Publications | 出版物
The Manchester China Institute both supports and engages in socially responsible research with impact, improving our understanding of China its relations with the world.
State and the manufacturing of war memory
China’s television dramas on the war of resistance against Japan, Yi Wang and Matthew M. Chew, Memory Studies 1–15.
Still a Century of Corporatism?
Models of State-Society Cooperation in China and Germany
Levy & Zimmer, 2021, Nomos, China - Politics and Economics, Volume 4
Building the Buddhist Revival
Reconstructing Monasteries in Modern China.
Gregory Adam Scott, Oxford University Press 2020.
The Backward Will Be Beaten
Historical lesson, security, and nationalism in China.
Yi Wang, Routledge 2020.
Minor Events and Grand Dreams
Ethnic Outsiders in China’s Postcolonial World Order, Positions
David Tobin, Asia Critique, Duke University Press, 2019
Proscribing the “Spiritually Japanese”
Nationalist Indignation, Authoritarian Responsiveness...
Gries & Wang, China Quarterly, 2021.
Ideology and international relations
Gries & Yam, Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences, 2020.
Taiwan’s Perilous Futures
Chinese Nationalism, the 2020 Presidential Elections...
Gries & Wang, World Affairs, 2020.
Gratitude, indebtedness, and reciprocity
An extended replication of Bartlett & DeSteno
Peng et al, Social Influence. 13, 2020.
Evaluating the Effectiveness...
...of the Rural Minimum Living Standard Guarantee (Dibao) Program in China.
Xiaobing Wang et al, China Economic Review 2019.
Prof Peter Gries
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