Coming through the History: the Revival and Challenge of Spanish Sinology

Qiuyang Li, Raúl Ramírez Ruiz

Abstract


Traditional sinology in Spain is facing the contemporary transition of academic research.
It has become an important phenomena and trend in the research of humanities studies, which
contains and assimilates contemporary China studies. Starting from the historical origin of Spanish
sinology, this article summarizes the development of sinology in contemporary Spain, and analyzes the
characteristics and trends of these disciplines. It is found that new Spanish sinology is reviving in the
form of China studies, which has been extended in more fields of politics, economics, international
relations, sociology and anthropology and so on.

Keywords


Spanish sinology; historical development; sinology institutions; sinologists; characteristics and trend.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18002/sin.v9i2.6191

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