Fabio Lanza is Professor of Modern Chinese History in the Departments of History and East Asian Studies of the University of Arizona. He is the author of Behind the Gate: Inventing Students in Beijing (Columbia University Press 2010) and of The End of Concern: Maoist China, Activism, and Asian Studies (Duke University Press 2017). He also co-edited, with Jadwiga Pieper-Mooney, De-Centering Cold War History: Local and Global Change (Routledge 2013). He is currently working on a research project on Beijing urban space and the everyday under Maoism.

Of Rose-Coloured Glasses, Old and New

Qualcuno era comunista perché vedeva la Russia come una promessa la Cina come una poesia, il comunismo come il paradiso terrestre. — Giorgio Gaber   On 18 September 2021, the Qiao Collective co-organised an all-day conference on the topic of ‘China and the Left: A Socialist Forum’ (The People’s Forum 2021). The speakers, who participated […]

Download PDF

The Legacy of May Fourth in China, a Century Later

In March 2019, graduate students at Peking University (Beida) were given a survey on ‘the conditions of the development of university students’ (Park 2019). One of the questions addressed the one-hundredth anniversary of the first student demonstration in Chinese history, when students marched in the streets of Beijing to protest the terms of the Versailles […]

Subscribe to Made in China

Made in China publications are open access and always available as a free download. To subscribe to email alerts for each issue of the Journal, newly published books, and information about upcoming events, please provide your contact information below.

Back to Top