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特別例会:Andrew G. Walder先生オンライン講演会のお知らせ

中国現代史研究会は、先端融合研究環「現代中国研究拠点」プロジェクトと共同で、米スタンフォード大School of Humanities and SciencesのAndrew G. Walder教授のオンライン講演会を開催いたします。
 Walder先生は中国文化大革命に関する実証的研究の第一人者であり、特に1980年代後半以降に中国で出版された2千冊あまりの地方誌から抽出した情報をもとに、エビデンスに基づいて文革の実態を明らかにする研究を行ってこられました。本報告では、先生の最新の研究成果をもとに、なぜ敵対的な派閥が形成されたのか、なぜ暴力が勃発し、鎮圧が困難であったのか、といった点に焦点を当ててお話しいただきます。
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タイトル: A Puzzling Upheaval:  China’s Factional Warfare of 1967-1968
開催日:  2021年3月6日(土)
開催時間:  10:00 ~ 12:00(日本時間)
講演者: Andrew G. Walder氏(スタンフォード大学)
討論者:林載桓氏(青山学院大学)
司会: 谷川真一氏(神戸大学)
言語: 英語
問い合わせ: 梶谷懐(kajitani at econ.kobe-u.ac.jp)
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講演者紹介:
Andrew G. Walder is the Denise O'Leary and Kent Thiry Professor in the School of Humanities and Sciences at Stanford University. A political sociologist, he has long specialized on the study of contemporary Chinese society and political economy. He has previously taught at Columbia, Harvard, and the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. He is an elected member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
His books related to the current topic include Fractured Rebellion: The Beijing Red Guard Movement (2009) and China Under Mao: A Revolution Derailed (2015). His coauthored book with Prof. Dong Guoqiang of Fudan University, A Decade of Upheaval: The Cultural Revolution in Rural China, will be published in February 2021 by Princeton University Press. This talk is based on his most recent book, Agents of Disorder: Inside China’s Cultural Revolution (Harvard University Press, 2019).

講演要旨:
Some 50 years after its conclusion, many aspects of China’s Cultural Revolution remain obscure, despite the fact that it ranked among the largest political upheavals of the 20th century. Perhaps the most puzzling is the two years of armed warfare between rebel factions that spread across China after a wave of rebel power seizures overthrew local governments in early 1967. Official sources indicate that some 250,000 people died in battles between civilian factions during this period, and another 1.3 million died in political campaigns and military operations to suppress the fighting and restore order. This talk provides an evidence-based overview of these conflicts, based on information extracted from 2,246 local histories published in China since the late 1980s. It addresses two puzzling features of this poorly understood period of recent Chinese history: why did antagonistic factions form, and why did violence break out and prove so difficult to suppress?


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