This course on China’s Communist revolution considers the evolution of Maoism, or Chinese Communism, from its ideological origins through its implementation during and after the Chinese Communist revolution. It examines major Maoist movements such as Land Reform, the Great Leap Forward, the Cultural Revolution, and the cult of Mao. It further considers the globalization of Maoism by examining examples of other Maoist revolutions and revolutionaries in places like Cambodia, Peru, and Nepal.
Professor Megan Greene
11 am - 12:15 pm, Sept. 13 (secondary sources) via Zoom;
11 am - 12:15 pm, October 4 (primary sources in depth) Clark Instruction Center, Room 340, Watson Library
There are two primary ways to identify books. One is searching through catalogs, like the KU Libraries Catalog and WorldCat. The other is to utilize bibliographies from books and articles. Once you have a title of a work, use these catalogs to see KU owns it. If not order it through Interlibrary Loan.