British Journal of Chinese Studies

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British Journal of Chinese Studies Vol 9No 22019
July 27, 2019

Issue 9.2 provides and exciting collection of articles showcasing the diverse range of British Chinese studies. Leon Rocha addresses the history and historiography of sexual knowle...

British Journal of Chinese Studies Volume 9 Issue 1 British Journal of Chinese Studies Vol 9No 12019
January 31, 2019

Issue 9.1 focuses on Chinese female (academic) identities in a variety of different contexts. Li Meng asks in what ways well-educated Chinese women are stigmatised in popular cultu...

British Journal of Chinese Studies Vol 8No 22018
July 1, 2018

Amy Xiaofan Li explores the notion of you 游 in the Zhuangzi and Six Dynasties literati writing, revealing the differences and similarities between its conceptua...

British Journal of Chinese Studies Volume 8 Issue 1 British Journal of Chinese Studies Vol 8No 12018
January 1, 2018

This issue marks the start of our regular bi-annual publication. It opens with an article by Kailing Xie, the winner of the 2017 BACS Early Career Researcher Prize, writing on prem...

Red cover of the pdf copy British Journal of Chinese Studies Vol 72017
Journal of the British Association for Chinese Studies
July 1, 2017

In this bumper issue Lauren Dickey examines four elements of strategic tradition in the cross-Strait relationship, Vivienne Guo looks at the post-war political reo...

Red cover of the pdf copy British Journal of Chinese Studies Vol 62016
Journal of the British Association for Chinese Studies
December 1, 2016

Pamela Hunt, our very first winner of the BACS Early Career Researcher Prize, provides the first English-language analysis and close reading of Xu Zechen’s work, arguing that we ...

British Journal of Chinese Studies Vol 52015
Journal of the British Association for Chinese Studies
January 1, 2016

Lan Yang investigates the language of official literature produced during the Cultural Revolution, concentrating on linguo-stylistic characteristics of sentences with an aim to exp...

Journal of the British Association for Chinese Studies Volume 4 British Journal of Chinese Studies Vol 42014
Journal of the British Association for Chinese Studies
August 1, 2014

In issue 4

Qi Zhang analyses the feminine language style widely used on the Internet by the younger generation in China and suggests that they are likely to accept and adopt...

Journal of the British Association for Chinese Studies Volume 3 British Journal of Chinese Studies Vol 32013
Journal of the British Association for Chinese Studies
December 1, 2013

Issue 3 in which…

Shih-chen Chao adopts Bourdieu’s notion of the literary field to analyse Qidian Zhongwen Wang as a case study to demonstrate the shift in the roles of...

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Journal of the British Association for Chinese Studies
July 1, 2013

Issue 2 in which…

Ivy Maria Lim writes on the 1567 change in Ming dynasty prohibition on maritime trade against the backdrop of increasing woku or Japanese piracy...

British Journal of Chinese Studies Volume 1 British Journal of Chinese Studies Vol 12012
Journal of the British Association for Chinese Studies
December 1, 2011

In this inaugural issue of the Journal, Paul Bailey examines the recruitment by Britain and France of almost 14,000 Chinese labourers to work in France during World War One and con...