Editorial Introduction to The PRC History Roundtable: New Perspectives in PRC History
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CitationGhosh, Arunabh, and Sören Urbansky. 2017. Editorial Introduction. The PRC History Roundtable [New Perspectives in PRC History] 2, no. 3 (June): 1-26.
AbstractThe founding of the People’s Republic of China in 1949 has had a significant influence not only on the history of China but also on how that history has been studied. As the mainland closed its borders and barred its archives, historians of China were left with no choice but to turn to Taiwan and Japan as the new geographical loci from which to study China’s history.
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