Revolution and repression in Tiananmen square

  title={Revolution and repression in Tiananmen square},
  author={Craig Calhoun},
Craig Calhoun teaches sociology and directs the interdisciplinary program in social theory and cross-cultural studies at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. He spent the spring of 1989 in Beijing as a visiting professor in the Center for Comparative Cultural Studies at Beijing Foreign Studies University. His previous publications include The Question of Class Struggle: Social Foundations of Popular Radicalism During the Industrial Revolutionand a number of other works in comparative… Expand
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