Wang is a professor in the Department of Chinese Language and Literature, Tsinghua University. Sent for compulsory “re-education” for his role in the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989, Wang is a leading member of China’s “new left” movement and a past editor of Dushu, one of China’s most influential literary journals. Two-footer.
- Wang, Hui. China from Empire to Nation-State. Michael Gibbs Hill. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2014.
- Wang, Hui, and Huang, Jianbing. “Government Protection and Corporate Risk Management in China.”The Chinese Economy, vol. 42, no. 2, 2009, pp. 7-29.
- Wang, Hui and Karl, Rebecca E. “Contemporary Chinese Thought and the Question of Modernity.”Social Text, no. 55, 1998, pp. 9-44.
- Wang, Hui. “Fire at the Castle Gate.”New Left Review, vol. 6, no. 6, 2000, pp. 69-69.
- Wang, Hui, et al. “Leader-Member Exchange as a Mediator of the Relationship between Transformational Leadership and Followers’ Performance and Organizational Citizenship Behavior.”The Academy of Management Journal, vol. 48, no. 3, 2005, pp. 420-432.
- Wang, Hui and NA Kaldis. “PRC Cultural Studies and Cultural Criticism in the 1990s.”Positions-East Asia Cultures Critique, vol. 6, no. 1, 1998, pp. 239-251.
- Wang, Hui. “RESTRUCTURING AND THE HISTORICAL FATE OF CHINA’S WORKING CLASS: A Report on an Investigation into the Tongyu Textile Group of Jiangsu.”Critical Asian Studies, vol. 40, no. 2, 2008, pp. 163-210.
- Wang, Hui. “The Liberation of the Object and the Interrogation of Modernity: Rethinking “the Rise of Modern Chinese Thought”.”Modern China, vol. 34, no. 1, 2008, pp. 114-140.
- Wang, Hui, et al. “Rural Housing Consumption and Social Stratification in Transitional China: Evidence from a National Survey.”Housing Studies, vol. 27, no. 5, 2012, pp. 667-684.
- Wang, Hui. “The Crisis of Representativeness and Post-Party Politics.”Modern China, vol. 40, no. 2, 2014, pp. 214-239.
- Wang, Hui. “The Fate of “Mr. Science” in China: The Concept of Science and its Application in Modern Chinese Thought.”Positions, vol. 3, no. 1, 1995, pp. 1.
- Wang, Hui. “The Historical Origin of Chinese “Neoliberalism”: Another Discussion on the Ideological Situation in Contemporary Mainland China and the Issue of Modernity.”Chinese Economy, vol. 36, no. 4, 2003, pp. 3-42.
- Wang, Hui. “the Transformation of Culture and Politics: War, Revolution, and the “thought Warfare” of the 1910s.”Twentieth-Century China, vol. 38, no. 1, 2013, pp. 5-33.
- Wang, Hui. “Politique De Dépolitisation » Et « caractère Public » des Médias De Masse.”Extrême-Orient Extrême-Occident, no. 31, 2009, pp. 155-177.
- Wang, Hui. “A dialogue on The Rise of Modern Chinese Thought: liberating the object and an inquiry into the modern.” Trans. Barlow, Tani. Positions: East Asia Cultures Critique. 1 (Win 2012): 287-306.
- Wang, Hui. “Is a new internationalism possible?” Trans. Barlow, Tani. Positions: East Asia Cultures Critique. 1 (Win 2012): 385-388.
- Wang, Hui. “The 1989 social movement and the historical origins of neo-liberalism in China.” Trans. Karl, Rebecca E. Asian Exchange. (2-19; 1) (2002-2003): 211-223.
- Wang, Hui. “The 1989 social movement and the historical origins of neo-liberalism in China.” Trans. Karl, Rebecca E. Positions: East Asia Cultures Critique. 1 (Spr 2004): 7-70.
- Wang, Hui. “Commentary: Jia Zhangke’s world and China’s great transformation: a revised version of a speech given at ‘The Still Life Symposium’ at Fenyang High School.” Trans. Proctor, Nathaniel. Positions: East Asia Cultures Critique. 1(Spr 2011): 217-228.
- Wang, Hui. “The dialectics of autonomy and opening: written on the eve of the sixtieth anniversary of the People’s Republic of China.” Trans. Karl, Rebecca E.; Lee, Jennifer Dorothy. Critical Asian Studies . 2(Jun 2011): 237-260.
- Wang, Hui. “Dead fire rekindled.” Trans. Chan, Julia. Boundary 2: An International Journal of Literature and Culture. 3 (Fall 207): 1-21.
- Wang, Hui. “Depoliticized politics, from East to West.” Trans. Connery, Christopher. New Left Review. 41 (Sep-Oct 2006): 29-45.
