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This study focuses on the politics of memory in the village of Dachuan in northwest China, in which 85 percent of the villagers are surnamed Kong and believe themselves to be descendants of Confucius. It recounts how the village sought recovery from its suffering and forced resettlement in the Maoist era through the reconstruction of its Confucian temple.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This study focuses on the politics of memory in the village of Dachuan in northwest China, in which 85 percent of the villagers are surnamed Kong and believe themselves to be descendants of Confucius. It recounts how the village sought recovery from its suffering and forced resettlement in the Maoist era through the reconstruction of its Confucian temple.
Autorenporträt
Jun Jing is Assistant Professor of Anthropology at the City University of New York.