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Stalinism, Maoism, and Socialism in Higher Education


Stalinism, Maoism, and Socialism in Higher Education


Global Histories of Education

von: Lee S. Zhu

117,69 €

Verlag: Palgrave Macmillan
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 02.12.2021
ISBN/EAN: 9783030887773
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 251

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<p>This book is a comparative study of the endeavors to create a socialist system of higher education in the Soviet Union under Stalin and in China under Mao. It is organized around three themes: the convergence of Maoism with Stalinism in the early 1950s, which induced the transnational transplantation of the Soviet model of higher education to China; historical convergence between Stalinism of the First Five-Year Plan period (1928–1932) and Maoism of the Great Leap period (1958–1960), which was prominently manifested in Soviet and Chinese higher education policies in these respective periods; the eventual divergence of Maoism from Stalinism on the definition of socialist society, which was evinced in the different final outcomes of the Maoist and Stalinist endeavors to create a socialist system of higher learning.<br></p>
<p>Chapter 1: Introduction</p>

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<p>Part I. The Convergence of Maoism with Stalinism in the Early 1950s: The Soviet Model and China’s Initial Endeavor to Create a Socialist System of Higher Education</p>

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<p>Chapter 2. The Soviet Model and China’s Initial Endeavor to Create a Socialist System of Higher Education</p>

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<p>Part II. The Historical Convergence between Stalinism and Maoism: Soviet Higher Education during the First Five-Year Plan Period (1928-1932) and Chinese Higher Learning in the Great Leap Period (1958-1960)</p>

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Chapter 3. The Class War against the Bourgeois Intelligentsia and the Intensified Effort to Create a Proletarian Intelligentsia<p></p>

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<p>Chapter 4. New Utopianism and Radical Reforms in the Process of Education</p>

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<p>Part III. High Education in the Soviet Union under High Stalinism and in China under Late Maoism</p>

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<p>Chapter 5. Socialism and Goals of Higher Education in the Soviet Union under High Stalinism and in China under Late Maoism</p>

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<p>Chapter 6. Transformations in Higher Education Institutions under High Stalinism and Late Maoism</p><br>
<div><b>Lee S. Zhu </b>is Professor of History at Loras College, USA.<br></div>
<p>This book is a comparative study of the endeavors to create a socialist system of higher education in the Soviet Union under Stalin and in China under Mao. It is organized around three themes: the convergence of Maoism with Stalinism in the early 1950s, which induced the transnational transplantation of the Soviet model of higher education to China; historical convergence between Stalinism of the First Five-Year Plan period (1928–1932) and Maoism of the Great Leap period (1958–1960), which was prominently manifested in Soviet and Chinese higher education policies in these respective periods; the eventual divergence of Maoism from Stalinism on the definition of socialist society, which was evinced in the different final outcomes of the Maoist and Stalinist endeavors to create a socialist system of higher learning.<br></p><p><b>Lee S. Zhu </b>is&nbsp;Professor of History at Loras College, USA.<br></p>
<p>First original book-length comparative study of the endeavors to create a socialist higher education system</p><p>Sheds new light on an important period in Soviet-Chinese relations</p><p>Draws on archival materials and other primary sources in Russian and Chinese languages</p>

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