Tina Mai Chen is Professor of History at the University of Manitoba. Her research focuses on internationalism, feminism, and socialism as ideal and practice in China. Her recent work includes curating the exhibition ‘Moving Images, Moving People’ (featuring multimedia works by Tong Lam) at the 2019 Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival.

Aesthetics of Socialist Internationalism

Lenin Films in the People’s Republic of China

In the twenty-first century, Lenin’s image in cinema exists as floating textual references to a Maoist collective memory that is sutured to a post-revolutionary existence governed by the Chinese Communist Party. Scholars including Geremie Barmé (2009), Guobin Yang (2003), Ming-bao Yue (2005), and others have identified the ways in which appropriation of revolutionary culture for […]

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