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Make Music Day
China Perspectives

China Perspectives 2020/1

Video presentation of the issue
"Sinophone Music Worlds (2)"
by the authors
and songs from the special issue

Songs from Sinophone Musical Worlds (2)

China Perspectives 2020/1

China Perspectives 2020/2

China Perspectives 2020/1

Sinophone Musical Worlds (2)
The Politics of Chineseness

Sinophone Musical Worlds (2)
The Politics of Chineseness

China Perspectives 2020/1

New Call for Applications for Post-doctoral Research
China Perspectives
SSCI indexing

The editorial committee of is delighted to announce that China Perspectives is now indexed in the Social Science Citation Index and in Current Contents/Social and Behavioral Sciences.

We thank all past and present CEFC members, contributors, reviewers, and subscribers for their support and participation to this long-term scientific project.

China Perspectives
SSCI indexing

Call for papers: Negotiating Agrarian Futures in China. Capital, Collectives, and Communities

Guest editors: Karita Kan and René Trappel The globalization of agricultural production and food systems has brought fundamental changes to agrarian economies around the world....

Call for Abstracts: Rubbles, Ruins and Abandoned Spaces in Urban China: Ethnographic Explorations.

Guest-editors: Judith Audin, researcher, CEFC Hong Kong, chief editor of China Perspectives and Katiana Le Mentec, researcher, CNRS, CCJ (CNRS/EHESS/UdP)

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