Construction of Common Historical Views across the Taiwan Strait
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两岸社会公众对台湾史、中国史的认知有很大差异，影响到认同问题。当前，两岸学界已经感到建构两岸共同史观的必要性。在认知出现很大差异的情况下，建构两岸共同史观是否可能？有哪些史观可能为两岸所接受？要怎样建构两岸共同史观？本文根据史学界的实践经验，对以上问题提出看法，强调应当从共同研究“抗日战争史”这一个案入手，通过共同编写以及吸收各种史观中可以接受的要素，进而建构两岸共同史观，然后不断地充实与完善。Academics have begun to recognize the necessity of constructing common historical views across the Taiwan Strait since there exist significantly different perceptions of the history of Taiwan and China among the public in Chinese Mainland and in Taiwan, which has affected their collective identification. Is it possible to construct common historical views across the Strait given the large differences in perception between both sides？ What are the historical views that are acceptable to both？ How to construct common historical views across the Strait？ This article attempts to provide related historical evidence to answer those questions. It proposes that a good starting point would be a joint research project on the history of the Anti-Japanese War. By jointly compiling the history, el ements acceptable to both sides can be absorbed, and common historical views can therefore be built, enriched, and improved.