The reception of the “New Qing History” in China: confrontation between global and nationalist historical narratives

  title={The reception of the “New Qing History” in China: confrontation between global and nationalist historical narratives},
  author={C. D{\'e}ry},
Purpose This paper aims to explore various tensions related to the diffusion and reception of the New Qing History (NQH) in China, and more specifically, it aims at underlying a recurrent tension within the core of this debate, between a Global and a Nationalist historical narrative. Design/methodology/approach The author’s focus is to analyze various texts published in China between 2006 and 2018. Findings The author argues that the intensity of the current debate is partly related on the… Expand


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