History professor writes introduction to Cambridge press translation of China Library project book

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Dr. Xin Fan

Dr. Xin Fan

In June, Cambridge University Press released the first English translation of Chinese historian Lei Haizong's study of the Chinese army, reappraising Chinese civilization from a military perspective.

Entitled as "Chinese Culture and the Chinese Military," is part of The Cambridge China Library project.

Known for his works in Chinese intellectual history and historiography, Dr. Xin Fan, who is an associate professor in the Department of History, was invited by the university press to write an introduction to the translation.

The book is now available on the market, and Dr. Fan's introduction is free to download.

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