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Shanghai Municipal Police Archives

We are pleased to announce the release of our collection of Shanghai Municipal Police archives in searchable text format on Bibliothèque Numérique Asiatique [Asia Digital Library]. The original collection of microfilms was purchased from...

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Crow’s Newspaper Directories of China

In 1931, Carl Crow published the first Newspaper Directory of China1. It was the first of a series of four successive editions of what was to become a reference book in professional circles. The...

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Gongwen regulations and state-making in Republican China

I recently published a short piece on gongwen 公文 (official documents) in Republican China (1912-1949), as part of a multi-volumes encyclopedia on non-Western historiographies edited by Nathalie Kouamé, Eric P. Meyer and Anne Viguier1....

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ENP-China Webinar – Cécile Armand

Cécile Armand is a postdoctoral research fellow in the ENP-China Project (ERC Advanced grant). She received her Ph.D. in 2017 at Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon and was affiliated with the DH-Asia Program at...

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ENP-China Web Platform

Hi Folks! We are pleased to announce today the launching of the ENP-China web platform. ENP-China stands for Elites, Networks, and Power in Modern Urban China. This is an on-going Advanced Grant project funded...

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Welcome to Prof. Marc Matten

The ENP-China team is very pleased to announce the arrival of Professor Marc Matten (Erlangen University). Prof. Matten has elected to join the ENP-China team during his half-year sabbatical leave (1 September 2020-31 March...

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ENP-China Webinar: Thomas Larkin

Thomas Larkin, post-graduate researcher (Bristol University, Hong Kong History project) will hold a webinar on “Creating and Maintaining Transnational Networks in Nineteenth-Century Hong Kong” in the ENP-China Webinar series on  22 September 2020 9h00-11h00)....

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New team member: Marilyn Levine

The ENP-China project is extremely proud and privileged to count Prof. Marilyn Levine, Central Washington University, as a member of the team. Prof. Levine brings unmatched experience in both historical research on modern China...

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China Dissertations in France (6). Sociology

The present blog post has benefited from the insights and inputs of Prof. Isabelle Thireau, senior research fellow, CNRS. The author bears sole responsibility for the views expressed in the text that follows. The...

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