Edited book

The Chinese Cultural Revolution as history


Editors
Esherick Joseph W., Pickowicz Paul G., Walder Andrew G.


Publisher
Stanford University Press

Publication year
2006


Place of publication
Stanford


Chapters
  • The Chinese Cultural Revolution as History: an Introduction
  • Passion, Reflection and Survival: Political Choices of Red Guards at Qinghua University, June 1966July 1968
    Zheng Xiaowei pp.29-63
  • To Protect and Preserve: Resisting the "Destroy the Four Olds" Campaign, 19661967
    Ho Dahpon David pp.64-95
  • Mass Killings in the Cultural Revolution: A Study of Three Provinces
    Su Yang pp.96-123
  • The Death of a Landlord: Moral Predicament in Rural China, 1968-1969
    He Jiangsui pp.124-152
  • Staging Xiaojinzhuang: The City in the Countryside, 1974-1976
    Brown Jeremy pp.153-184
  • Labor Created Humanity: Cultural Revolution Science on Its Own Terms
    Schmalzer Sigrid pp.185-210
  • To Be Somebody: Li Qinglin, Run-of-the-Mill Cultural Revolution Showstopper
    Zhang Elya J. pp.211-239
  • The Sublime and the Profane: A Comparative Analysis of Two Fictional Narratives about Sent-down Youth
    Qi Lyian pp.240-266

Loan status
Available for loan

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