The Making of a Family Saga; Contents; List of Abbreviations; Acknowledgments; Introduction: Telling Stories of Ginling; Ginling college; The family discourse; Sources and Scholarship; organization of chap t er s;
Chapter 1. The House of a Hundred Rooms (1915-23); Setting and dramatis personae; The house of a hundred rooms; We had a dream; Creation of the family discourse; Implementation of the family discourse: Initial negotiationsThe creation and dissemination of the discourse of the Ginling; Student compositions:the kingdom of god in china;
Chapter 2. Building These Hallowed Halls(1923-27).
The new ginling homeTraining her body for god or for china:peat ginling (i); Femininity, Christianity, and Nationalism:Peat ginling (i i); Awakening to rising conflicts;
Chapter 3. The Return of the Native Daughter (1927-37); The tempest of 1927; Mother and Daughter; Cooperation, equality, and power:ginling's battle for independence in the 1920s; Dissent, squabble, and unrest:"family" life in the 1920s to 1930s;
Chapter 4. Dispersion and Reunion(1937-45); The nanj ing massacre: 1937-38; Sharing the fate of the national family i:adventures of the ginling family in exile.
Sharing the fate of the national family i i:curricular adjustmentsHead of the family in the war; Heaven or hell?the two sides of the war story;
Chapter 5. Things Came Undone(1945-52); Homecoming; Disintegration and countermeasures at postwar ginling; Regime change and the end; Epilogue: Resurrection and Reunion; Family correspondence; Ginling reborn; The discourse of the ginling family:f inal accounting; Appendix A. Biographical Dictionary; Appendix B. Glossary of Chinese Characters; Appendix C. Catalogue of Names and Times of Interviews by the Author; Notes; Bibliography; Index; A; B; C; D.
EF; G; H; I; J; K; L; M; N; P; Q; R; S; T; U; V; W; X; Y; Z.