Reinventing modern China : imagination and authenticity in Chinese historical writing

@inproceedings{2013ReinventingMC,
  title={Reinventing modern China : imagination and authenticity in Chinese historical writing},
  author={懐印 李},
  year={2013}
}
This work offers the first systematic analysis of writings on modern Chinese history by historians in China from the early twentieth century to the present. It traces the construction of major interpretive schemes, the evolution of dominant historical narratives, and the unfolding of debates on the most controversial issues in different periods. Placing history-writing in the context of political rivalry and ideological contestation, Huaiyin Li explicates how the historians' dedication to… Expand
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