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I haven't tried to go myself, but I received a report from a friend in January 2017 claiming it was open.
The gist of the report is that the Chinese Foreign Ministry Archive re-opened on December 1, 2016. However, only the fonds of two Foreign Ministry departments are apparently available: the protocol department (117) and the international organizations division (113). Other fonds are still undergoing review. In addition, the archive is not providing any printing services.
SOAS South Asia Institute Graduate Conference 2017
I'd like to start a discussion about course texts and syllabi now offered about Women in the Military and Woman and War.
Do you have a course that you are using to discuss Women and War and/or Women in the Military?
What primary and secondary sources are you using? How effective have they been for your students?
What projects do your students use to better understand these issues?
Are you incorporating any movies, videos, documentaries, oral histories or other material in your course?
Do you have any syllabi you could share?
Submitted by Noonie Fortin
Akiko Tsuchiya, William G. Acree Jr., eds. Empire's End: Transnational Connections in the Hispanic World. Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press, 2016. 240 pp. $34.95 (paper), ISBN 978-0-8265-2077-7; $69.95 (cloth), ISBN 978-0-8265-2076-0.
Reviewed by Aaron Mallari (University of the Philippines, Diliman)
Published on H-Diplo (March, 2017)
Commissioned by Seth Offenbach