Subject: Humanities

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ChinaMaxx Digital Collection of e-books

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ChinaMaxx is a collection of e-books connected to the same platform as the search engine Duxiu. Here you can find 700,000  Chinese titles focusing on social sciences and humanities. The titles are available for searching via Duxiu (select 图书) or  this ChinaMaxx homepage. Titles cannot be downloaded, only viewed online. All titles are available in […]

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Journal of National Essence (國粹學報)

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The Journal of National Essence (國粹學報) was published  monthly  from 1905 to 1911  in Shanghai at the end of the Qing dynasty by the  國粹派 or the National Essence Group. The National Essence Group held a conservative  view and view on political and cultural reform of China tried to identify the national essence of China in order […]

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Duxiu Academic Search

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DuXiu is a search engine specializing in Chinese academic materials based on a huge database of full-texts and metadata on scholarly resources from the early the 1930s to the present in all subjects and formats including books, ‎articles from periodicals, graduate theses and dissertations, and conference proceedings, etc. Due to copyright ‎restrictions, readers have different […]

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Dacheng Modern China Journal Database

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Dacheng Modern China Journal Database covers c. 7,000 Chinese periodicals published from late Qing to 1949 covering a wide field of disciplines. humanities, social sciences, exact sciences, as well as popular journals. Examples include the Shidianzhai huabao, Xiandai, Shaonian Zhongguo, Dazhong shenghuo, Guocui xuebao, Qingnian Zhongguo, Minfeng. Contents are regularly updated. Searching is by keyword […]

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Early Chinese Periodicals Online (EPCO)

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ECPO joins together several important digital collections of the early Chinese press and puts them into a single overarching framework: WoMag  (http://womag.uni-hd.de) is a richly-tagged database of the contents of four influential women’s magazines published between 1904 and 1937, including scanned copies and additional high-level scans of images and fukan/insert materials. Xiaobao (http://xiaobao.uni-hd.de) provides basic […]

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