This is a complete bibliography of my publications (as of 29 April 2017). As can be seen from the titles, my research has primarily been devoted to the history of Christianity in China as well as the violence of the Boxer Movement (義和團運動) which inflicted much death and destruction on Chinese Christians and foreign missionaries in North China during the years from 1898 to 1901.

It should be noted that the author’s name has been printed in a variety of ways over the years. My preferred author name in English-language publications is ‘R. G. Tiedemann’, although in a few works my full German name has been given: ‘Rolf Gerhard Tiedemann’. In one of my contributions, the editors contrived to change my given name to ‘Roger’. In Germany, some articles were published under my ‘normal’ German name, ‘Gerhard Tiedemann’. My Chinese name is 狄德滿.

Particular note should, however, be taken of the fact that ‘Gary’ is a nickname which was
inflicted on me in the United States many decades ago. Some clever scholars referring to my publications have insisted on changing ‘R. G.’ to ‘R. Gary’ in their footnotes and bibliographies. That is a rather misleading assumption and does not find favour.


A. Books

  1. Reference Guide to Christian Missionary Societies in China: From the 16th to the 20th Century (Armonk, N.Y.: M.E. Sharpe, 2009).
  2. [狄德滿], Huabei de baoli he konghuang : Yihetuan yundong qianxi Jidujiao chuanbo he shehui chongtu 《华北的暴力和恐慌:义和团运动前夕的基督教传播和社会冲突》
    [Violence and Fear in North China: Christian Missions and Social Conflict on the Eve of the Boxer Uprising] (Haiwai Zhongguo yanjiu congshu 海外中国研究丛书). (Nanjing: Jiangsu renmin chubanshe, June 2011).
  3. [狄德满], Xiwen Yihetuan wenxian ziliao huibian 西文义和团文献资料汇编, A Bibliography of Western Language Material on the Boxer Movement (Jinan: Shandong University Press, 2016).

B. Edited Books

  1. With Robert Bickers, The Boxers, China and the World (Lanham, Md.: Rowman &
    Littlefield, 2007).
  2. Handbook of Christianity in China, Vol. Two: 1800-Present, (Leiden: Brill, 2010). xlii + 1,050 pp. About half of the contributions to this volume were written by me.

