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1. Editor’s Introduction
2. Spring, Temporality, and History in Li Dazhao–Claudia Pozzana
3. Spring (poem)–Li Dazhao
4. Constructing Perry’s “Chinaman” in the Context of Adorno and Benjamin–D.R. Howland
5. Colonialism and the Sciences of the Tropical Zone: The Academic Analysis of Difference in “the Island Peoples”–Tomiyama Ichiro
6. “And They Would Start Again”: Women and Struggle in Korean Nationalist Literature–You-me Park
7. Dreaming of Better Times: “Repetition with a Difference” and Community Policing in China–Michael Dutton
8. “Who Am I?”: Questions on Voluntarism in the Paradigm of “Socialist Alienation”–Jing Wang
9. Interpreting Revolutionary Excess: The Naxalite Movement in India, 1967-1971–Sanjay Seth
10. Marxism, Anti-Americanism, and Democracy in South Korea: An Examination of Nationalist Intellectual Discourse–Gi-Wook Shin
11. Capitalism and Perversion: Reflections on the Fetishism of Excess in the 1980s–William Pietz
12. Surviving (in) The Chess King: Toward a Postrevolutionary Nation-Narration–Gang Yue
13. Aesthetics and Chinese Marxism–Liu Kang
14. Marxism, Asia, and the 1990s–Bill Brugger
15. Reflections on Migratory Discourses in the Age of Transnational Capital–Rajeswari Mohan
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Contributors. Bill Brugger, Li Dazhao, Michael Dutton, D. R. Howland, Liu Kang, Rajeswari Mohan, You-me Park, William Pietz, Claudia Pozzana, Sanjay Seth, Gi-Wook Shin, Tomiyama Ichiro, Jing Wang, Gang Yue
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