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The Cultural Revolution, A Bibliography, 1966-1996. The tragedy of Lin Biao: riding the tiger during the cultural revolution, 1966- 1971. Honolulu, HI: University of Hawai'i Press, 1996. Bibliographical Series, No. VI. Cambridge: Harvard-Yenching Library, 1998. T Return to the top Teiwes, Frederick C. The end of the Maoist era: Chinese politics during the twilight of the Cultural Revolution, 1972- 1976. Teiwes, Frederick . Sun, Warren. Teiwes, Frederick; Sun, Warren. The End of the Maoist Era: Chinese Politics During the Twilight of the Cultural Revolution, 1972-1976.
Song, Yongyi; Sun, Dajin. The Cultural Revolution, A Bibliography, 1966-1996. Student Attacks Against Teachers: The Revolution of 1966. Paper presented at the conference, "The Cultural Revolution in Retrospect," Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, July 4-6, 1996; presented at the Association of Asian Studies annual meeting, Chicago, March 14-16, 1997.
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Harvard-yenching library bibliographical series. 1. Ping-Kuen Yu, Chinese History: Index to Learned Articles. Vol. 2 (1905–1964), 1970. In Chinese and English) 2. A Classified Catalogue of Korean Books in the Harvard-Yenching Library, Vol. 3. 1980. Yongyi Song and Dajin Sun, comp. Eugene W. Wu, e. The Cultural Revolution: A Bibliography, 1966–1996, 1998. In Chinese and English) 7. Shum Chun, An Annotated Catalogue of the Chinese Rare Books in the Harvard-Yenching Library, 1999. Harvard-Yenching Library, e. Chinese Rare Books of the Harvard-Yenching Library, Harvard University, 2003.
The Harvard-Yenching Library publishes several series, including bibliographical, studies, and reprint series. Notice: Lending to Non-Harvard Institutions. A Japanese collection launched in 1914 when two Japanese professors, Hattori Unokichi 服部宇之吉 and Anesaki Masaharu 姉崎正治, both of Tokyo Imperial University, came to lecture at Harvard. They donated several important Japanese publications on Sinology and Buddhism to the Harvard College Library.
The Cultural Revolution: a bibliography, 1966-1996. Harvard-Yenching Library, Harvard University, c1998. Hsiang-kang : Tien yuen shu wu, 1997. Wen hua ta ko ming ho ta ti i tuan ssu chao Heterodox thoughts during the Cultural Revolution. The Cultural Revolution and post-Mao reforms: a historical perspective. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, c1986.
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The Cultural Revolution: A Very Short Introduction. China: World Bibliographical Series (ABC-CLIO, 1997), annotates over 1500 works and refers to more than 2000 others, covering all fields and disciplines.
Esherick, Joseph . Pickowicz, Paul . and Walder, Andrew . eds. The Chinese Cultural Revolution as History. The Cultural Revolution: A Very Short Introduction. New York: Oxford University Press, Very Short Introductions Series, 2012). Jin, Yan. "Shanghai Studies: An evolving academic field.