The PRC History Group is pleased to announce a new issue of the PRC History Review. This issue features a roundtable on Brian DeMare's Land Wars: The Story of China's Agrarian Revolution (Stanford University Press, 2019), with five contributions and a response from the author. http://prchistory.org/prc-history-review/
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I will be hosting an information session on Zoom about our English-language MA program in Modern China Studies here at the University of Freiburg on February 24 at 12h Central European Time. If you have students who might be interested in our program, please encourage them to attend using the link below!
The PRC History Group is pleased to announce a new contribuion in our research papers series: Andrea Piazzaroli Longobardi "What Does a Socialist Factory Produce? Workers in the Chinese Cultural Revolution," http://prchistory.org/prc-history-review/
The PRC History Group is pleased to announce an addendum to our roundtable review of Karl Gerth's Uneneding Capitalism. Tani Barlow offers a rejoinder to the debate http://prchistory.org/the-prc-history-review-5-1/
Grants in Modern Chinese History or Archaeology
Esherick-Ye Family Foundation
Call for Applications: MA in Modern China Studies, University of Freiburg (Germany)
The PRC History Group is pleased to announce a new issue of the PRC History Review. This issue features a roundtable on Joel Andreas's new book Disenfranchised. The Rise and Fall of Industrial Citizenship in China (Oxford University Press, 2019), with seven contributors and a response from the author. http://prchistory.org/prc-history-review/
I received this from a few colleagues who are involved in the project and thought to share it with you all.