Wang Hui


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Name: Wang Hui
Title: Professor
Organisation: Tsinghua University

 

Brief profile:

Wang Hui, Distinguished Professor in Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at Tsinghua University, Changjiang Scholar, and Director of Tsinghua Institute for Advanced Study in Humanities and Social Sciences. In 1996-2007, he was co-editor of Dushu magazine and organized significant intellectual debates in China. In 2002, he moved from CASS to Tsinghua University.

 

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Articles:

Icon of Wang Hui - 20180614 - SSFS5 Wang Hui - 20180614 - SSFS5 (383.4 KB) 2018-06-21
Icon of Wang Hui on Prophecy and Crisis of October Wang Hui on Prophecy and Crisis of October (1.4 MB) 2018-05-17
Icon of The Movement in Egypt: A Dialogue with Samir Amin The Movement in Egypt: A Dialogue with Samir Amin (673.6 KB) 2015-03-24 Author: Wang Hui, Wen Tiejun, Lau Kin Chi.
Icon of The Development Trap of Financial Capitalism The Development Trap of Financial Capitalism (305.8 KB) 2015-03-24 Author: Wang Hui, Wen Tiejun, Lau Kin Chi.
Icon of Heavenly Principle/Universal Principle and History Heavenly Principle/Universal Principle and History (431.5 KB) 2014-03-14 Author: Wang Hui.
Icon of China from Empire to Nation-State China from Empire to Nation-State (167.8 KB) 2014-03-14 Author: Wang Hui.
Icon of A Dialogue on The Rise of Modern Chinese Thought: Liberating the Object and an Inquiry into the Modern A Dialogue on The Rise of Modern Chinese Thought: Liberating the Object and an Inquiry into the Modern (224.4 KB) 2012-11-14 Author: Wang Hui (Translated by Tani Barlow).
Icon of The Idea of Asia and Its Ambiguities The Idea of Asia and Its Ambiguities (639.3 KB) 2010-11-14 Author: Wang Hui.
Icon of The Liberation of the Object and the Interrogation of Modernity: Rethinking "The Rise of Modern Chinese Thought" The Liberation of the Object and the Interrogation of Modernity: Rethinking "The Rise of Modern Chinese Thought" (2.4 MB) 2008-01-14 Author: Wang Hui.
Icon of The 1989 Social Movement and the Historical Origins of Nco-liberalism in China The 1989 Social Movement and the Historical Origins of Nco-liberalism in China (209.2 KB) 2003-01-01 Author: Wang Hui.

 

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