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Sebastian Veg
Professor, EHESS Paris
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The rise of “localism” and civic identity in post-handover Hong Kong: Questioning the Chinese nation-state
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The China Quarterly 230, 323-347, 2017
1852017
Legalistic and utopian
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632015
Creating a textual public space: slogans and texts from Hong Kong's Umbrella movement
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The Journal of Asian Studies 75 (3), 673-702, 2016
602016
Minjian: The rise of China’s grassroots intellectuals
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Columbia University Press, 2019
492019
Testimony, History and Ethics: From the Memory of Jiabiangou Prison Camp to a Reappraisal of the Anti-Rightist Movement in Present-Day China
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The China Quarterly 218 (June), 514-539, 2014
232014
The rise of China’s statist intellectuals: Law, sovereignty, and “repoliticization”
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The China Journal 82 (1), 23-45, 2019
222019
Propaganda and Pastiche. Visions of Mao in Founding of a Republic, Beginning of the Great Revival, and Let the Bullets Fly
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China Perspectives 2012 (2012/2), 41-53, 2012
202012
Cultural heritage in Hong Kong, the rise of activism and the contradictions of identity
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China Perspectives 2007 (2007/2), 2007
19*2007
The limits of representation: Wang Bing's labour camp films
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Journal of Chinese Cinemas 6 (2), 173-188, 2012
182012
Introduction: Opening Public Spaces
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China Perspectives 2010 (2010/1), 2010
182010
Hong Kong’s enduring identity crisis
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The Atlantic 16, 2013
162013
The China Quarterly
Y Zeng, S Hok-wui, YT Suen, C Randolph, H Chan, MV Lee, T Zhao, ...
152021
Popular Memories of the Mao Era: From Critical Debate to Reassessing History
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Hong Kong University Press, 2019
142019
Creating a Literary Space to Debate the Mao Era. The fictionalisation of the Great Leap Forward in Yan Lianke’s Four Books
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China Perspectives 2014 (2014/4), 7-15, 2014
122014
Creating a Literary Space to Debate the Mao Era. The fictionalisation of the Great Leap Forward in Yan Lianke’s Four Books
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China Perspectives 2014 (2014/4), 7-15, 2014
122014
Anatomy of the ordinary: new perspectives in Hong Kong independent cinema
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Journal of Chinese cinemas 8 (1), 73-92, 2014
122014
New Spaces, New Controls: China's Embryonic Public Sphere
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Current History 114 (773), 203, 2015
112015
Building a Public Consciousness. A Conversation with Jia Zhangke
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China Perspectives 2010 (2010/1), 2010
112010
From Documentary to Fiction and Back: Reality and Contingency in Wang Bing’s and Jia Zhangke’s Films
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China Perspectives 2007 (2007/3), 2007
112007
Eliminating disharmony: Recent examples of censorship in Chinese writing and cinema
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China Perspectives 2007 (2007/3), 2007
102007
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