Last Updated on 2023/02/28
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Featuring Must-Read Articles by Prominent Authors on China’s History, Culture, and Society
The Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society China is a prestigious publication that showcases academic research and analysis on various topics related to China, including history, culture, politics, and society. Published annually, the journal features contributions from leading scholars, experts, and writers, making it a valuable resource for anyone interested in gaining deeper insights into China’s past and present.
Publisher: Earnshaw Books
This year’s edition of the journal, produced by the RAS Journal Team headed by Melinda Liu, is particularly noteworthy. It includes a range of must-read articles from some of the most prominent authors in the field of China studies. These articles cover a diverse range of topics, including China’s economy, literature, foreign relations, and more.
Some of the prominent authors featured in the journal include Duncan Hewitt, Paul French, Graham Earnshaw, James Carter, Jeremiah Jenne, Sven A. Serrano, Julie Chun, George Godula, John Darwin Van Fleet, Yufeng Lucas Wu, Frances Wood, and Edith Terry. Their contributions offer readers unique and valuable insights into various aspects of Chinese history, culture, and society.
Overall, the Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society China is an important publication for scholars, researchers, and anyone interested in gaining a deeper understanding of China and its role in the world. With its diverse range of articles and contributions from renowned authors, this year’s edition is sure to be a must-read for anyone interested in the subject.