The latest issue of China Perspectives presentation "Deng Xiaoping’s Failed Reform in 1975-1976"" [fr]
The presentation on the lastest issus of China Perspectives "Deng Xiaoping’s Failed Reform in 1975-1976"" will be held on Monday 25 April at 4pm at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.
Date and time: Monday 25 April, 4pm - 6pm
Venue: HKUST Business School Central (Hong Kong Club Building, Central), Rm 1501- 02, 15/F Hong Kong Club Building, 3A Chater Road, Central
Discussants: Dr. Wang Ai He (HKU) and Prof. Michel Bonnin (EHESS, CEFC)
Dr. Wang Ai He is the associate professor of the School of Chinese, University of Hong Kong (HKU). Her research interests are fields of Chinese history and anthropology, with topics ranging from ancient cosmology and political agency, to art, subjectivity, and community in Mao’s China. Representative publications include Cosmology and Political Culture in Early China (Cambridge University Press, 2000, 2nd edition 2006) and the Wuming (No Name) Painting Catalogue, 13 volumes (Hong Kong University Press, 2010). In 2013, she was a residential member of the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, working on a book project on underground art during Mao’s Cultural Revolutions.
Prof. Michel Bonnin is directeur d’études at EHESS, Paris and an associate researcher of CEFC. He was also the founder and first director of CEFC. He researches on contemporary Chinese history, especially the period of Cultural Revolution, democratic movements in China, young intellectuals (zhiqing) and peasant-workers (nongmingong) etc. His recent publications includes The Lost Generation. The Rustication of China’s Educated Youth (1969-1980) (The Chinese University Press, 2013) and Shiluo de yidai. Zhongguo de shangshan xiaxiang yundong, 失落的一代﹣中國的上山下鄉運動 1968-1980 (The Chinese University Press, 2009).
Dr. Eric Florence, director of CEFC, will chair the seminar.
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