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26 February 2005

Books in Chinese Propaganda Posters [1952-1994]


Stefan Landsberger/Hanno E. Lecher, Institute of Chinese Studies, Leiden University, Leiden, The Netherlands

"'To Read Too Many Books is Harmful' (Mao Zedong) Books in Chinese Propaganda Posters: Objects of Veneration, Subjects of Destruction. An exhibition at the Libraries of the Sinological Institute, Leiden University 7 December 2004 - 30 June 2005."

Supplied note:
"The posters are displayed as thumbnail as well as larger jpg-file and include the name of designer, year and place of publication (sometimes with some details about circulation etc.), a translation of the text contained, and some notes on content and context, written by Stefan Landsberger (who also wrote the introduction) - hl."

Site contents:
(1) Introduction; (2) Posters [26 posters, 1952-1994 - ed.]


Internet Archive (www.archive.org)
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Link reported by:
Hanno E. Lecher / Internet Guide for ChinaStudies (h.e.lecher@)let.leidenuniv.nl)

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