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Academic Information | Professor Yao Baihui: Search and Utilization of Archives-Foreign Language Database of World History Research: A Survey Based on Domestic Collections

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

On July 8, 2020, at the invitation of the School of History of Wuhan University, Professor Yao Baihui, Vice President of the School of History of Capital Normal University, gave the second lecture in a series of lectures on “Archives Search and Utilization Course”, “Foreign Language Database for World History Research: A Survey Based on • 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 | Wang Jiafan: Liwa River and “History”

2020-07-08 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: District.

The Private History of Surging News20180516. “Literature, History and Philosophy” triggered my earliest yearning. Learning history is an independent choice.1957In the autumn of 2005, after several months of dark preparation for the exam, I got my wish and stepped into the literature and history building of East China Normal University. From the year when I • Read More »

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Comments on Works | “Ancient Near East Civilization Literature Reader”

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

“Ancient Near East Civilization Literature Reader” History of Global Civilization: Literature Reader Edited by Guo Dantong and Huang Wei Pricing:88.00Yuan Published at:2019Year12Month ISBN:978-7-5475-1669-0 Content Introduction The ancient Near East civilization mainly includes the two rivers civilization, Hebrew civilization and Egyptian civilization. As far as time is concerned,UpperThe ancient Near East civilization was based on BC3500The • 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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Interview | Yang Xianyi: I am not a translator, but a translator.

2020-07-03 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: World.

Yang Xianyi is known as “translating the whole of China”.He worked successively in the National Compilation and Translation Museum and the Foreign Languages Bureau. He translated “Records of the Historian”, “A Dream of Red Mansions” and “Selected Works of Lu Xun” in English, and translated “Odyssey”, “Pastoral” and “Song of Roland” in Chinese, contributing to • Read More »

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Comments on Works | Assyrian Babylonian Literature

2020-07-03 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: Character.

Assyrian Babylonian Documents Universal Literature Edited by Daniel David Lukenbir Pricing: 980.00 yuan Published: June 2020 ISBN:978-7-5475-1704-8 Content Introduction The Assyrian Babylonian Literature is an original photocopy in English. The original version is the original English version published by the University of Chicago Press from 1926 to 1927.Ancient Records of Assyria and Babylonia Vol.1-2. The • Read More »

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