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日本游仲勋教授赠书文库

 

 

 近日,日本著名华侨华人研究专家游仲勋教授委托我院李国梁教授,向本中心图书馆捐赠了一批宝贵的英日中法文学术专著,以支持我院教学科研事业的发展。现本馆已辟专柜珍藏,书目附后(李彬、杨阳录)。欢迎老师同学们查阅。

 

 

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1.1.1

A gallery of Chinese kapitans

1.2

Chinese merchant families in lloilo

1.3

The Chinese overseas

1.4

In search of equality

1.5

The Asian American century

1.6

Sold for silver

1.7

Contemporary American immigrants

1.8

Unsubmissive women

1.9

The future of the overseas Chinese in southeast Asia

1.10

Ethnic relations in kelantan

1.11

Asian Americans in transition

1.12

The organization of Chinese emigration 1848-1888

1.13

The political structure of the Chinese community in Cambodia

1.14

The Political Structure of the Chinese Community in Cambodia

1.15

Chinatown, N.Y.

1.16

Civil rights issues facing Asian Americans in the 1990s

1.17

The Chinese expansion and the world today: north American experience

1.18

OEI TIONG ham concern: the first business empire of southeast Asia

1.19

The struggle for the MCA

1.20

After the Chinese taste China’s influence in America, 1730-1930

1.21

The national status of the Chinese in Indonesia 1900-1958

1.22

The reemergence of an inner city: the pivot of Chinese settlement in the east bay region of the san Francisco bay area

1.23

Peranakan Chinese politics in Indonesia

1.24

Aspirations and frustrations of the Chinese youth in the san Francisco bay area: aspersions upon the societal scheme

1.25

The Chinese in butte county, California, 1860-1920

1.26

Traditional Chinese concepts of food and medicine in Singapore

1.27

Occupational mobility and kinship assistance: a study of Chinese immigrants in Chicago

1.28

Asian American panethnicity

1.29

The li dynasty Hong Kong aristocrats

1.30

Culture change among Chinese agriculture settlers in British north boreneo

1.31

Kanowit: an overseas Chinese community in borneo

1.32

Chinese marriage patterns in Singapore

1.33

Moneylenders and the economic development of lower Burma-an exploratory historical…

1.34

Tales of Chinatown

1.35

Chinese churches in Thailand

1.36

Chinese Indonesians -state policy, monoculture and multiculture

1.37

The expanding roles of Chinese Americans in u.s.-china relations

1.38

The expanding roles of Chinese Americans in U.S.-china relations

1.39

Treacherous river-a study of rural Chinese in north Malaya

1.40

The hatchet men

1.41

Who are the Chinese Texans?

1.42

Business groups in Thailand

1.43

Migration and the labour market in Asia –recent trends and policies

1.44

Trends in international migration

1.45

Proceedings of the international symposium on ethnic Chinese and the world economy

1.46

Replacement migration- is it a solution to declining and ageing populations?

1.47

Towards a fair deal for migrant workers in the global economy

1.48

Overseas ethnic- Chinese economy

1.49

Management Japan

1.50

Trade in strangers

2.51

The junk trade from southeast Asia- translations from the tosen fusetsugaki, 1674-1723

2.52

The junk trade from southeast Asia – translations from the tosen fusetsu-gaki, 1674-1723

2.53

The new Asian immigration in los Angeles and global restructuring

2.54

The New Asian Immigration in Los Angeles and Global Restructuring

2.55

Families in Japan-changes, continuities, and regional variations

2.56

A singing ambivalence – American immigrants between old world and new, 1830-1930

2.57

Bulletin of the sohei nakayama IUJ Asia development research programme

2.58

Refugees from revolution- U.S. policy and third-world migration

2.59

Riad bulletin –1992

2.60

Riad bulletin–1993

2.61

Globalizing Chinese migration –trends in Europe and Asia

2.62

Globalizing Chinese migration-trends in Europe and asia

2.63

Internal and international migration – Chinese persprectives

2.64

Ethnic Chinese – their economy, politics and culture

2.65

The indo-Chinese refugee dilemma

2.66

Asian Americans and the law- Chinese immigrants and American law 1

2.67

Asian Americans and the law- Chinese immigrants and American law 1

2.68

Asian Americans and the law- Japanese immigrants and American law 2

2.69

Asian Americans and the law- Japanese immigrants and American law 2

2.70

Asian Americans and the law-The mass internment of Japanese Americans and the quest for legal redress 3

