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Critical Han studies: the history, representation, and identity of China's majority

Abstract : Constituting over ninety percent of China's population, Han is not only the largest ethnonational group in that country but also one of the largest categories of human identity in world history. In this pathbreaking volume, a multidisciplinary group of scholars examine this ambiguous identity, one that shares features with, but cannot be subsumed under, existing notions of ethnicity, culture, race, nationality, and civilization.
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Thomas Mullaney, James Liebold, Stéphane Gros, Eric Vanden Bussche. Critical Han studies: the history, representation, and identity of China's majority. Mullaney, Thomas. University of California Press, 2013, 978‐0‐9845909‐8‐8. ⟨halshs-01666009⟩

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