Journal of Chinese Humanities has just released Volume 3.2 on the subject Historical Memory and Changing Paradigms. Among other things, it contains an interesting discussion of the trend toward “indigenization” in Chinese humanities, and the connection of this to Confucianism, by Wang Xuedian; and a review by Joshua Mason of Huang Yushun’s English-language book, Voice from the East: The Chinese Theory of Justice (translated by Hou Pingping and Wang Keyou; Reading, UK: Paths International, 2016).
TABLE OF CONTENTS – Journal of Chinese Humanities, Vol. 3.2: Historical Memory and Changing Paradigms
The Paradigmatic Crises in China’s Minzu Studies: Reflections from the Perspective of Human Development
Author: ZHANG Xiaojun
Where Is China Headed? New Tendencies in the Humanities and Social Sciences
Author: WANG Xuedian
Toward a Maoist Dream of the Red Chamber: Or, How Baoyu and Daiyu Became Rebels Against Feudalism
Author: Johannes Kaminski
Can the Past Serve the Present? The Nanjing Massacre Memorial Hall
Author: Megan Liu
Book review: Voice from the East: The Chinese Theory of Justice, written by Huang Yushun
Author: Joshua Mason
Top Ten Developments in Studies on Chinese Humanities in 2016
We are accepting submissions for an issue on Daoism due out later in 2018.