2.71

Asian Americans and the law-The mass internment of Japanese Americans and the quest for legal redress 3

2.72

Asian Americans and the law-Asian Indians, Filipinos, other Asian communities and the law 4

2.73

Asian Americans and the law-Asian Indians, Filipinos, other Asian communities and the law 4

2.74

Commercial networks in modern Asia

2.75

Becoming Chinese American

2.76

Emigration and the Chinese lineage – the mans in Hong Kong and London

 

Asian America – Chinese and Japanese in the united states since 1850

2.77

Southeast Asian Chinese – the socio-cultural dimension

2.78

Southeast Asian Chinese and china – the politico-economic dimension

2.79

Prominent Indonesian Chinese – biographical sketches

2.80

Japanese bosses, Chinese workers – power and control in a Hong Kong megastore

2.81

Contemporary Asian America – a multidisciplinary reader

2.82

Foreign capital in southeast Asia

2.83

Bangka tin and mentok pepper

2.84

PRC business firms in Hong Kong and Macau

3.85

The Asian American encyclopedia 3

3.86

The Asian American encyclopedia 4

3.87

The Asian American encyclopedia 5

3.88

The Asian American encyclopedia 6

3.89

Report of the joint special committee to investigate Chinese immigration

3.90

Report of the royal commission on Chinese immigration

3.91

My life in china and America

3.92

Reaction to the Chinese in the pacific northwest and British Columbia 1850 to 1910

3.93

The growth and decline of Chinese communities in the rocky mountain region

3.94

The Growth and Decline of Chinese Communities in the Rocky Mountain Region

3.95

Congressional policy of Chinese immigration

3.96

The chinaman as we see him

3.97

The Chinese in America

3.98

The Chinese in America

3.99

Chinese adolescents in Britain and Hong Kong – identity and aspirations

3.100

Ambition and identity – Chinese merchant elites in colonial manila, 1880-1916

3.101

The ethnic Chinese and economic development in Vietnam

3.102

A comparative approach to redefining Chinese-ness in the ERA of globalization

3.103

Making and remaking Asian America through immigration policy, 1850-1990

3.104

Making and remaking Asian America through immigration policy, 1850-1990

3.105

The Chinese of Sarawak

3.106

Indonesian Chinese in crisis

3.107

Braving a new world - Cambodian refugees in an American city

3.108

Pirates of the south china coast 1790-1810

3.109

Bitter melon – stories from the last rural Chinese town in America

3.110

The Chinese Diaspora – selected essays volume I

3.111

The Chinese diaspora – selected essays volume II

3.112

Underemployment among Asians in the united states – Asian Indian, Filipino, and Vietnamese workers

3.113

Australia and the non-white migrant

3.114

Chinese society in rural Malaysia

3.115

Dreaming of gold, dreaming of home

3.116

Indochinese refugees in America

3.117

The development of bumiputera enterprises and Sino Malay economic cooperaton in Malaysia

3.118

Formation and restructuring of business groups in Malaysia

3.119

Changing identities of the southeast Asian Chinese since world war II

4.120

Studies in pacific history – economics, politics and migration

4.121

Institutional racism – the case of hawai’i

4.122

The overseas Chinese

4.123

The overseas Chinese

4.124

Asia’s wealth club

4.125

Chinese business enterprise in Asia

4.126

Rural capitalists in Asia

4.127

Pribumi Indonesians, the Chinese minority and china

4.128

Pribumi Indonesians, the Chinese Minority and China

4.129

The sandalwood mountains – readings and stories of the early Chinese in Hawaii

4.130

Let the people judge

4.131

The making of an overseas Chinese legend

4.132

Community and politics: the Chinese in colonial Singapore and Malaysia

4.133

Community and Politics: The Chinese in Colonial Singapore and Malaysia

4.134

Surviving the city – the Chinese immigrant experience in New York city, 1890-1970

