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1:00 pm “Regretless Youth and Long Live Youth!: Exhibits and Museums as Sites of Memory for China’s Zhiqing Generation,” Bin Xu, Assistant Professor, Sociology, Emory U. @ Emory University Modern Languages 201 Room
“Regretless Youth and Long Live Youth!: Exhibits and Museums as Sites of Memory for China’s Zhiqing Generation,” Bin Xu, Assistant Professor, Sociology, Emory U. @ Emory University Modern Languages 201 Room
Sep 14 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Free and open to the public As part of Bin Xu’s second book project, this talk examines how China’s zhiqing (“educated youth” or “sent-down youth”) generation comes to terms with their difficult past in “sites of memory,” such as exhibits…
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