Frontiers of History in China
Frontiers of History in China (FHC) aims to reflect the most recent scholarly achievements in the research of Chinese history throughout all historical periods. Topics for consideration include, but are not limited to: social and cultural history, political and economic history, environmental history, gender history, and historical anthropology. FHC seeks to promote academic communication and cooperation between historians in China and the rest of the world.
6 Volumes 24 Issues 167 Articles available from 2006 - 2011Browse Volumes & Issues
Popular magazines and the making of a nation: The healthy baby contest organized by The Young Companion in 1926–27
Zhenzhu Wang (December 2011)
Chang Liu (December 2011)
Qiliang He (December 2011)
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