C. Articles in Journals

  1. “A Short Note on the Archives of the London Missionary Society”, Ch’ing-shih wen-t’i 3.5 (November 1976), pp. 86-90.
  2. “Rural Change, Peasant Conservatism, and the Transition to Capitalism”, Journal of Peasant Studies 9.1 (October 1981), pp. 97-109.
  3. “The Persistence of Banditry: Incidents in Border Districts of the North China Plain”,
    Modern China 8.4 (October 1982), pp. 395-433.
  4. [狄德滿], “Wan Qing Jidujiao, diguo zhuyi yu Yihetuan de xingqi” 晚清基督教,帝国主义 与义和团的兴起 [Late Qing Christianity, imperialism and the rise of the Boxers] in
    Shandong shehui kexue 山东社会科学 [Shandong Social Science] (1990.6) pp. 12-14.
  5. [狄德滿], “Liyuantun jiaoan he Yihequan de qiyuan” 梨园屯教安和义和拳的起源 [The Liyuantun missionary case and the origin of the Boxers], Yihetuan yanjiu hui tongxun 义和团 研究会通讯 [Newsletter of the Boxer Research Society] No. 16 (March 1992) pp. 11-22.
  6. “Christianity and Chinese ‘Heterodox Sects’: Mass Conversion and Syncretism in Shandong Province in the Early Eighteenth Century”, Monumenta Serica 44 (1996), pp. 339-382.
  7. “Boxers, Christians and the Culture of Violence in North China”, [Review article concerning Paul A. Cohen, History in Three Keys: The Boxers as Event, Experience, and Myth. (New York: Columbia University Press, 1997)], Journal of Peasant Studies 25.4 (July 1998), pp. 150-160.
  8. “A Baptism of Fire: China’s Christians Experience the Boxer Uprising of 1900”,
    International Bulletin of Missionary Research (Jan 2000), pp. 7-12.
  9. [狄德滿], “Yihetuanmin yu Tianzhu jiaotu zai Huabei de wuzhuang chongtu” 义和团民与天 主教徒在华北的武装冲突 [Armed conflicts between Boxers and Catholics in North China], Lishi yanjiu 历史研究 (2002), No. 5, pp. 79-93.
  10. “Protestant ‘Missionary Cases’ (jiao’an) in Shandong Province, 1860-1900”, Ching Feng: A Journal on Christianity and Chinese Religion and Culture n.s. 8.1-2 (2007), pp. 153-195.
  11. “Controlling the Virgins: Female Propagators of the Faith and the Catholic Hierarchy in China”, Women’s History Review 17.4 (September 2008), pp. 501-520.
  12. “The Origins and Organizational Developments of the Pentecostal Missionary Enterprise in China”, Asian Journal of Pentecostal Studies 14.1 (2011), pp. 108-146. [The issue was published in February 2013.]
  13. “Foreign Missionaries, Chinese Christians and the 1911 Revolution”, Tripod 31 (Hongkong, Autumn 2011), pp. 12-34. The Chinese version, which is titled 《外方傳教士,中國基督徒 與辛亥革命》, is on pp. 13-30 of this issue’s Chinese section.
    Published in German as: “Ausländische Missionare, chinesische Christen und die Revolution von 1911”, China heute 31.1 (Sankt Augustin, Germany, 2012), pp. 47-56.
  14. “Comity Agreements and Sheep Stealers: The Elusive Search for Christian Unity Among Protestants in China”, International Bulletin of Missionary Research 36.1 (January 2012), pp. 3-8.
  15. “Protestant Revivals in China with Particular Reference to Shandong Province”, Studies in World Christianity 18.3 (December 2012), pp. 213-236.
  16. [狄德滿], “Zhongguo Yihetuan zhanzheng yu maohe shenli guanhe zuozhan” 中国义和团战 争与貌合神离联合作战, Yihetuan yanjiu hui tongxun 义和团研究会通讯 [Newsletter of the Boxer Research Society] No. 52 (December 2015), pp. 8-26.
    (Translation of my Roundtable presentation at the 22nd Congress of the International Committee of Historical Sciences, Jinan, China, 23-29 August 2015: “The Boxer War in China and the Limits of Coalition Warfare”.)

