The Clash of Empires

The Invention of China in Modern World Making

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What is lost in translation may be a war, a world, a way of life. A unique look into the nineteenth-century clash of empires from both sides of the earthshaking encounter, this book reveals the connections between ...Continua
Ha scritto il 24/08/08
Liu's approach to theory is admirable. A trained literary critic, Liu has successfully presented herself as an inspiring interpreter of Modern Chinese history. Her theorization of "super-sign", though not unproblematic, well showcases her ...Continua
Ha scritto il 01/04/07
"Civilizations do not clash, but empires do." In the clash the empires tried to introduce and invent the nation-state sovereignty. The proliferation of international treaties and agreements shaped the modern state-building and the myth of national
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