4.135

Surviving the city – the Chinese immigrant experience in New York city, 1890-1970

4.136

The Asian American movement

4.137

One hundred years’ history of the Chinese in Singapore

4.138

The new Chinatown

4.139

An anecdotal history of old times in Singapore 1819-1867

4.140

The Chinese in Europe

4.141

Social change and the Chinese in Singapore

4.142

Social Change and the Chinese in Singapore

4.143

The elder Chinese

4.144

The yellow peril – Chinese Americans in American fiction, 1850-1940

4.145

Chinese in America: stereotyped past, changing present

4.146

The Chinese in America 1820-1973

4.147

Linking our lives – Chinese American women of los Angeles

4.148

If they don’t bring their women here – Chinese female immigration before exclusion

4.149

If they don’t bring their women here – Chinese female immigration before exclusion

4.150

Asian business networks

4.151

The Chinese in London

4.152

Chinese migration and settlement in Australia

4.153

Chinese capitalism, 1522-1840

4.154

The Chinese in southeast Asia  volume 1 ethnicity and economy activity

4.155

UMI dissertation services

4.156

Multicultural Hawaii - the fabric of a multiethnic society

4.157

Histories of the Chinese in Australasia and the south pacific

5.158

Die uberseechinesen in sudostasien

5.159

The manners and customs of the Chinese if the straits settlements

5.160

At American’s gates

5.161

Singapore Chinese society in transition

5.162

Orientations

5.163

Chinese big business in the Philippines – political leadership and change

5.164

The invisible china – the overseas Chinese and the politics of southeast Asia

5.165

Blood, sweat, and mahjong

5.166

Blood, sweat, and mahjong

5.167

Asian American studies after critical mass

5.168

Chinese on the American frontier

5.169

Chinese ST.LOUIS – from enclave to cultural community

5.170

The economic condition of Chinese Americans

5.171

Asian Americans – personality patterns, identity, and mental health

5.172

An international scientific community

5.173

Reluctant exiles? – migration from Hong Kong and the new overseas Chinese

5.174

Reluctant exiles? – migration from Hong Kong and the new overseas Chinese

5.175

Essential outsiders

5.176

Chinese leadership and power in colonial Singapore

5.177

Chinese leadership and power in colonial Singapore

5.178

Ginseng and aspirin

5.179

Megatrends Asia

5.180

The ethnic Chinese in the asean states – bibliographical essays

5.181

Chineseness across borders

5.182

The anti-Chinese movement in California

5.183

Nanyang perspective: Chinese students in multiracial Singapore

5.184

Southeast Asian exports since the 14th century cloves, pepper, coffee, and sugar

5.185

Greater china: the next superpower?

5.186

Emergence, development and dissolution of the pro-china organizations in Singapore NO.87

5.187

The Chinese in Britain

5.188

Chinese san Francisco, 1850-1943

5.189

Chinese San Francisco, 1850-1943

5.190

Becoming Asian American

5.191

Stepping out – the making of Chinese entrepreneurs

5.192

The chineseness of china – selected essays

6.193

Sailing for the sun – the Chinese in Hawaii 1789-1989

6.194

The tenth biennial conference 1993 – association of Asian social science research councils

6.195

Asians in America – the history and immigration of Asian Americans 1

6.196

The Chinese in Indonesia

6.197

The concubine’s children

6.198

The management of ethnic relations in public housing estates

6.199

Confucian traditions in east Asian modernity

6.200

The Chinese in southeast Asia - volume2 identity, culture and politics

6.201

Cosmopolitan capitalists – Hong Kong and the Chinese Diaspora at the end of the 20th century

6.202

Closing the gate – race, politics, and the Chinese exclusion act

6.203

TAY CHEN LOCK PAPERS

6.204

The invisible state – the formation of the Australian state 1788-1901

6.205

Chinese America – mental health and quality of life in the inner city

6.206

Chinese migrations, with special reference to labor conditions

6.207

Coolies and mandarins

6.208

Second daughter – growing up in china, 1930-1949

6.209