China Heritage / Wairarapa Academy for New Sinology 白水書院

Poursuite et élargissement du China Heritage Project de Geremie R. Barmé, qui lance, avec John Minford, la Wairarapa Academy for New Sinology 白水書院 (Nouvelle-Zélande).

China Heritage is a continuation and expansion of the China Heritage Project established by Geremie R. Barmé in 2005 and the header-title2xe-journal China Heritage Quarterly which appeared under the auspices of that project from 2005 until 2012.

China Heritage is also the online home of the Wairarapa Academy for New Sinology 白水書院, conceived by John Minford and Geremie R. Barmé, and its projects. The Academy is based in the Wairarapa Valley, New Zealand. Its other web sites, A New Sinology ReaderChina Heritage Annual and The Story of the Stone site, will be launched during the course of 2017:

  • China Heritage Annual is a New Series that revives China Heritage Quarterly, which went into abeyance in 2012. The first issue of the Annual, guest edited with Yayun Zhu 朱亞運 and William Sima, focusses on Nanking 南京. Future issues will cover such topics as: ‘Hong Kong, The Best China’, ‘Translated China’, ‘Fakes, Phonies, Forgeries, Facsimiles and Follies’, ‘Chinese Food: A World in Five Flavours’ and the city of Changchun 長春.
  • A New Sinology Reader develops the ideas first proposed by Geremie R. Barmé with the founding of the China Heritage Project, and which informed the creation of the Australian Centre on China in the World. The Reader will feature guided readings in New Sinology.
  • The Story of the Stone site, edited by John Minford, will offer a historically informed guide to China’s most famous novel, also known as The Dream of the Red Chamber 紅樓夢.

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Monique Abud

Centre d'études sur la Chine moderne et contemporaine, EHESS, Paris, France

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