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目次

  • INTRODUCTION:THE DIVERSITY OF THE MONGOLS
    • 1.Beyond nomadism
    • 2.Inner Mongolia:one of China’s ethnically‐diverse areas
    • 3.Research methodology
    • 4.The structure of the book
  • Chapter One LAND RECLAMATION AND THE CONTROVERSY SURROUNDING MONGOL LAND
    • Introduction
    • 1.Horchin Left Wing Middle Banner and the transformation of the Horchin tribe
    • 2.Private land reclamation
    • 3.The New Policies and the reclamation of Mongol Land
    • 4.The reclamation of the Henanhebei Wasteland
    • 5.The reclamation of the Dongjia Wasteland
    • Conclusion
  • Chapter Two WHO OWNED MONGOL LAND?THE PROBLEM OF‘CULTIVATED LAND’
    • Introduction
    • 1.Research into Mongol Land ownership
    • 2.Was cultivated land privately owned?
    • 3.Policies regarding cultivated land during the period of Mongol Land reclamation
    • 4.The disappearance of the term‘cultivated land’
    • Conclusion
  • Chapter Three MONGOL PRINCES AND THE RECLAMATION OF MONGOL LAND:PRINCE ÜNDÜR AND THE XIJIA WASTELAND
    • Introduction
    • 1.Problems with the reclamation of the Xijia Wasteland
    • 2.Prince Ündür Yangsanjab
    • 3.The Ninth Panchen Lama and the reclamation of Mongol Land
    • 4.Prince Ündür’s opposition of Land reclamation
    • 5.The arrest of Wu Ziyuan and the disbanding of the Mongol Banner Army
    • Conclusion
  • Chapter Four THE RECLAMATION OF THE LIAOBEI WASTELAND AND GADA MEIREN’S UPRISING
    • Introduction
    • 1.The formation of the Xinkai River and the expansion of the reclamation of Mongol Land
    • 2.Problems with the reclamation of the Liaobei Wasteland
    • 3.Plans for the reclamation of the Liaobei Wasteland
    • 4.The anti‐reclamation movement and Gada Meiren’s uprising
    • 5.Gada Meiren in the archives
    • Conclusion
  • Chapter Five A HISTORY OF LANGBUNTOBU VILLAGE:THE INTEGRATION OF A COMMUNITY OF IMMIGRANTS
    • Introduction
    • 1.The initial formation of the village
    • 2.Mongol migration within the banner
    • 3.Migration from outside of the banner
    • 4.The Jindandao Rebellion and the northward migration of the Mongols of Josotu League
    • 5.The Old Han Chinese:Bahiin hün and the retainers of princesses
    • 6.Mongol−Manchu marriage alliances and the Mongolisation of Manchus
    • 7.The new Han Chinese
    • 8.Land Reform and Han Chinese immigration after the Chinese Revolution
    • Conclusion
  • Chapter Six MARRIAGE NETWORKS AND THE FORMATION OF A MULTIETHNIC VILLAGE COMMUNITY
    • Introduction
    • 1.Intermarriage amongst the main lineages and the cohesion of village society
    • 2.The realisation of a multiethnic society
    • Conclusion
  • Chapter Seven THE FORMATION OF AGRICULTURAL MONGOL VILLAGES AND THE COEXISTENCE OF PASTORALISM AND AGRICULTURE
    • Introduction
    • 1.The origins of Mongol villages in eastern Inner Mongolia:tobu,ail,ger
    • 2.Sedentarisation,the spread of agriculture and the endurance of pastoralism
    • 3.The emergence of a semi‐agricultural,semi‐pastoral way of life
    • Conclusion
  • Chapter Eight FIELDWORK
    • Introduction
    • 1.Arriving at the fieldsite
    • 2.Fieldwork in Langbuntobu gachaa
    • 3.The search for family trees
    • 4.The traces of Prince Darhan’s residence
    • 5.The memorial to Gada Meiren
    • 6.A visit to the Sixth Brigade of the Bayantal State Farm
    • 7.A visit to Fuxin Mongol Autonomous County
    • 8.The prince’s tombs in Fake County
    • 9.Bayanbulag gachaa in Ar Horchin Banner
    • Conclusion

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