Institute of International Relations, China Foreign Affairs University, Center for Strategic and Security Studies, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China
With the rise of narrative turn in international relations studies, historical narrative has become an important direction of this research agenda. This paper reviews the research agenda of historical narrative and identity construction in international relations, and comments on the future development of this research agenda.
Historical narrative, Identity Construction, Narrative turn, international linguistic constructivism
Gang He. Historical narrative and the construction of identity in international Relations Studies. The Frontiers of Society, Science and Technology (2022) Vol. 4, Issue 4: 1-5. https://doi.org/10.25236/FSST.2022.040401.
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