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OUR LATEST ISSUE

ORIENS EXTREMUS 57 contains a special section on Marxism in East Asia and beyond, guest-edited by Yvonne Schulz Zinda (Universität Hamburg). Despite the crisis of the Marxist paradigm after the fall of the Soviet Union, Marxism- Leninism remains an important legacy in China and Korea, with Japanese intellectuals having played a major role as transmitters in the past. Here is the full list of contents:

Reinhard EMMERICH

Hans Stumpfeldt (1941-2018) in memoriam


Special section


Yvonne SCHULZ ZINDA


Marxism in East Asia and beyond


Introduction

Vladimir TIKHONOV

The Birth of Korean Academic Marxism: Pak Ch’iu (1909-49) and his Philosophical Critique of Right-Wing Totalitarianism

Tae-kyung KIM 김태경

Representations of War and Peace in the 1950s North Korean Literature

Adrian KRAWCZYK

Celebrating the Bicentennial of Marx’s Birth in China – An Analysis of Xi Jinping‘s Speech and Official Media Coverage

Anna STECHER

New Dramaturgies about China’s First Marxist:A Comparative Analysis of Contemporary Biographical Plays on Li Dazhao

Polina KOMAROVSKAYA

The Political Poster and Its Role in the Personality Cult of Mao Zedong

Rui KUNZE 王瑞

Writing Workers in Post-socialist China:Migrant Worker Poetry and Its New Left Reception

Federico BRUSADELLI

A Harmonious Dialectic: Tang Yijie 汤一介 (1927–2014) and the “Confucianization” of Marxism

MORITA Seiya 森田成也

Marxism and Trotsky in Pre-War Japan



William G. BOLTZ

The Hornet-swarming Generals of Chu

Luke HABBERSTAD

A Government in Verse: Bureaucratic Aesthetics and Voice in Han and post-Han Admonitions (zhen 箴)

Martin GIMM

Einige Ergänzungen zur Geschichte des buddhistischen Kanons in manjurischer Übersetzung

LEE Ting-mien 李庭綿

“Ru-Mo” and “Kong-Mo” in Late Imperial Confucian Controversy

HUANG Kuan-min
黃冠閔, üb. von Philipp ZIEFLE

Das einsame Einzelne und das Erinnern der Gemeinschaft: Mou Zongsans Rhetorik des Lebens in der Selbsterzählung mit Fünfzig

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