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Cambridge-Paris "Local Primary Sources on Late Imperial China" Workshop website launched

last modified Jun 07, 2017 03:03 PM

From 19th to 23rd September, 2016, a workshop dedicated to the study of local primary sources on late imperial China (900-1900) was held in Cambridge.

The workshop was organized by Joseph McDermott (Cambridge) and Michela Bussotti (EFEO-Paris), with the collaboration of Alain Arrault (EFEO-Paris), Adam Chau (Cambridge), Claude Chevaleyre (EHESS-Paris), Imre Galambos (Cambridge), François Gipouloux (CNRS-Paris) and Christian Lamouroux (EHESS-Paris).

A website of materials has now been launched at: 

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