Cultural Revolution Culture, often denigrated as mere propaganda, not only was liked in its heyday but continues to be enjoyed today. Considering Cultural Revolution propaganda art from the point of view of its longue durée, Mittler suggests that it built on a tradition of earlier art works, which allowed for its sedimentation in cultural memory.
|Series:||Harvard East Asian Monographs , #343|
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About the Author
Barbara Mittler is Professor of Chinese Studies at the University of Heidelberg, Chair and Institute Director.