Jean-Luc Domenach

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Born (1945-08-11) August 11, 1945 (age 76)
Alma materTsinghua University
  • Historian
  • Sinologist
  • Political Scientist

Jean-Luc Domenach (born 11 August 1945 in Hauterives) is a French historian, sinologist and political scientist. He is a senior research fellow at Fondation nationale des sciences politiques. His research focuses on chinese and asian politics. From 1985 to 1994, Jean-Luc Domenach was the director of the Centre d'études et de recherches internationales (CERI)[1] . From 1995 to 2000, he was scientific director of the Fondation Nationale des Sciences Politiques [2] . From 2002, he was based in Beijing, as head of French-Chinese doctoral workshop of Tsinghua University, which later morphed into the Centre Franco-Chinois[3] . After 2007, he taught at the Paris Institute of Political Studies.

Notable Books

In "The Origins Of The Great Leap Forward", the first major study of the Great Leap[4], Jean-Luc Domenach focuses on the central China province of Henan, which emerged as a national model of the Great Leap and was one of the most devastated by its failure. In "The Forgotten Gulag: China's Hidden Prison Camps", he presented a comprehensive description of the Chinese Gulag system.[5]

Selected Bibliography

  • The Origins Of The Great Leap Forward: The Case Of One Chinese Province, by Westview Press (1995) and Routledge (1996); Translation of "Aux origines du Grand Bond en avant, le cas d'une province chinoise", Paris, Presses de la FNSP, 1982.
  • The Forgotten Gulag: China's Hidden Prison Camps, Simon & Schuster Limited, 1994. Translation of "Chine : L'archipel oublié", Paris, Fayard, 1992.
  • With Philippe Richer : La Chine 1949-1994, Paris, Le Seuil, 1985.
  • With David Camroux : L'Asie retrouvée, Paris, Le Seuil, 1997.
  • L'Asie en danger, Paris, Fayard, 1998 (ISBN 2213597626)
  • With Aimé Savard : L'Asie et nous, Paris, Desclée de Brouwer, 2001 (ISBN 2220050297)
  • China's Uncertain Future , Columbia University Press, 2012. China's Uncertain Future, Columbia University Press, (ISBN 9780231152259). Translation of Où va la Chine ?, Paris, Fayard, 2002.
  • Comprendre la Chine d'aujourd'hui, Paris, Perrin, 2007
  • La Chine m'inquiète, Paris, Perrin, 2008.
  • Mao, sa cour et ses complots. Derrière les Murs rouges, Fayard, 2012.
  • Les fils de princes. Une génération au pouvoir en Chine, Fayard, 2016


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