourse : reflections on some aporiae in contemporary neo-Confucianism / Joel Thoraval
– “Westernization” vs. “sinicization” : an eneffaceable paradox within China’s modernization process / Yu Keping
– Contradictions within enlightenment ideas / Xu Jilin
– Rural reconstruction, the nation-state, and China’s modernity problem : reflections on Liang Shuming’s rural reconstruction theory and its practice / Lu Xinyu
– Who is afraid of Lu Xun? : the politics of “debates about Lu Xun” and the question of his legacy in post-Revolution China / Zhong Xueping
– Progress theory : the constraint on China’s cultural Renaissance / He Qing
– “One and three, three and one” : the impact of the Cultural Revolution on Chinese modernity / Tang Shaojie
– Why did the Cultural Revolution end? / Han Shaogong
– A unique transcendence : Deng Xiaoping’s China and Mao Zedong’s China / Gong Yuzhi
– The impact of the Cultural Revolution on reform era political culture / Roderick MacFarquhar
– The influence of China’s cultural tradition of revolution on reform-period conceptions of modernity / Cao Tian Yu
– The Chinese Revolution and the self identity of the Chinese nation / Lin Chun
– Comments on Gong Yuzhi’s “A unique transcendence” and Roderick MacFarquhar’s “The impact of the Cultural Revolution on reform-era political culture” / Lin Chun
– China’s social transformation and two types of modernity / Gao Like
– Confucian Marxism and its implications in the current age of globalization / Chen Weigang
– The Cold War, imperial aesthetics, and area studies / Wang Ban
– Themes for China : modern arts, modern conflict / Marshall Berman.

*Dallmayr, Fred and Zhao Tingyang, eds., Contemporary Chinese Political Thought: Debates and Perspectives, Lexington: UP Kentucky, 2012.
Introduction — Ideological conflicts in modern China / Ji Wenshun –
– The debates in contemporary Chinese political thought / Zhou Lian –
– All-under-heaven and methodological relationism: an old story and new world peace / Zhao Tingyang –
– Debating the Chinese theory of international relations / Zhang Feng –
– Contemporary new Confucianism: its background, varieties, and significance / Liu Shuxian –
– Modernity and Confucian politicalphilosophy in a globalized world / Cheng Ming –
– Four models of the relationship between Confucianism and democracy / He Baogang –
– Confucianism and democracy: water and fire? water and oil? or water and fish? / Ni Peimin –
– The dialectic of the Chinese revolution revisited: desublimation and resublimation in post-Mao China / Ci Jiwei –
– China’s future: suggestions from petty bourgeois socialist theories and some Chinese practices / Cui Zhiyuan –
– Taking the China model seriously: one-party constitutionalism and economic development / Frank Fang –
– Why is state effectiveness essential for democracy? / Wang Shaoguang –
– The legitimacy of proletarian political practice: on Marxist political philosophy / Cheng Guangyun.

Davies, Gloria, ed., Voicing concerns: contemporary Chinese critical inquiry, Rowman and Littlefield, 2001.
– Liu Qingfeng, “The Topography of Intellectual Culture in the 1990s Mainland China: a survey”
– Chen Fong-ching, “The Popular Culture Movement of the 1980s”
– Liu Dong, “Revisiting the Perils of ‘Designer Pidgin Scholarship’ ”
– Yue Daiyun, “On Western Literary Theory in China”
– Tang Yijie, “Some Reflections on New Confucianism in Mainland Chinese culture of the 1990s”
– Wang Hui, “On Scientism and Social Theory in Modern Chinese Thought”
– Jin Guantao, “Interpreting Modern Chinese History through the theory of ultrastable systems”
– Ye Xiaoqing, “Patriotism vs. Intellectual Curiosity: Jin Guantao’s approach to Chinese History.”
– Xu Jilin, Liu Qing, Luo Gang, Xue Yi, “In Search of a Third Way: A Conversation Regarding Liberalism and the New Left Wing”.

*Defoort, Carine, ed., Anthology of Texts from Orient, in Contemporary Chinese Thought, vol. 29:2 (1998). 
– Chen Pingyuan, “Destiny and Options of Contemporary Chinese Scholars of the Humanities”
– Wang Lixiong, “Desire for Degenracy: On the Tendency Among Intellectuals to Become Ruffian-Like”
– Zheng Ning, “Who are intellectuals?”
– Wang Xiaobo, “Should Chinese Intellectuals Abandon the Style of Medieval Times?”
– Tong Shijun, “Who are we? Who Should we be? Two hot issues in Contemporary European and American Society” (1 & 2)
– Wang Xiaobo, “The Misfortune of Intellectuals.”

