How to write Chinese history in the twenty-first century: The impact of the “New Qing History” studies and Chinese responses

@article{Yizhuang2018HowTW,
  title={How to write Chinese history in the twenty-first century: The impact of the “New Qing History” studies and Chinese responses},
  author={Ding Yizhuang and M. Elliott},
  journal={Chinese Studies in History},
  year={2018},
  volume={51},
  pages={70 - 95}
}
Abstract This article is a result of the collaboration of two Qing historians, one from China and the other from the US. Having exchanged ideas, the two reached an agreement on the rise of New Qing History over the past two decades. The article breaks it down in three parts: (i) Analysis of the intellectual background of New Qing History; (ii) Discussion of several key questions raised by New Qing History and analysis of how and why they become controversial in historical communities in China… Expand
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