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CHINA'S DURABLE INEQUALITY: LEGACIES OF REVOLUTION AND PITFALLS IN REFORM
Tuesday, April 24, 2007 - 6:00pm to Tuesday, April 24, 2007 - 8:00pm

INSTITUTE FOR ASIAN STUDIES PRESENTS:
CHINA'S DURABLE INEQUALITY: LEGACIES OF REVOLUTION AND PITFALLS IN REFORM

Lecture Tuesday, April 24th, 6pm to 8pm. SMSU Room #236.

Mark Selden is a coordinator of Japan Focus, an electronic journal and archive on Japan and the Asia-Pacific at http://japanfocus.org. A Senior Fellow, East Asia Program, Cornell University, his research centers on modern and contemporary China and Japan and Asia, war and peace, the political economy of development, social movements, revolutionary change, regional formation, agrarian studies, and historical memory. He is the editor of book series at Rowman and Littlefield, Routledge, and M.E. Sharpe publishers.

He's also the author of a path-breaking book on Chinese political history that is now considered a classic in the field, entitled The Yenan Way in Revolutionary China (Harvard, 1971).

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