Research Notes

1. NOTES ON DOCUMENTS AND RESOURCES | 2. REPORTS FROM PRC HISTORIANS: NOTES TOWARD A STATE OF THE GLOBAL FIELD | 3. ARTICLES AND PAPERS

1. NOTES ON DOCUMENTS AND RESOURCES

Review of《关于对外宣传艺术问题》(The Art of External Propaganda), 1962
by Tatiana Safronova

2. REPORTS FROM PRC HISTORIANS: NOTES TOWARD A STATE OF THE GLOBAL FIELD

China in the 1950s Network,  British Inter-University Centre
by Jon Howlett

The Maoist Legacy, University of Freiburg, Institute of Sinology
by Daniel Leese

Science, Modernity, and Political Behavior in Contemporary China (1949-1978), Universität Erlangen-Nuremberg, also supported by the Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation
by Marc A. Matten

Adaptation and Legitimation as Factors of Effective Governance in China, 1949-1957, Freie Universität Berlin
by Klaus Mühlhahn

The Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences Collection of Intellectual, Social, and Technological History of the PRC, Universität Erlangen-Nuremberg, Institute of Sinology
by Marc A. Matten and Rui Kunze

Contemporary Chinese Studies in The Netherlands
by Frank N. Pieke

China and the West, University of Zurich, Institute of Asian and Oriental Studies
by Andrea Riemenschnitter

The State of PRC History and Resources for PRC Historians in Sweden
by Michael Schoenhals

3. ARTICLES AND PAPERS

Finding & Using Grassroots Historical Sources from the Mao Era
by Jeremy Brown (2010)

Dealing with Re-classified Documents in China
by Charles Kraus (2014)

Doing PRC Social History: On Research Methods, Sex, and the Decomposition of Paper
by Michael Schoenhals (2004)

Publishing in Peer-Reviewed Journals
by Michael Schoenhals (2010)

Les nouvelles sources chinoises sur l’histoire politique de la “première Chine populaire” (1949-1976): bilan provisoire
by Xiaohong Xiao-Planes and Jean-Luc Domenach (2011)