Abstract

Abstract:

Engaging with earlier scholarship that probes the linearity of the nation-state, recent works employ new relational approaches and foreground “Chinese” perceptions of “China.” They approach modern Chinese history through the lens of the emigrant-homeland dynamic, advocating a localized transnationalism and exploring the implications of the transnational turn on temporality. Also, situating the nation-state within history, they argue for a “shifting” China based on questions of ethnicity and cultural exchange.

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Additional Information

ISSN
1940-5065
Print ISSN
1521-5385
Pages
pp. 362-371
Launched on MUSE
2019-10-08
Open Access
No
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