Economic historian, Dr Nora Yitong Qiu

Dr Nora Yitong Qiu is an economic historian of East Asia, specialising in the Qing Empire and 20th century China. Nora is currently a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Oxford in the Faculty of History as part of a research group studying Global Correspondent Banking 1870–2000. At the time of this conversation, Nora was in China for archival research.

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And read more about Nora’s dissertation topic, ‘Power and identity in the Qing Empire: a study of the political and economic life of the Elites through Confiscation Inventories 1700-1912‘.

A version of this conversation was first broadcast on the radio by 2SER 107.3FM.

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