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Wang Hui
Wang Hui is Professor of Literature and History at Tsinghua University, Beijing. Born in Yangzhou, China, Wang Hui is an intellectual historian of modern China and a central figure among a group of writers and academics in China known as the New Left or “critical intellectuals.” He is author of Lu Xun and His Literary World (1990), China’s New Order (Harvard University Press, 2003), The Rise of Modern Chinese Thought (2004), and Depoliticized Politics (2008) as well as numerous articles. He was co-editor of Dushu (Reading), China’s leading intellectual journal, from 1996 to 2007. He is currently a visiting professor at the Institute of Humanities of the University of Bologna, Italy.
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Guggenheim Museum’s Asian Art Council Symposium Part 2: Asian Art in Context: A Nation-Based, Inter-Asia, or International Paradigm?
Volume 7, Number 4, July/August 2008
by Alexandra Munroe, Geeta Kapur, Wang Hui, Yuko Hasegawa, David Joselit
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Long March: A Walking Visual Display On-Site Criticism Meeting
Volume 2, Number 3, September 2003
by Hang Jian, Han Yuhai, Huang Ping, Kuang Xinnian, Li Xuejun, Lu Jie, Meng Hui, Qi Jianping, Philip Tinari, Wang Hui, Wang Jianwei, Wang Mingxian, Zhang Guangtian, Zhu Jinshi
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