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A very short introduction to the Cultural Revolution

A very short introduction to the Cultural Revolution

Written by Stanislav Myšička. Richard Kraus, The Cultural Revolution. A Very Short Introduction. Oxford, OUP 2013. The Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution was one of the defining moments of China’s modern history. It had deep and multifaceted consequences on Chinese politics, economy and the society and unlike some earlier developments in...

Jonathan Sullivan01 Jul 2014Leave a comment

Communication and Cooperation in Early Imperial China: Publicizing the Qin Dynasty

Communication and Cooperation in Early Imperial China: Publicizing the Qin Dynasty

Written by Oliver Weingarten Sanft, Charles. 2014. Communication and Cooperation in Early Imperial China: Publicizing the Qin Dynasty. SUNY Series in Chinese Philosophy and Culture. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press. ISBN: 978-1-4384-5037-7. $85. Traditional historiography has long disparaged the Qin dynasty as a tyrannical regime...

Martin Lavicka05 Apr 2014Leave a comment

Editorial Foreword to the ‘History’ Section by Dr. Hrubý

Editorial Foreword to the ‘History’ Section by Dr. Hrubý

The History section of the CHINET platform aims to present reviews of recent scholarly publications and research outputs in the wide field of Chinese history. The decision of what is and what isn’t part of Chinese history is a difficult one as it is connected to our very perception of China as an entity as well as an object of study. The sheer...

Martin Lavicka15 Dec 2013Leave a comment

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