History

Australasian Internationalism & The ‘New Pacific’ c.1914-1935: Two Lines of Enquiry

In recent years, much excellent work has been carried out by Australian scholars in investigating the role played by Dominion actors in trans-Pacific internationalism during the first half of the twentieth century, challenging a historiographical trend that emphasises Dominion intransigence toward Pacific affairs.

Chinese Communist Party Historiography of the 1911 Revolution, 1935-1976

Mao Zedong ascended to a position within the CCP unparalleled before or since in part due to his ability to control the narration of history by creating and spreading a master narrative of history. Mao’s master narrative of history was the retelling of Chinese history by Mao that provided the foundation for Mao Zedong Thought and legitimised his power and policies.

Living Politics: Self Help and Autonomous Action in East Asia and Beyond

How can we bring politics back to life in the age of Trump, Putin, Brexit and post-truth?

The conference is the culmination of the ARC Laureate Project Informal Life Politics in Northeast Asia: New Perspectives on Social Transitions from Cold War to Post Cold War, conducted by Professor Tessa Morris-Suzuki, Dr Tom Cliff, Dr Shuge Wei, Dr Robert Winstanley-Chesters, Dr Uchralt Otede and Yonjae Paik, all of whom will also speak at the conference.

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