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黃文江與張雲開、陳智衡編:《務要傳道—內戰時期的中國教會》(香港:建道神學院,2019年)。745頁。
中外史學界對於內戰時期的基督教史研究,仍處於起步階段。本文集匯集二十一篇論文,從「通論」、「人物與思想」、「刊物與輿論」、「宗派與組織」、「區域研究」等五大面向探討,並介紹致敬學者。 面對中國的內戰時期,基督教在華面對諸多挑戰,在不同宗派、組織、領導等,可見其不同的掙扎與抉擇;然而,各篇文章多少皆呈現出「務要傳道」的精神,藉以廣義與微觀的探討,帶出內戰及其餘波對基督教在華發展的的諸多影響。
朱益宜著;寶血會修女譯:《國籍寶血女修會與天主教會的演進》香港:原道交流會、利瑪竇研究中心,2019。
本書是關於國籍修女的本地研究,敍述了從1922年至1973年間,本地女性﹅女性團體及天主教會由多元至合一的演變情況。本書也嘗試說明寶血女修會的歷史,如何照明了當代中國本地女修會團體的培育和發展。
蔡元培編著、周佳榮導讀:《公民教育讀本》(香港:商務印書館,2019年5月),166頁。
本次重印以上海商務印書館1921年第十六版為依據,由歷史學者周佳榮先生整理和解說,盼幫助讀者讀懂經典,並以今日之視野繼往開來,創造適應時代需要的教育新篇章。
周佳榮、黎志剛、區志堅主編:《五四百周年:啟蒙、記憶與開新》上、下冊(香港:中華書局,2019年5月),821頁。

為了籌備和紀念五四一百周年,主編廣邀海內外學者撰文,就不同的角度表達對「五四」的見解。本書所收的四十多篇文章,分別來自不同地區和機構的專家學者,正好呈現了「五四」多元的樣相。按照文章的內容,粗略分為四輯︰一、五四新文化的反思;二、五四在各地的迴響;三、五四新文學和教育;四、五四人物與學派。既回顧了百年來的五四運動史研究,又論述了新文化運動如何開展,尤其是新文學及教育、學術方面的人物、學派和作品等;五四運動在各地的迴響,近如天津,遠至南洋,還有幾篇文章探討五四與香港的關係,反映了大家對這領域的重視,可以視為本書特色之一。
范永聰與范詠誼、楊映輝合著:《我們都是這樣在屋邨長大的》(香港:非凡出版,2019年)。176頁。
「成長於公共屋邨之中,或許沒有非常富足的物質,然而我們能夠從那小小的公屋單位所得到的,又何止一個安穩的家而已?」 本書三位作者由一對兄妹+妹夫組成,三人同在公屋長大,他們從情感與回憶出發,透過一篇篇動人文字重塑當年屋邨生活的可愛片段。 37篇暖心文字,共你追憶往年公屋歲月。
Jatinder Mann, Redefining Citizenship in Australia, Canada and Aotearoa New Zealand (New York: Peter Lang Publishing, 2019). 187pp.
Adopting a political and legal perspective, Redefining Citizenship in Australia, Canada, and Aotearoa New Zealand undertakes a transnational study that examines the demise of Britishness as a defining feature of the conceptualisation of citizenship in Australia, Canada, and Aotearoa New Zealand and the impact that this historic shift has had on Indigenous and other ethnic groups in these states. During the 1950s and 1970s an ethnically based citizenship was transformed into a civic-based one (one based on rights and responsibilities). The major context in which this took place was the demise of British race patriotism in Australia, English-speaking Canada, and Aotearoa New Zealand. Although the timing of this shift varied, Aboriginal groups and non-British ethnic groups were now incorporated, or appeared to be incorporated, into ideas of citizenship in all three nations. The development of citizenship in this period has traditionally been associated with immigration in Australia, Canada, and Aotearoa New Zealand. However, the historical origins of citizenship practices in all three countries have yet to be fully analysed. This is what Redefining Citizenship in Australia, Canada, and Aotearoa New Zealand does. The overarching question addressed by the book is: Why and how did the end of the British World lead to the redefinition of citizenship in Australia, Canada, and Aotearoa New Zealand between the 1950s and 1970s in regard to other ethnic and Indigenous groups? This book will be useful for history and politics courses, as well as specialised courses on citizenship and Indigenous studies.