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The Chinese Revolution and Military Mobilization: Reexamining Modern China through Armies and Regional Societies
The Harvard Yenching Institute presents "The Chinese Revolution and Military Mobilization: Reexamining Modern China through Armies and Regional Societies", a discussion on September 29 from 12:00-1:30pm.
Anami Yusuke is a Professor of modern Chinese political history and contemporary Chinese politics at Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan. His main research topic is the militarization of local societies in China from the mid-19th century, and how that affected the outcome of the Chinese Revolution. He believes that it is crucial to reexamine the process of nation-state building in modern China in order to understand contemporary Chinese politics. (Professor, Department of Law, Tohoku University, Japan; HYI Visiting Scholar).
Chair and Discussant: Elizabeth Perry (Director, Harvard-Yenching Institute; Henry Rosovsky Professor of Government, Harvard University)
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