*Defoort, Carine, ed., Anthology of Texts from China Can Say No, in Contemporary Chinese Thought, vol. 30:2 (1998).
– Liu Kang, The Chinese People Have Woken Up
– Li Xiguang, The Inside Story of the Demonization of China
– Liu Kang, Good and Bad People in America’s Chinese Studies
– Wang Minjuan and Shi Anbin, Wild Swans
– Han Song, American Stories and Chinese Realities
– Han Song, Will McCarthy be resurrected?
– Han Song, I and the Dispatches on the Book China Can Say No
– Li Xiguang, Washington Post Rejects an Article

*Deng Zhenglai, ed., State and Civil Society. The Chinese Perspective, Sinapore: World Scientific, 2011.
– Deng Zhenglai, Jing Yuejin, “The Constuction of Chinese Civil Society”
– Yang Nianqun, ” ‘Civil society’ in Modern China Studies: Methodology and Limitations”
– Yu Keping, “Civil Society in China: Concepts, classifications, and institutional environment”
– Kang Xiaoguang, Han Heng, “Graduated Control: Research on State-Society Relationship in Contemporary Mainland China”
– Sun Liping, “Evolution of Interactive Relationships among Chinese State, Civil Ruling Elites and COmmoners before and after the Reform”
– Zhu Ying, ” ‘State and Society’ in Modern China: Research Review and Reflection”
– He Baogang, “The Ideas of Civil Society in Mainland China and Taiwan, 1986-1992”
– Xu Jilin, “Public Sphere in Neoteric China: Forms, Functions and Self-Understandings – a case study of Shanghai”
– Wang Shaoguang, He Jianyu, “Training Ground for Democracy: Associational Life in China”
– Wang Mingming, “Chinese Rural Township Government: a Sequence of the Expansive Moments if the State in History.”
– Zhou Jun, Yu Jianxing, “The Wenzhou Model of China’s Civil Society”
– Gu, Edward, “Towards a Corporatist Development of Civil Society in China: Enabling State and Mutual Empowerment between State and Society”
– Qin Hui, “From Major Community Standard to Civil Society: A Rethinking of traditional China and its Modernization.”

Dirlik, Arif, ed., Snapshots of Intellectual life in the contemporary People’s Republic of China, boundary2, vol. 35.2, 2008.
– Wang Shaoguang, “The Great Transformation: The Double Movement in China”
– Day, Alexander, “The End of the Peasant? New Rural Reconstruction in China”
– Pun Ngai and Chris Chan, “The Subsumption of Class Discourse in China”
– Han Shaogong, “Why Did the Cultural Revolution End?”
– Xie Shaobo and Wang Fengzhen, “Chinese Education in the Era of Capitalist Globalization”
– Wang Hui, “Scientific Worldview, Culture Debates, and the Reclassification of Knowledge in Twentieth-century China”
– Yu Keping, “The Developmental Logic of Chinese Culture under Modernization and Globalization”
– Chu Yiu-wai, “The Importance of Being Chinese: Orientalism Reconfigured in the Age of Global Modernity”

Heinrich Böll Stiftung: Wie China Debattiert, 2009.
– Xu Youyu, “Die Veränderung des Denkens in Zeiten des Wandels”
– Cui Weiping, “Wo haben wir Heinrich Böll vergessen?”
– Qin Hui, “30 Jahre Reform und Öffnung”
– Fu Guoyong, “Die tiefgreifendste Veränderung der letzten 30 Jahre vollzog sich in der Zivilgesellschaft”
– Li Changping, “Die Wahren Gründe für die Armut der Bauern”
– He Weifang, “Die schwierige Reform des Justizwesens in China”
– Yu Jianrong, “Herausforderungen für die autoritäre Politik”
– Zhan Jiang, “Die Medien als treibende Kraft der Bürgerbeteiligung”
– Xu Youyu, “Globalisierung”
– Qin Hui, “Die Interaktion zweier Spannerraupen”
– Hu Angang, “Auf dem Weg nach Kopenhagen”
– Liu Junning, “Von den Reformen sur Systemreform”
– Yu Keping, “Demokratie ist eine gute Sache”

