- Title Pages
- Chapter 1 Middlemen, Social Networks, and State-Building in Republican Shanghai
- Chapter 2 Huang Yanpei and the Chinese Society of Vocational Education in Shanghai Networking
- Chapter 3 Wang Yiting in the Social Networks of 1910s–1930s Shanghai
- Chapter 4 Du Yuesheng, the French Concession, and Social Networks in Shanghai
- Chapter 5 Popular Protest in Shanghai, 1919–1927:
- Chapter 6 The National Salvation Movement and Social Networks in Republican Shanghai
- Chapter 7 Politics of Trial, the News Media, and Social Networks in Nationalist China:
- Chapter 8 What Is In a Network? Local, Personal, and Public Loyalties in the Context of Changing Conceptions of the State and Social Welfare
- Chapter 9 The Politics of Philanthropy:
- Chapter 10 Cosmopolitan Connections and Transnational Networks
- At the Crossroads of Empires
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