D. Chapters in Edited Volumes

  1. [狄德滿], (with C.A. Curwen 柯文南), “Guanyu Taiping Tianguo zhi Xiwen ziliao” 关于太 平天国之西文资料 [Western sources on the Taiping Tianguo], in: ‘Taiping Tianguo xuekan’ bianweihui 太平天国学刊编委会 (ed.), Taiping Tianguo xuekan 太平天国学刊 Vol. 5 (Beijing: Zhonghua shuju, 1987), pp. 33-45.
  2. “Wartime Guerrilla Economy and the Chinese Road to Development”, in: Peter Robb (ed.), Managed Economies in World War II. (Occasional Papers in Third World Economic History No.3). (London: School or Oriental and African Studies, University of London, 1991), pp. 16-34.
  3. [狄德滿], “Jidujiao, diguo zhuyi yu QingmoYihetuan yundong de xingqi” 基督教,帝国主 义与清末义和团运动的兴起 [Christianity, imperialism and the rise of the Boxer movement], in: Chinese Boxer Research Association (ed.), Yihetuan yundong yu jindai Zhongguo shehui guoji xueshu taolunhui lunwenji 义和团运动与近代中国社会国际学术讨论会论文集
    [Collected essays of the International Symposium on the Boxer Movement and Modern Chinese Society]. (Ji’nan: Qi-Lu shushe, 1992), pp. 336-358.
  4. “Christianity in a Violent Environment: The North China Plain on the Eve of the Boxer Uprising”, in: Jeroom Heyndrickx CICM (ed.), Historiography of the Chinese Catholic Church: Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries. (Louvain Chinese Studies, I). (Louvain: Ferdinand Verbiest Foundation, K.U. Leuven, 1994), pp. 138-144.
  5. “Der missionspolitische Kontext in Süd-Shantung am Vorabend des Boxeraufstands in China” [The missio-political context in South Shandong on the eve of the Boxer Uprising], postscript in: Stephan Puhl, Georg M. Stenz SVD (1869-1928). Chinamissionar im Kaiserreich und in der Republik. (Nettetal: Steyler Verlag, 1994), pp. 275-312.
  6. “Christian Missions in Shandong in the Context of China’s National and Revolutionary Development, 1895-1928”, in: Heike Liebau and Ulrich van der Heyden (eds.), Missionsgeschichte — Kirchengeschichte — Weltgeschichte. Christliche Missionen im Kontext nationaler Entwicklungen in Afrika, Asien und Ozeanien. (Missionsgeschichtliches Archiv. Studien der Berliner Gesellschaft für Missionsgeschichte, 1). (Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag, 1996), pp. 387-404.
  7. “Communist Revolution and Peasant Mobilisation in the Hinterland of North China: The Early Years”, in: Henry Bernstein and Tom Brass (eds.), Agrarian Questions: Essays in Appreciation of T.J. Byres. (Library of Peasant Studies, 14). (London and Portland, OR: Frank Cass, 1996), pp.132-152. The volume was also published as a special issue of The Journal of Peasant Studies 24.1-2 (October 1996).
  8. “Vorwort” in: Emily Lehmann, Scheitern um zu begreifen. Als Missionarin und Pfarrfrau in China 1936 bis 1949. (Cognoscere, Vol. 11). (Berlin: edition ost, 1997), pp. 7-15.
  9. “Foreword”, in Dan Cui, The Cultural Contribution of British Protestant Missionaries and British-American Cooperation to China’s National Development during the 1920s. (Lanham, New York, Oxford: University Press of America, 1998), pp. xiii-xvii.
  10. “China and Its Neighbours”, Chapter 11 in: Adrian Hastings (ed.), A World History of
    Christianity. (London: Cassells, 1999), pp. 369-415.
  11. “‘Christian Civilization’ or ‘Cultural Expansion’? The German Missionary Enterprise in China, 1882-1919”, in: Danny S.L. Paau and Ricardo K.S. Mak (eds.), Sino-German
    Relations since the 18th Century: Multi-disciplinary Exploration (Frankfurt a.M.: Peter Lang, 2000), pp.109-134.
