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Beyond East and West

Q. Edward Wang

Q. Edward Wang is Professor of History at Rowan University, USA. He won a Faculty Research Achievement Award at Rowan in 2013 and received Changjiang Professorship at Peking University in China, which he has held since 2007. He has published extensively on historical theory, history of historiography, Asian cultural and intellectual history and comparative history and historiography including A Global History of Modern Historiography (co-authored with Georg G. Iggers & Supriya Mukherjee, 2008 & 2017) and Marxist Historiographies: A Global Perspective (co-edited with Georg G. Iggers, 2015), amongst others. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Historiography: Critical Readings Volume II : Transition and Transformation

Bloomsbury Academic, 2021

Critical Readings in Historiography

...The author wishes to thank Yü Ying-shih, Georg Iggers, Benjamin Elman, Richard Vann, On-cho Ng, D. R. Woolf, Joy Wiltenburg, Scott Morschauser, James Heinzen, and Jerry H. Bentley for commenting on an earlier version of this article...

Changing Conceptions of National History in Twentieth-Century China

Historiography: Critical Readings Volume III : Scientific Models: From the West to the World

Bloomsbury Academic, 2021

Critical Readings in Historiography

...1. The concept of “national history” in its current Western usage was wholly unfamiliar to Chinese historians before the 20th century. This was primarily because there was no notion of “nation” in traditional Chinese political...

Spring and Autumn Annals (Chunqiu) and the Zuo Commentary (Zuo zhuan)

Yuri Pines

Yuri Pines is a professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Classic Texts in Context

...IntroductionThe Spring and Autumn Annals (Chunqiu 春秋; hereafter the Annals) occupies an exceptional position in China’s historiographic tradition. On the one hand, it is an extremely prestigious text. Suffice it to mention that the lengthy...

Liang Qichao

Guo Wu

Guo Wu is Associate Professor of History at Allegheny College, Meadville, PA, United States Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Key Thinkers

...Introduction Born in 1873, Liang Qichao was a late Qing and early Republican Chinese social and political activist, journalist, and enlightenment thinker. He was born in a small village in Xinhui County, Guangdong Province in southeast...