Vortrag: Empires, Networks, Nations: Chinese communists in the interwar world (1919-1937)
Since the 1920s, Chinese communists overseas were making revolution both in and outside China and aspired to liberate the world from imperialism. What was their rationale and the historical roles of Chinese communist networks in Americas, Europe, and the Southeast Asia?
Anna Belogurova is a POINT Postdoctoral Fellow at the Graduate School of East Asian Studies working on her book manuscript tentatively entitled Nanyang Revolution: Nation, Globalization, and Internationalism in Chinese networks, 1890-1957. She received her PhD at the University of British Columbia. She has taught at the University of Oregon and Brown University and has been a postdoctoral fellow at Nanyang Technological University. She has published in the Journal of Global History and Modern Asian Studies, as well as co-authored a book about the history of the Taiwanese Communist Party.
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19.11.2015 | 18:00