  12. “Xifang Yihetuan yundong yanjiu yibai nian” 西方义和团运动研究一百年 [One Hundred Years of Boxer Movement Studies in the West], in: Su Weizhi 苏位智 and Liu Tianlu 刘天路 (eds.), Yihetuan yanjiu yibai nian 义和团研究一百年 [One hundred years of Boxer studies]. (Ji’nan: Qi-Lu shushe, 2000); pp. 277-308.
  13. [狄德滿], “Waiwen lunzhu mulu — Yingwen; Fawen; Dewen; Yidaliwen; qita Xiwen” 外文 论著目录一英文、法文、德文、意大利文、其他西文 [Bibliography of foreign language publications (on the Boxer movement) — English; French; German; Italian; miscellaneous Western languages], in: Su Weizhi 苏位智 and Liu Tianlu 刘天路 (eds.), Yihetuan yanjiu yibai nian 义和团研究一百年 [One hundred years of Boxer studies]. (Ji’nan: Qi-Lu shushe, 2000); pp. 623-780.
  14. “Conversion Patterns in North China: Sociological Profiles of Chinese Christians, 1860-1912”, in: Ku Wei-ying and Koen De Ridder (eds.), Authentic Chinese Christianity: Preludes to Its Development (Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries) (Leuven Chinese Studies, Vol. 9)
    (Louvain: Leuven University Press, 2001), pp. 107-133.
  15. [狄德滿], “Dadaohui yu Yihetuan yundong de guanxi” 大刀会与义和团运动的关系 [The
    Big Sword Society and Its Relations with the Boxer Movement, 1895-1900], in: Su Weizhi 苏位智 and Liu Tianlu 刘天路 (eds.), Yihetuan yundong 100 zhounian guoji xueshu taolunhui lunwenji 义和团运动 100 周年国际学术讨论会论文集 [Collected essays of the International Symposium Commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Boxer Movement]
    (Ji’nan: Shandong daxue chubanshe, 2002), Vol. 1, pp. 673-702.
  16. “Shandong Missions and the Dutch Connection 1860-1919”, in: W. F. Vande Walle and Noël Golvers (eds.), The History of the Relations between the Low Countries and China in the Qing Era (1644-1911). (Leuven Chinese Studies, 14.) (Louvain: Leuven University Press and Ferdinand Verbiest Foundation, K.U. Leuven, 2003), 271-298.
    Note that the author’s name is wrong: instead of Roger G. Tiedemann, it should be R.G. Tiedemann.
  17. “‘They also Served!’ Missionary Interventions in North China, 1900-1945”, in: Tao Feiya 陶 飛亞 and Philip Yuen-Sang Leung 梁元生 (eds.), Dong-Ya Jidujiao zaiquanshi 東亞基督教 再詮釋 [Reinterpreting the East Asian Christianity] (Studies in Religion and Chinese Society, 9.) Hongkong: Centre for the Study of Religion and Chinese Society, Chung Chi College, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2004), pp. 155-194.
  18. “Social Gospel and Fundamentalism: Conflicting Approaches in the Protestant Missionary Enterprise in China (1840-1911)”, in: Agostino Giovagnoli and Elisa Giunipero (eds.), The Catholic Church and the Chinese World: Between Colonialism and Evangelization (1840-1911) (Vatican City: Urbaniana University Press, 2005), pp. 83-105.
  19. “Adaptation and Resistance in North China: Missionary Reactions to Political Change in Shandong Province 1882-1928”, in: Ulrich van der Heyden and Holger Stoecker (eds.), Mission und Macht im Wandel politischer Orientierungen. Europäische Missionsgesellschaften in politischen Spannungsfeldern in Afrika und Asien zwischen 1800 und 1945 (Missionsgeschichtliches Archiv, Vol. 10). (Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag, 2005), pp. 305-321.
  20. “Missionarischer Einzelgänger oder Visionär? Die Missionsmethode Gützlaffs”, in: Thoralf Klein and Reinhard Zöllner (eds.), Karl Gützlaff (1803-1851) und das Christentum in Ostasien. Ein Missionar zwischen den Kulturen (Collectanea Serica). (Sankt Augustin: Monumenta Serica, [2005] ), pp. 193-231.
