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China's Revolutions in the Modern World: A Discussion

China's Revolutions in the Modern World: A Discussion

In this seminar, Professor Karl will argue that Chinaâs contemporary emergence is best seen not as a "return", but rather as the product of revolutionary and counter-revolutionary activity and imaginings. She will also engage in a discussion about how interpretive histories of China and the world can help us see the present, while imagining as well a different future.

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 Social Sciences Faculty

 27th October, 2020

#China #HKU #SocialSciences


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