Battlefronts Real and Imagined: War, Border, and Identity in the Chinese Middle Period
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Battlefronts Real and Imagined: War, Border, and Identity in the Chinese Middle Period (The New Middle Ages)

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This collection examines the cultural and intellectual dimensions of war and its resolution between Han Chinese and the various ethnically dissimilar peoples surrounding them during the crucial “middle period” of Chinese history.
Hardcover, 324 pages
Published April 15th 2008 by Palgrave Macmillan
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Bryn Hammond
I threw this one in for the great title.
If you have a reason to explore the Chinese and war - war with other cultures - you'll come across this. Lots of excitement on that academic front lately.
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