CONTACT US Wed Nov. 13, 2013

CASS 中国社会科学网(中文) Français

Cross-Strait scholars explore world history cooperation model

An international symposium themed “Cross-Strait Scholars Exchanging Ideas on the World History” was held in Beijing from August 22 to 23.

Folkloristics makes great strides in China

Society’s coordinated approach to step up protection of intangible culture heritage has ushered in a golden period in the development of China’s folkloristics, or studies of folklore.

China’s contributions to WWII ‘indelible’

Chinese scholars unanimously agreed that China’s contributions to ending the World Anti-Fascist War are “indelible and worth remembering forever.”

>> View All


Passion for language made researcher’s theories stand out

Roman Jakobson (1896-1982) was a Russian American linguist and literary theorist. In 1918, Jakobson graduated from Lomonosov Moscow State...

guo moruo_副本.jpg

Crossing frontiers of Marxist historiography

Guo Moruo, modern Chinese litterateur, poet, archaeologist, paleographer, historian and social activist. He is one of “the top four scho...


‘Each inch of Xinjiang is gentle, warm’

Victor H. Mair (1943- ) is a professor of Chinese at the University of Pennsylvania. He specializes in the areas of Chinese language and ...