Writings

 

  1. Meyskens, Covell. Securing Maoist China: The Cold War, Late Development and Everyday Life in the Third Front (manuscript) 

  2. Meyskens, Covell. “Where Mao Meets the Mundane: Everyday Life in a Bygone China,” New York Times, August 17, 2016.

  3. Meyskens, Covell. “Everyday Life in Mao’s China: a Q & A with historian Covell Meyskens,” Los Angeles Review of Books, January 27, 2016.

  4. Meyskens, Covell. “Third Front Railroads and Industrial Modernity in Late Maoist China.” Twentieth Century China (fall 2015) .

  5. 柯尚哲 (Covell Meyskens). “Cong oumei guandian kan sanxian jianshe (Western Perspectives on the Third Front).” In  Zhongguo gongchandang yu sanxian jianshe (The Chinese Communist Party and the Third Front), edited by Chen Xi, 569-579. Beijing: Zhonggong dangshi chubanshe, 2013.

  6. Meyskens, Covell. “Searching for Security: Prospects for Peace in Sino-Foreign Relations,” Journal of International and Global Studies 5 (2014).

  7. Meyskens, Covell. “Le Monde selon Katrina (The World According to Katrina),” Drôle d’époque 17 (2005)

  8. Meyskens, Covell. “Guerre et Race dans le Pacifique : Signes et Pratiques (War and Race in the Pacific : Signs and Practices),” Drôle d’époque 16 (2005)

  9. Meyskens, Covell. “Liquidité, Capital, Souveraineté (Liquidity, Capital, Sovereignty),” Lignes 16 (2005).

  10. Trauma, Narrative, and the Absence of Closure

2 responses to “Writings

  1. irignori

    This is a wonderful blog. Thanks for maintaining it. As a student working on the Mao era, I’ll be a loyal reader! Y. Dong

  2. Great blog! My blog, teeninthejing.wordpress.com definitely is interested in the areas you focus on. Thanks for sharing!

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