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《Fudan Journal(Social Sciences Edition)》 2005-05
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“History” in “the Policy Questions”: An Aspect Concerning the Continuation of the “Historical Memories” in Late Qing Dynasty

ZHANG Qing (Department of History, Fudan University, Shanghai 200433, China)  
The continuation of “historical memories” constitutes significant symbols in the history of thoughts in Late Qing Dynasty, and it is apparently dominated by two factors: one is the restoration of the memory of Han motivated by the anti-Manchuism, the other is the memory of Chinese history unsealed by the Western factors. Since “the Policy Questions” are the answer papers to the questions in national examinations, both the quizzers and the answers generally follow the official ideology. By the analysis of the “history” in “the Policy Questions”, we can understand the issue how the Chinese History and the Western History are imagined in these historical texts, as well as the related one about the way how “history” and “reality” are joined together. Meanwhile, the continuation of “historical memories” motivated by the intercourse of Sino-Western history appropriately contrasts with the reformation of the history based on the anti-Manchuism position.
【Fund】: 课题“‘普世性’与‘各别性’———西方知识对东亚的渗透”的部分研究成果。
【CateGory Index】: K256
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