  21. “Missionaries, Imperialism and the Boxer Uprising: Some Historiographical
    Considerations”, in: Ku Wei-ying 古偉瀛 (ed.), Dong-Xi jiaoliushi de xinju: yi Jidu zongjiao wei zhongxin 東西交流史的新局:以基督宗教為中心 [New Situation of the History of East-Western Exchanges: With the Focus on Christianity] (Taibei: Taida chuban zhongxin, 2005), pp. 309-357.
  22. [狄德滿], “Jidujiao yu xiandai Zhongguo shehui lishi: Dong-Xifang xueshu lilu taidu
    bianqian” 基督教與現代中國社會歷史 — 東西方學術理路的態度變遷 [Christianity and
    the history and society of modern China: changing attitudes in scholarly approaches in East and West], in: Peter Tze Ming Ng 吳梓明 and Wu Xiaoxin 吳小新 (eds.), Jidu yu Zhongguo shehui (Zongjiao yu Zhongguo shehui yanjiu congshu, 10) 基督與中國社會(宗教與中國社 會研究叢書、十) [Studies in Christianity and Chinese society and culture: essays from The Second International Young Scholars’ Symposium (Anthology Series on the Study of Religion and Chinese Society, 10) ] (Hongkong: Centre for the Study of Religion and Chinese Society, Chung Chi College, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2006), pp. 19-42.
  23. “Daily Life in China during the Taiping and Nian Rebellions, 1850-1865”, in: Stewart Lone (ed.), Daily Lives of Civilians in Wartime Asia: From the Taiping Rebellion to the Vietnam War (The Greenwood Press Daily Life Through History Series). (Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 2007), pp. 1-28.
  24. “Christianity in East Asia”; Chapter 23 in: Stewart J. Brown and Timothy Tackett (eds.), Cambridge History of Christianity, Vol. 7: Enlightenment, Reawakening and Revolution 1660-1815 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006), pp. 451-474.
  25. “The Church Militant: Armed Conflicts between Christians and Boxers in North China”, in: Robert Bickers and R.G. Tiedemann (eds.), The Boxers, China and the World (Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield, 2007), pp. 17-41.
  26. “Not Every Martyr Is a Saint! The Juye Missionary Case of 1897 Reconsidered”, in: Noël Golvers and Sara Lievens (eds.), A Lifelong Dedication to the China Mission: Essays Presented in Honor of Father Jeroom Heyndrickx, CICM, on the Occasion of his 75th Birthday and the 25th Anniversary of the F. Verbiest Institute K.U. Leuven (Leuven: Ferdinand Verbiest Institute K.U. Leuven, 2007), pp. 589-617.
  27. “Anti-Christian Conflict in Local Perspective. The Life and Times of Pang Sanjie: Patriot, Protector, Bandit or Revolutionary?”, in: Peter Chen-main Wang (ed.), Contextualization of Christianity in China: An Evaluation in Modern Perspective (Collectanea Serica) (Sankt Augustin, Germany: Monumenta Serica, 2007), pp. 243-275.
  28. “The Development of Catholic Education in North China: With Particular Reference to Shandong Province”, in: Peter Chen-main Wang (ed.), Setting the Roots Right: Christian Education in China and Taiwan 將根紮好: 基督宗教在華教育的檢討 (Taibei: Liming wenhua, 2007), pp. 157-190.
  29. “Indigenous Agency, Religious Protectorates, and Chinese Interests: The Expansion of Christianity in Nineteenth-Century China”, in Dana L. Robert (ed.), Converting Colonialism: Visions and Realities in Mission History, 1706-1914, (Grand Rapids, Mich.: William B. Eerdmans, 2008), pp. 206-241.
