34f3763f6fa20410VgnVCM100000c2b1d38dRCRDapproved/UMICH/complit/Home/Faculty BookshelfThe Making of a Subcultural Revolution04f3763f6fa20410VgnVCM100000c2b1d38d____The Making of a Subcultural RevolutionCross-Currents: East Asian History and Culture ReviewTang, Xiaobingmaxtang<p>To read the two most recent books by Paul Clark, renowned for his earlier contributions<br> to the study of Chinese cinema, is to marvel both at his vast and enviable knowledge of the<br> subject matter and at the vast and fast-changing landscape of modern and contemporary Chinese<br> cultural experiences and expressions. It is to be constantly amazed by the dots that the cultural<br> historian connects, by the different terrains that he leads us through, and by the expansive vistas<br> that he brings into focus. Students interested in almost any aspect of modern and contemporary<br> Chinese culture (from film to fiction to music to dance to bodybuilding) will appreciate the<br> wealth of materials and references contained in these two volumes. Similarly, scholars of the<br> Cultural Revolution and the developments since will have much to think about and to address,<br> because what Clark presents here is a richer and more complex narrative of recent Chinese<br> cultural history than has heretofore been packaged or popularized. It is a narrative that<br> underscores the continuing evolution of modern Chinese culture in the twentieth century and<br> beyond.</p>E-Journal No. 7June 2013125-134Click here for article/UMICH/complit/Home/Faculty Bookshelf/Making of a Subcultural Revolution.pdf009d5af48e030410VgnVCM100000c2b1d38d____paulafpaulaf1375797513247