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Sources: Bibliographies, Periodicals (Western)

May 6, 2010

Lust, John, Henri Cordier, and Tung-li Yuan. Index Sinicus: a catalogue of articles relating to China in periodicals and other collective publications, 1920-1955. Cambridge, Eng.,: W. Heffer, 1964.

The periodical extension of Cordier’s Bibliotheca Sinica, contains articles written in Western languages relating to China dating from 1922 – 1955. (Zurndorfer, 61 – 62)

Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace, and Julia Tung. Bibliography of Chinese Government serials, 1880-1949 : material in Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace. Stanford, Calif.: East Asian Collection, Hoover Institution. Stanford University, 1979.

Lists 527 titles of government serials indexed according to subject, Chinese title, and publisher; alphabetical listings by romanized titles.

Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace, East Asian Collection and Julia Tung. Bibliography of Chinese academic serials, pre-1949: material in Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace = Zhongguo daxue yu zhuanke qikan mulu 中國大學與專科期刊目錄. Stanford, Calif.: East Asian Collection, Hoover Institution, Stanford University, 1982.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Libraries, and Bernadette P. N. Shih. International union list of Communist Chinese serials: scientific, technical, and medical, with selected social science titles. Cambridge,: n.p., 1963.

Soong, James Chu-yul. The Red flag (Hung ch’i), 1958-1968; a research guide. Washington,: Center for Chinese Research Materials Association of Research Libraries, 1969.

Red Flag was the main theoretical journal of the CCP during the Maoist era. This guide lists articles by topic, and translations. It indexes authors, people named, and reproduces tables of contents as well as Red Flag’s own annual subject index.

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