  30. “The Formation of Chinese Diocesan Religious Congregations and Sisterhoods in the Late Qing: Some Preliminary Observations on an Elusive Phenomenon”, in Rachel Lu Yan and Philip Vanhaelemeersch (eds.), Silent Force: Native Converts in the Catholic China Mission, (Leuven: Ferdinand Verbiest Institute, K. U. Leuven, 2009), pp. 37-58.
  31. “La storiografia relativa alle missioni e alle Chiese protestanti nella Cina del XX secolo”, in: Elisa Giunipero (ed.), Chiesa e Cina nel Novecento: Atti del Convegno ‘Sulle orme di Matteo Ricci. Chiesa e Cina nel Novecento’, Macerata, 8-9 marzo 2007 (Macerata: Edizioni Università di Macerata, 2009), pp. 233-263.
  32. “A Necessary Evil: The Contribution of Chinese ‘Virgins’ to the Growth of the Catholic Church in Late Qing China”, in: Jessie Gregory Lutz (ed.), Pioneer Chinese Christian Women: Gender, Christianity, and Social Mobility, (Bethlehem: Lehigh Univesrsity Press, 2010), pp. 87-107.
  33. “The Controversy over the Formation of an Indigenous Clergy and the Establishment of a Catholic Hierarchy in China, 1846-1926”, in: Roman Malek and Gianni Criveller (eds.), Light a Candle: Encounters and Friendship with China. Festschrift in Honour of Angelo S. Lazzarotto, P.I.M.E., (Sankt Augustin: Institut Monumenta Serica, 2010), pp. 337-375.
  34. [狄德滿], “The Development of Medical Missions in China: Controversies and
    Historiographical Considerations”, in: Liu Tianlu 刘天路 (ed.), Shenti, linghun, ziran:
    Zhongguo Jidujiao yu yiliao, shehui shiye yanjiu 《身体•灵魂•自然:中国基督教与医疗、社会事业研究》 [Body, Soul, Nature: Research into Christianity in China and Medical Care, Social Works] (Shanghai: Shanghai renmin chubanshe, 2010), pp. 385-413.
  35. [狄德滿], “Xifang xueshu dui Yihetuan yundong qiyuan de yanjiu shuping” 西方学术界对义 和团运动起源的研究述评 [Western Scholarship and Evolving Perspectives on the Origin of the Boxer Uprising], in: Zhang Kaiyuan East-West Cultural Exchange Scholarship Fund 章 开沅东西方文化交流学术基金 (ed.), Qiusuo Dong-Xi: Zhang Kaiyuan Dong-Xifang wenhua jiaoliu xueshu jijin jiangsuo wenji (2002-2009) 求索东西:章开沅东西方文化交流学术基 金讲座文集 (2002-2009) (Guangzhou: Huacheng chubanshe, 2011), pp. 275-287.
  36. [狄德滿], “Zhongguo Jidujiao de butong shengtai he xueshu yanjiu zhong de tongzhihua wenti” 中国基督教的不同生态学术研究中的同质化问题 [The Differential Ecology of Christianity in China and the Problem of Generalizations in Academic Research], in: Zhang Kaiyuan East-West Cultural Exchange Scholarship Fund 章开沅东西方文化交流学术基金 (ed.), Qiusuo Dong-Xi: Zhang Kaiyuan Dong-Xifang wenhua jiaoliu xueshu jijin jiangsuo wenji (2002-2009) 求索东西:章开沅东西方文化交流学术基金讲座文集 (2002-2009) (Guangzhou: Huacheng chubanshe, 2011), pp. 288-302.
  37. “The Localization of Christianity in North China”, in: Wong Man-kong 黃文江, Kwok Wai-luen 郭偉聯 and Lau Ye-cheung 劉義章 (eds.), Faliu shidao: Jindai Zhongguo Jidujiao quyu shi yanjiu 法流十道: 近代中國基督教區域史研究 [The Religion spread through the ten circuits: Studies in modern Chinese Christianity through regional perspectives]. (Hong Kong: Alliance Bible Seminary, 2013), pp. xxxiii – xlviii.
  38. “Politics, Society, and Culture of Taiwan: Observations of English Presbyterian
    Missionaries, 1865-1950”, in: Wang Chen-main 王成勉 (ed.), Taiwan jiaohui shiliao lunji 台 灣教會史料論集 [Taiwan Churches: Collected Essays on Historical Sources]. (Jhongli 中壢, Taiwan: National Central University Press, distributed by Yuan-Liu Publishing Company, 2013), pp. 235-264.
  39. “Changing Chinese Perspectives on Western Christianity during the Transition from
