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Unformatted text preview: Michael Schoenhals is Associate Professor with a focus on modern Chinese society in the Centre for Languages and Literature, Lund University. He is editor of China’s Cultural Revolution 1966 – 1969: Not a Dinner Party , a documentary history dealing with the Cultural Revolution’s massive assault on China’s political and social systems. Together with Roderick MacFarquhar, he has written the definitive history of the Cultural Revolution, entitled Mao’s Last Revolution , which was published in August 2006. Vivian Wagner is Assistant Professor for Chinese Society and Culture at the Universität St. Gallen in Switzerland. She is author of Erinnerungsverwaltung in China. Staatsarchive und Politik in der Volksrepublik (The Management of Memory in China: State Archives and Politics in the People’s Republic) , which was published in April 2006. Maurizio Marinelli is Senior Lecturer in East Asian Studies at the University of Bristol and spees in contemporary China’s intellectual history. His research investigates how China’s relations with the rest of the world have influenced historical narratives and shaped visual representations within their respective intellectual discourses. His most recent work, the book La Lotta contro la Corruzione in Cina: Tra Mosche e Zanzare, Tigri e Squali (The Struggle against Corruption in China: Between Flies and Mosquitoes, Tigers and Sharks) , was published in Italy in November 2006. He is currently working on two new projects: 1. Political language from Mao Zedong to Hu Jintao, 2. The socio-spatial transformation of Beijing and Tianjin. Daniel Leese is Assistant Professor in Chinese Studies at the Ludwig-Maximilian-Universität in Munich and, at the same time, working towards his Ph.D. degree at the International University Bremen. His dissertation is en titled “ Mao cult - rhetoric and ritual during China`s Cultural Revolution 1966-69 ”. He is co-editor of Ritual – Power – Nature: European-Pacific Relations in Modernity (Bremen: Überseemuseum, 2005)....
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