Fan explores Chinese nationalism in Cambridge Winter History Festival talk

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Dr. Xin Fan

Dr. Xin Fan

Department of History Associate Professor Xin Fan gave a virtual talk, devoted to a discussion of Chinese nationalism, with Trinity University professor Gina Tam, on Jan. 25 at the Winter History Festival, organized by Cambridge University Press.

Dr. Fan's new book, "World History and National Identity in China: The Twentieth Century," will be published by Cambridge University Press by February. Participation in the festival was part of Fan’s efforts to promote the book. More information about the book is available online.

 

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