Umbrella revolution : the academy reflects on Hong Kong’s struggle

Rolien Susanne HOYNG, Murat ES

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Abstract

Two professors in Hong Kong interview fellow academics, student activists and graduate students from mainland China in order to draw out Hong Kong’s history in relation to globalising forms of political expression. Colonial history, neoliberal urban governance, and Chinese authoritarianism all bear on the current unrest.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2 Oct 2014

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HOYNG, Rolien Susanne ; ES, Murat. / Umbrella revolution : the academy reflects on Hong Kong’s struggle. 2014. (openDemocracy).
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