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FYS150: Writing and Power in China: Home

This course examines the many ways in which writing has been used to gain, maintain and overturn power throughout Chinese history, from the prognosticating power of oracle bone script to the activist potential of social media. We examine writing as a tact


Welcome to the fascinating world of research on China. Here you will find a research guide on how to track down primary and secondary sources on China in English. 

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Sharon Domier

Thursdays at Smith
Neilson Library 309