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Report on 'Snapshots in Time: Photography and History in Modern China'

Dr Sabrina Fairchild, who composed this blog, and who organised this workshop, completed her PhD at the University of Bristol in Spring 2016 with a thesis on ‘Fuzhou and Global Empires: Understanding the Treaty Ports of Modern China, 1850-1937.’ On … Continue reading

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Postgraduate workshop: 'Snapshots in Time: Photography and History in Modern China'

The British Inter-university China Centre, and the Historical Photographs of China project at the University of Bristol warmly invite applications from Masters and Doctoral students working in modern Chinese and East Asian history to participate in a three-day research training … Continue reading

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Large pots at a pottery, c.1870

Mass production is nothing new to China, which has always been the world’s most populous country.  Here (Bo02-049) large pots and blocks are being made, apparently in the thatched workshops.  It looks like the large pots were made in two … Continue reading

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