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Title Re-envisioning the Chinese revolution : the politics and poetics of collective memories in reform China / edited by Ching Kwan Lee and Guobin Yang
Imprint Washington, D.C. : Woodrow Wilson Center Press ; Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press, c2007
book jacket
 Modern History Library  951.042 R327    AVAILABLE    30550100412244
 Ethnology Library  DS774.5 .R44 2007    AVAILABLE    30520020689460
Descript xi, 330 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Introduction: memory, power, and culture / Ching Kwan Lee and Guobin Yang -- Rural protest letters: local perspectives on the state's revolutionary war on tillers, 1960-1990 / Paul G. Pickowicz -- Spectral chains: remembering the Great Leap Forward famine in a Yi community / Erik Mueggler -- Forget remembering: rural women's narratives of China's collective past / Gail Hershatter -- Communes, canteens, and crèches: the gendered politics of remembering the Great Leap Forward / Kimberley Ens Manning -- Memories and the moral economy of a state-owned enterprise / Jonathan Unger and Anita Chan -- What was socialism to Chinese workers? collective memories and labor politics in an age of reform / Ching Kwan Lee -- Visible zhiqing: the visual culture of nostalgia among China's zhiqing generation / David J. Davies -- Epic narrative, authenticity, and the memory of realism: reflections on Jia Zhangke's Platform / Ban Wang -- "The march of the volunteers": from movie theme song to national anthem / Robert Chi -- Horror and atrocity: memory of Japanese imperialism in Chinese museums / Kirk A. Denton -- "A portrait of martyr Jiang Qing": the Chinese Cultural Revolution on the Internet / Guobin Yang
Subject China -- History -- Republic, 1912-1949
China -- History -- 1949-
Revolutions -- China -- History -- 20th century
Collective memory -- China
History -- Psychological aspects
Alt Author Lee, Ching Kwan
Yang, Guobin
Alt Title Politics and poetics of collective memories in reform China
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