The China Perspectives series focuses on publishing original and translated works by leading Chinese scholars, writing about both global topics and China-related themes. It represents the complete portfolio of Taylor & Francis Books in China, which covers Humanities & Social Sciences, Education, Mental Health and Psychology, Science and Technology, Engineering, as well as many interdisciplinary themes.
This is the first time that any of these books have been published or translated into English for international readers. The series aims to put forward a Chinese perspective, give insights into cutting-edge academic thinking in China, and inspire researchers globally.
To submit proposals, please contact the Taylor & Francis Publisher for China Publishing Programme, Lian Sun ([email protected])
The History of Chinese Presence in Nigeria (1950s–2010s) Factories, Commodities, and Entrepreneurs
English in China Creativity and Commodification
A Study of the Urban Poetics of Frank O’Hara
By Wang Ning
July 19, 2022
This book engages with the critical decline of postmodernism and newer currents of thinking that have come to the fore, including postcolonialism, feminism, and cultural studies, constituting an exploration of the cultural landscape after the heyday of postmodernism in the West and its profound ...
By Sun Nanxiang
June 30, 2022
In the age of information, an open Internet is a key component for modern economic development. This book analyses the World Trade Organization Agreement for virtual society and explores key questions regarding internet regulation and trade barriers. Information and communication technology has ...
By Shaonan LIU
June 29, 2022
As the first book-length work on the history of Chinese presence in Nigeria, this book examines how Chinese migrants and the Nigerian state, workers, traders, and consumers interacted with and influenced one another from the mid twentieth century to the early twenty-first century. Based on a ...
By Dong Wang, Travis Tanner
June 24, 2022
As the relationship between China and the United States becomes increasingly complex and interdependent, leaders in Beijing and Washington are struggling to establish a solid common foundation on which to expand and deepen bilateral relations. In order to examine the challenges facing U.S.-China ...
By Feng (Kevin) Jiang
June 23, 2022
Based on a 1.7-million-word corpus of 160 research articles from both soft and hard knowledge fields, this book sets out to explore how a particular type of noun – namely, the metadiscursive noun – is rhetorically used to mediate writer-reader interaction in disciplinary writing. Analysts of ...
By Songqing Li
June 15, 2022
English-related linguistic creativity and language commodification are a constant topic of interest and analysis for scholars. This volume is intended to initiate a dialogue between these two domains of inquiry that have been abundantly addressed but rarely documented together or in relation to one...
By Deng Xiaomang
May 31, 2022
The three-volume set gives new insights into Hegel's dialectics and thereby his overall philosophical thought via a retracing of the origins of dialectics and an analysis of its logic structure, with the concept of the Nous highlighted as fundamental to this.The first volume explores two origins of...
By Wang Xiaoling, Wang Yuzhi, Zheng Mingyuan
May 31, 2022
Focusing on the poetry and cultural practice of Frank O’Hara, the great urban poet of the New York School during the 1950s and 1960s, this books explores the interwoven relationship between his urban poetics and the urban culture of New York, seeking to shed light on poetic concept and its cultural...
By Gangsheng Bao
May 31, 2022
Democratic breakdown as a political and historic event can impact the fate of millions, if not hundreds of millions of people, by changing the political complexion of a country. This book attempts to systematically explain why democracies collapse.The author's main theoretical argument is based on ...
By Jinming Li
May 30, 2022
Maritime boundary disputes in the South China have existed for centuries, and researchers from a variety of countries have analysed the situation from a great many points of view. Yet, and despite its status as one of the major countries in the region, Chinese perspectives have often been absent ...
By Guan Quan
May 30, 2022
This book analyzes the relationship between technological innovation and economic development in Japan before World War II. Guan Quan deploys econometric analysis, multivariate statistical analysis and case studies from different industries to shed light on technological innovation in the ...
By Kai Zheng
May 30, 2022
Drawing on evidence from a wide range of classical Chinese texts, this book argues that xingershangxue, the study of "beyond form", constitutes the core argument and intellectual foundation of Daoist philosophy. The author presents Daoist xingershangxue as a typical concept of metaphysics distinct...