- Wang, Hui. “Depoliticized politics, multiple components of hegemony, and the eclipse of the Sixties.” Trans. Connery, Christopher. Inter-Asia Cultural Studies. 4 (Dec 2006): 683-700.
- Wang, Hui. “Zhang Taiyan, the individual and modern identity in China.” Trans. Fu, Zhengming., Lodén, Tobjörn. Stockholm Journal of East Asian Studies. 7 (1996): 89-124.
- Wang, Hui. “The politics of imagining Asia.” Trans. Hale, Matthew A. InterAsia Cultural Studies. 1 (Mar 2007): 1-33.
- Wang, Hui. “Political failure and the necessity for global democracy.” Trans. Wang, Yang. Inter-Asia Cultural Studies. 1 (Apr 2002): 139-144.
- Wang, Hui. “U.S. ‘hegemonic anxiety’ and its strategic shift East.” Trans. Li, Hongli. Contemporary International Relations. 4 (Jul-Aug 2012): 75-85.
- Wang, Hui. “The concept of ‘science’ in modern Chinese thought.” Trans. Pidhainy, Ihor. Journal of Modern Chinese History. 1 (Jun 2011): 45-67.
- Wang, Hui. “The ‘Tibet issue’ between East and West: Orientalism, ethnic regional autonomy, and the politics of dignity.” Trans. Wang, Ted. Chinese Sociology and Anthropology. 4 (Sum 2010): 7-30.
Collections and Book Chapters
- Wang, Hui and Faure, M. G. “Economic Analysis of Compensation for Oil Pollution Damage.”Journal of Maritime Law and Commerce, vol. 37, no. 2, 2006, pp. 179-217.
- Cao, Tian Y. “The historical origin of Chinese ‘neoliberalism’: another discussion on the ideological situation in contemporary mainland China and the issue of modernity” The Chinese Model of Modern Development. 17, Routledge, New York; London;, 2005, pp. 60-86.
- Chen, Shuxun, Charles Wolf, and Rand Corporation.“S.-China: bonds and tensions” China, the United States, and the Global Economy. Rand, Santa Monica, CA, 2001. Chap. 12.
- Wang, Hui. “Zhang Taiyan’s Concept of the Individual and Modern Chinese Identity.” University of California Press, 2000.
- Wang, Hui and Huters, Theodore (Ed.).The Politics of Imagining Asia. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2011.
- Wang, Hui. “Local forms, vernacular dialects, and the war of resistance against Japan: the ‘national forms’ debate.” Trans. Berry. The politics of imagining Asia. Ed. , Chris. Huters, Theodore. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 2011.
- Wang, Hui. “On scientism and social theory in modern Chinese thought.” Trans. Davies, Gloria. Voicing concerns: contemporary Chinese critical inquiry. Ed. Davies, Gloria. Lanham, Md.; Oxford, England: Rowman & Littlefield, 2001. 135-156
- Wang, Hui. “The ‘Tibetan question’ East and West: Orientalism, regional ethnic autonomy, and the politics of dignity.” Trans. Huter, Theodore. The politics of imagining Asia. Wang, Hui., Huters, Theodore. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 2011. 136-227.
- Wang, Hui. “Contemporary Chinese thought and the question of modernity.” Trans. Karl, Rebecca E. Whither China? Intellectual politics in contemporary China. Zhang, Xudong. Durham, N.C.; London: Duke University Press, 2001.
Translations on Web Sources
- Wang, Hui. “The Role of Intellectuals in China’s History, an Interview with Wang Hui.” Interview with Peter Bol, Yu Wen. China X, the Fairbank Centre for Chinese Studies at Harvard University. 10 July 2017. Web.
- Wang, Hui. ‘The Rumour Machine: Wang Hui on the dismissal of Bo Xilai.” London Review of Books. 9 (10 May 2012): 13-14. Web.
- Wang, Hui. “After the party: an interview with Wang Hui.” Interview by En Liang Khong. OpenDemocracy 13 January 2014. Web.
- Wang, Hui. “China’s New Leftist.” Interview by Pankaj Mishra. The New York Times 15 October 2006. Web.
- Wang Hui and Geoff Mulgan, “Politics and Economy in China and the West“
- A part of the series “China and the Political: Conversations with Wang Hui“, organised by the Centre for Cultural Studies in Goldsmiths, University of London.
- “Asian Studies in Asia” at Yenching Institute, Harvard University. March 22, 2017.
- “China and the Limits of Modernity” at Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung, Berlin. July 6, 2016.
- “Thinking globally at the beginning of the 21st century” at UN University. September 19, 2013.
- “Explaining the Rise of China: a Challenge to Western Social Science Theories” at Yenching Insitute, Harvard University. April 5, 2010.
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