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Interview | Progress in Comparative Study of Ancient History between China and the West in the past 40 Years

2020-07-10 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: World.

The Progress of Comparative Study of Chinese and Western Ancient History in the past 40 Years ● Liu Jiahe Summary: Hegel has a prejudice that Eastern civilization is ancient and stagnant. He pointed out in “Philosophy of Century History” that Chinese history is a history without development. This is one of the theoretical roots of many • Read More »

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The 4th National Forum of Young and Middle-aged Scholars in World History

2020-07-10 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: Character.

After negotiation, it was decided that the editorial department of World History will cooperate with the School of History and Culture of Hebei Normal University to hold the 4th National Forum of Young and Middle-aged Scholars in World History, which will be held in mid-October 2020. At present, we are looking for contributions from academic • Read More »

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Interview | Zhang Genghua: Four Difficulties in Historical Theory Research

2020-07-09 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: Culture.

Zhang Genghua: Four Difficulties in Historical Theory Research On the morning of July 6, 2020, Professor Zhang Genghua from the History Department of East China Normal University gave a video lecture on the theme of “Four Major Problems in Historical Theory Research” online. The lecture was presided over by Professor Dong Lihe from the School • Read More »

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Catalogue and Content Summary of the 3rd Issue of World History in 2020

2020-07-09 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: Culture.

“World history” catalogue and Content Summary 2020 Issue 3 Directory · Asian History · Japan’s China Policy Before and After the Sino-French War Qiu Fan (Nantong University) The Concept of Private Property Rights in Meiji Period of Japan Xu Xiaoguang (Sichuan Normal University) The Identity Transformation of “Discriminated Tribes” in Modern Japan Zhou Feifei (Nanjing • Read More »

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How built a cathedral in the Middle Ages?

2020-07-04 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: Culture.

In fact, many of children’s books are related to architecture-construction is one of the most essential needs of human beings-such as various “revealing secrets”. Castles, buildings and airports are frequent themes, as well as various stories of building houses, and even the most basic “three little pigs”, all have something to do with architecture. But • Read More »

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Comments on Works | Li Hongtu and Meng Zhongjie Editor-in-Chief, “On the History of Global Thought (Part 1): The Flow of Concepts”

2020-07-04 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: Character.

Content Introduction With the deepening of globalization, the anti-globalization and anti-globalization forces are also increasingly active. What kind of echo and agitation will the flow of ideas in the world trigger? Is the future moving towards “clash of civilizations” or “integration of civilizations”? How does history, especially the study of ideological history, explain these phenomena • Read More »

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Academic Information | Mr Cui Lianzhong Dies!

2020-07-02 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: Character.

Mr. Cui Lianzhong, a well-known Chinese scholar of ancient Indian history, in 20206Month27Day18Time45Fen died in Shenyang at the age of96Years old. Mr. Cui 192412Month6Born in Lanxi County, Heilongjiang Province on the 2nd, he received a good education from an early age. Before liberation, he studied in Lanxi County Primary School, Harbin No.3 National Higher School, • Read More »

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