Holzman, Marie & Chen Yan, eds., Ecrits édifiants et curieux sur la Chine du 21e s., La Tour d’Aigues, L’Aube, 2003
– Li Shenzhi, “Objectif démocratie”
– Wu Guoguang, “La fin de la réforme et la continuation de l’histoire”
– Liu Xiaobo, “Feuille de route pour les droits de l’homme en Chine”
– Yan Jiaqi, “Face au poids de l’empire, une solution: le fédéralisme”
– Cheng Xiaonong, “Comment évaluer l’état reel de l’économie chinoise?”
– Sun Liping, “Les élites en phase de transition”
– Li Changping, “Point de salut sans organization autonome paysanne”
– He Qinglian, “Les femmes dans la tourmente des mutations sociales”
– Liang Xiaoyan, “Les ONG sous tutelle”
– Perry Link, “L’anaconda dans le chandelier”
– He Qinglian, “Le Falungong, révélateur de la société chinoise actuelle”
– Chen Yan, “Le cycle infernal de la politique en Chine, entre utopie et repression”

Hom, Sharon, and Stacy Mosher eds, Challenging China. Struggle and Hope in an Era of Change. Independent Chinese Voices on Life in Contemporary China, HRIC, 2007. Texts by: Chen Guidi&Wu Chuntao, Hu Jia, He Qinglian, Zhou Youjie, Yang Yinbo, Qiu Yueshou, Liu Xiaobo, He Qinglian, Zeng Renquan, Leng Wanbao, Yan Li, Wang Juntao, Liu Xiaobo, Yang Hongfeng, Yi Ban, Zhang Lin, Huang Xiang, Zeng Linlin, Wang Youqin, Ren Bumei, Gao Ertai, Wang Yu, Jin Yanming, Hu Ping, Leung Ka Lun, Wang Ai, Yu Jie. [these short essays are not included in part 1]

Leonard, Mark, ed. China 3.0. ECFR, 2012. http://www.ecfr.eu/page/-/ECFR66_CHINA_30_final.pdf
MODELS
-Cui Zhiyuan “The Chongqing experiment: the way forward for China?”
– Xiao Bin “The Guangdong model in transition”
ECONOMY
– Yu Yongding “Restructuring over growth”
– Justin Yifu Lin “China’s potential for sustained dynamic growth”
– Zhang Weiying “From privilege to rights”
– Wang Shaoguang “Chinese socialism 3.0”
– Hu Shuli “China: Staying on track”
POLITICS
– Sun Liping “The Wukan model and China’s democratic potential”
– Ma Jun “Accountability without elections”
– Pan Wei and Shang Ying “A new approach to stability preservation”
– Wang Hui “Political repression and the resurgence of neoliberalism in China”
– Michael Anti “The Chinanet and smart censorship”
FOREIGN POLICY
– Wang Yizhou “ ‘Creative involvement’: a new direction in Chinese diplomacy”
– Yan Xuetong “The weakening of the unipolar configuration”
– Wang Jisi “China’s grim international environment”

PEN International, Creativity and Constraint in today’s China, 3 May 2013. (Contributions by Yu Jie, Teng Biao, Tsering Woeser, Liao Yiwu, Liu Di, Ye Du, Murong Xuecun, Gao Du, Sha Yexin, Dai Qing). [these short essays are not included in part 1]

Wang, Chaohua, ed., One China, Many Paths, Verso, 2003.
– Wang Chaohua, “Minds of the Nineties”
Wang Hui, “The New Criticism”
Zhu Xueqin, “For a Chinese Liberalism”
– Chen Pingyuan, “Scholarship, Ideas, Politics”
– Qin Hui, “Dividing the Big Family Assets”
– He Qinglian, “A Listing Social Structure”
– Wang Yi, “From Status to Contract”
– Li Changping, “The Crisis in the Countryside”
– Hu Angang, “Equity and Efficiency”
– Xiao Xuehui, “Industrializing Education?”
– Wang Anyi, “Tales of Gender”
– Gan Yang, “The Citizen and the Constitution”
– Wang Xiaoming, “A Manifesto for Cultural Studies”
– Qian Liqun, “Refusing to Forget”
– Wang Dan, Li Minqi, Wang Chaohua, “Dialogue on the Future of China.”

Zhang Xudong, eds., Intellectual Politics in Post-Tiananmen China, special issue of Social Text, no. 55, vol. 16, no.2, 1998. (reprinted with additional material as Zhang, Xudong, ed., Whither China, 2001)
– Gan Yang, “Debating Liberalism and Democracy in China”
– Cui Zhiyuan, “Whither China? The Discourse on Property Rights Reform in China.”
– Wang Shaoguang, “The Changing Role of Government in China”
– Wang Hui, “Contemporary Chinese Thought and the Question of Modernity”

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