    Culturalism to Nationalism”, in: Judith Becker and Brian Stanley (eds.), Europe as the Other: External Perspectives on European Christianity. (Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Rupprecht, 2014), pp. 93-117.
  40. “Representations of Confucianism in the West ― An Overview of Changing Missionary Attitudes: From Matteo Ricci to Richard Wilhelm”, in: Wang Chen-main 王成勉 (ed.), Chuanjiaoshi bixia de dalu yu Taiwan 傳教士筆下的大陸與臺彎 [Missionary writings concerning the Mainland and Taiwan]. (Jhongli 中壢, Taiwan: National Central University Press, distributed by Yuan-Liu Publishing Company, 2014), pp. 11-56.
  41. “Chinese-Western Cultural Exchange in the Modern Age: Examples, Research Methods, Trends, and Prospects”, in: Wu Xiaoxin 吳小新 (ed.), Yuanfang xushi: Zhongguo Jidujiao yanjiu de shijiao, fangfa yu qushi 远方叙事: 中国基督宗教研究的视角、方法与趋势 Narratives from the Hinterland: Perspectives, Methodologies and Trends in the Study of Christianity in China (桂林: 广西师范大学出版社, 2014), pp. 3-31.
  42. “Western Imperialism and the Settling of ‘Missionary Cases’: With Particular Reference to Bishop Anzer in South Shandong”, in: Ferdinand Verbiest Institute (eds.), History of the Catholic Church in China: From Its Beginning to the Scheut Fathers and 20th Century. Unveiling some less known sources, sounds and pictures. (Leuven: Ferdinand Verbiest Insitute K. U. Leuven, 2015), pp. 235-259.
  43. “Arthur Henderson Smith, Chinese Characteristics and the Boxer Movement”, in: Huang Wenjiang 黃文江, Zhang Yunkai 張雲開 and Chen Zhiheng 陳智衡 (eds.), Bianju xia de Xi chao: Jidujiao yu Zhongguo xiandai xing 變局下的西潮:基督教與中國的現代性. Western Tides Coming Ashore in a Changing World: Christianity and China’s Passage into Modernity, edited by Timothy M. Wong, Paul W. Cheung and Louis C. Chan. (Hong Kong: Alliance Bible Seminary, 2015), pp. 721-740.
  44. “Catholic Missions & the Ministry of Healing in China: With Special Reference to Health Care in Shandong”, in: Wang Chen-main 王成勉 (ed), Huaren qingjingxia de Jidu zongjiao yu shehui guanhuai 《華人情境下的基督宗教與社會關懷》, [Christianity and Social Responsibility in the Chinese Context], (台北:遠流出版社, 2016), pp. 173-201.
  45. “The Papacy, Foreign Missionaries, and Chinese Catholics. Conflict and Accommodation between Maximum Illud and Ad Sinarum Gentem”, in: Barbara Hoster, Dirk Kuhlmann and Zbigniew Wesołowski S.V.D. (eds.), Rooted in Hope / In der Hoffnung verwurzelt: Festschrift in Honor of Roman Malek S.V.D. on the Occasion of His 65th Birthday. (Monumenta Serica Monograph Series LXVIII / 1-2). (Abingdon, Oxon; New York: Routledge, 2017), Vol. 1, pp. 383-410.

E. Encyclopaedia Entries

  1. “Gützlaff, Karl Friedrich August [Charles Gutzlaff] (1830-1851)”, in Oxford Dictionary of National Biography Vol. 24 (2004), pp. 327-328.


  1. Lauren F. Pfister, Prof. Emeritus, Hong Kong Baptist University says:

    There is another book chapter that will be published in an edited volume produced by Monumenta Serica in their Collectanea Serica Series, dealing with the unusual Swiss-English Anglican pastor-scholar and hyperpolyglot, Solomon Caesar Malan (1812-1894). R.G. Tiedemann (as he wrote his name there), “S. C. Malan at Bishop’s College, Calcutta, 1838-1840”. It will appear as the second chapter in a volume edited by Lauren F. Pfister,
    Polyglot from the Far Side of the Moon: The Life and Works of Solomon Caesar Malan (1812-1894).

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