Paper on interethnic marriage during the Qing designated “Editor’s Choice” by the journal Demographic Research

The paper “Interethnic marriage in Northeast China, 1866-1913” that I co-authored with Lee-Campbell group PhD student Bijia Chen (lead) and Lee-Campbell group PhD graduate Dong Hao (now an Assistant Professor at Peking University) that was published this year in Demographic Research has been named Editor’s Choice by the journal’s editorial board as one of the best papers published in volume 38. The paper examines patterns of intermarriage between Han and Manchu in a frontier population in northeast China from the mid-19th century to the beginning of the 20th century. It finds that intermarriage between the two groups was not uncommon and also increased over time. The chances of intermarriage depended on village and family context as well as individual socioeconomic and demographic characteristics. The article is available Open Access here:

https://www.demographic-research.org/volumes/vol38/34/default.htm

The complete list of papers selected as Editor’s Choice:

https://www.demographic-research.org/volumes/editors_choice.htm