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New Publications in PRC History

Originally posted via the PRC History facebook group managed by Covell Meyskens -- 

 

Blackness in Exile:: W.E.B. Du Bois’ Role in the Formation of Representations of Blackness as Conceptualized by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)
Keisha A. Brown PhD
Phylon (1960-)
Vol. 53, No. 2 (Winter 2016), pp. 20-33

https://www.jstor.org/stable/pdf/phylon1960.53.2.20.pdf?seq=1#page_scan_tab_contents

 

BJHS Themes on Science in Modern China and India

List members may be interested in the availability of articles on history of science and technology in modern China and India in a new open access annual publication by the BJHS (British Journal for the History of Science) called BJHS Themes Featuring "Science of Giants: China and India in the Twentieth Century," the initial 2016 issue is guest-edited by Jahnavi Phalkey of King's College London and Tong Lam of the University of Toronto (the regular BJHS Themes editor is Jon Agar of the University College of London).

A New 'Document of the Month' (December 2016)

The PRC History Group presents the latest installment in the Document of the Month series, curated by Michael Schoenhals.  View the entire series at prchistory.org.

Detoxification of the body politic: post-Lin Biao language matters

中央人民广播电台有关宣传口径的一次会议精神传达记录 (1971年12月)
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Simon Fraser Graduate Program Invites Applications

The Department of History at Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, British Columbia invites applications to its MA and PhD programs. Graduate students in history at SFU receive close individual supervision from experts in the early modern world; cities; empire, colonialism, and migration; environmental history; gender and sexuality; labour; indigenous peoples; race and ethnicity; religion; the societies and cultures of Asia, Canada, Europe, the Middle East, and the US; and war, resistance, and revolution. 

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