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21 November 2011

Maney to publish The Chinese Historical Review


Maney publishing is proud to announce a new partnership with The Chinese Historians in the United States, Inc. (CHUS) to publish The Chinese Historical Review. This academic title, published biannually, provides transnational research regarding the history of China in every period and complements Maney Publishing’s existing range of Chinese Studies journals such as Twentieth-Century China and Early Medieval China.


The Chinese Historians in the United States, Inc. (CHUS), formed in 1987, is a professional organisation of historians and social scientists who study China and China-related historical issues. It is an affiliate of the American Historical Association (AHA) and the Association of Asian Studies (AAS). CHUS aims to provide a strong academic network for fellow historians and a vibrant learned community.


The Chinese Historical Review, edited by Professor Wang Xi, 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, and comparative and transnational studies of history. 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 publishes two issues per year and the first issue to be published by Maney will be in May 2012. The move to Maney means that the journal will be made available online at for all institutional and individual subscribers. In addition to this, Maney will digitize the last five years of the journal to be available online along with current issues.


The journal’s editor in chief Wang Xi says “ The editors of the Chinese Historical Review are very excited about the new partnership with Maney and are prepared to work with it to bring the journal to a truly global stage and to contribute to emerging order of transnational learning about China and History.”


Kimberly Martin, Executive Publisher at Maney Publishing comments, “Maney is very pleased to enter into this partnership with CHUS, adding an important journal to our Chinese Studies list.”


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