The Chinese Historical Review

The Chinese Historical Review (TCR) is a fully refereed and vigorously edited journal of history and social sciences that is published biannually. The journal publishes original research on the history of China in every period, China's historical relations with the world, the historical experiences of the overseas Chinese, as well as comparative and transnational studies of history and social sciences. Its Forum section features interviews with leading scholars on issues concerning history and the historical profession. Its Book Reviews section introduces recent historical scholarship published in English, Chinese, and other languages.

The journal is published on behalf of The Chinese Historians in the United States, Inc. (CHUS), which was established in 1987 and is an affiliated society of The American Historical Association (AHA) and The Association for Asian Studies (AAS). The journal began its publication in 1987 under the title Historian. In 1989 it was registered with the Library of Congress and began its publication as a refereed journal of history under the title Chinese Historians. It adopted the current title in 2004.

Publisher: 
Maney Publishing
ISSN (print): 
1547-402X
ISSN (online): 
2048-7827

Latest articles

Volume 22 (2)

Claiming Centrality in the Chinese World: Manchu–Chosŏn Relations and the Making of the Qing's “Zhongguo” Identity, 1616–43
Yuanchong Wang, vol. 22 (2): 95-119
The Chinese Judiciary under the Japanese Occupation: Criminal and Civil Justice in Jiangsu, 1938–45
Xiaoqun Xu, vol. 22 (2): 120-140
Controlling Minds: Guo Renyuan, Behavioral Psychology, and Fascism in Republican China
Emily Baum, vol. 22 (2): 141-159
Narrating the Past to Interpret the Present: A Conversation with Elizabeth J. Perry
Elizabeth J. Perry, vol. 22 (2): 160-173
Book Reviews
Lu Yan, vol. 22 (2): 174-182
INDEX TO VOLUME 22 (2015)
vol. 22 (2): 183-184

Volume 22 (1)

Editor's Note
Hanchao Lu, vol. 22 (1): 1-1
In This Issue
Ping Yao, vol. 22 (1): 2-4
Beneath Sensationalized Conflict: Buddhist Conjugal Relation in Early Medieval China
Yuet Keung Lo, vol. 22 (1): 5-30
Buddhist Nuns Through the Eyes of Leading Early Tang Masters
Ann Heirman, vol. 22 (1): 31-51
Women and Gender in the Discourse Records of Seventeenth-Century Sichuanese Chan Masters Poshan Haiming and Tiebi Huiji
Beata Grant, vol. 22 (1): 52-71
Networks and Bridges: Nuns in the Making of Modern Chinese Buddhism
Elise A. DeVido, vol. 22 (1): 72-93

Volume 21 (2)

Erratum
vol. 21 (2): 0-0
In This Issue
Xi Wang, vol. 21 (2): 95-96
REPERTOIRES OF POWER: EARLY QING-CHOSŎN RELATIONS (1636–1644)
Sun-Hee Yoon, vol. 21 (2): 97-120
THE CHINESE CIVIL WAR AND THE ETHNO-GENESIS OF THE KOREAN MINORITY IN NORTHEAST CHINA
Donggil Kim, vol. 21 (2): 121-142
CHINA–NORTH KOREA RELATIONS IN THE POST-COLD WAR ERA AND NEW CHANGES IN 2009
Jong-Seok Lee, vol. 21 (2): 143-161
STANDING UP FOR LIBERTY: A CONVERSATION WITH PERRY LINK
Perry Link, vol. 21 (2): 162-177
BOOK REVIEWS
vol. 21 (2): 178-192