Afterlives of Chinese Communism. Political Concepts from Mao to Xi

Afterlives of Chinese communism : political concepts from Mao to Xi. Edited by Christian Sorace, Ivan Franceschini and Nicholas Loubere. Canberra : The Australian National University, 2019. ISBN (online) : 9781760462499. DOI: http://doi.org/10.22459/ACC.2019

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Afterlives of Chinese Communism comprises essays from over fifty world- renowned scholars in the China field, from various disciplines and continents. It provides an indispensable guide for understanding how the Mao era continues to shape Chinese politics today. Each chapter discusses a concept or practice from the Mao period, what it attempted to do, and what has become of it since. The authors respond to the legacy of Maoism from numerous perspectives to consider what lessons Chinese communism can offer today, and whether there is a future for the egalitarian politics that it once promised.

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Introduction – Christian SORACE, Ivan FRANCESCHINI, and Nicholas LOUBERE

1. Aesthetics – Christian SORACE
2. Blood Lineage – YI Xiaocuo
3. Class Feeling – Haiyan LEE
4. Class Struggle – Alessandro RUSSO
5. Collectivism – GAO Mobo
6. Contradiction – Carlos ROJAS
7. Culture – DAI Jinhua
8. Cultural Revolution – Patricia M. THORNTON
9. Datong and Xiaokang – Craig A. SMITH
10. Dialectical Materialism – PANG Laikwan
11. Dignity of Labour – WANG Ban
12. Formalism – Roy CHAN
13. Friend and Enemy – Michael DUTTON
14. Global Maoism – Fabio LANZA
15. Immortality – Gloria DAVIES
16. Justice – William J. HURST
17. Labour – Covell MEYSKENS
18. Large and Communitarian – Luigi TOMBA
19. Line Struggle – Yoshihiro ISHIKAWA and Craig A. SMITH
20. Mass Line – LIN Chun
21. Mass Supervision – Joel ANDREAS
22. Mobilisation – LI Zhiyu
23. Museum – Denise Y. HO
24. Nationality – Urdayn E. BULAG
25. New Democracy – Marc BLECHER
26. Paper Tiger – Judith BALSO
27. Peasant – Alexander F. DAY
28. People’s War – GUAN Kai
29. Permanent Revolution – Matthew GALWAY
30. Poetry – Claudia POZZANA
31. Practice – Aminda SMITH
32. Primitive Accumulation – Jane HAYWARD
33. Rectification – Andrew MERTHA
34. Red and Expert – Sigrid SCHMALZER
35. Removing Mountains and Draining Seas – Anna LORA-WAINWRIGHT
36. Revolution – CAI Xiang
37. Self-reliance – YANG Long
38. Semifeudalism, Semicolonialism – Tani BARLOW
39. Sending Films to the Countryside – Tong LAM
40. Serve the People – Rebecca E. KARL
41. Socialist Law – Susan TREVASKES
42. Speaking Bitterness – Jeffrey JAVED
43. Sugarcoated Bullets – Benjamin KINDLER
44. Superstition – John WILLIAMS
45. Surpass – William A. CALLAHAN
46. Third World – TENG Wei
47. Thought Reform – Timothy CHEEK
48. Trade Union – Ivan FRANCESCHINI
49. United Front – Laura DE GIORGI
50. Utopia – OU Ning
51. Women’s Liberation – WANG Lingzhen
52. Work Team – Elizabeth J. PERRY
53. Work Unit – Kevin LIN
Afterword – Jodi DEAN

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Monique Abud

Centre d'études sur la Chine moderne et contemporaine, EHESS, Paris, France

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