Publications

2022
2022. ““The Anyuan Strike of 1922: Lessons in Leadership”.” In PROLETARIAN CHINA: A CENTURY OF CHINESE LABOUR (Ivan Franceschini and Christian Sorace, eds.). Verso. View Chapter
2021
Elizabeth J. Perry. 11/2021. “Missionaries of the Party: Work Team Participation and Intellectual Incorporation.” CHINA QUARTERLY. View Article
Elizabeth J. Perry and Grzegorz Ekiert. 6/10/2021. “Not So Grassroots: Social Movements Fueled by the State.” Epicenter: At the Heart of Research & Ideas (Weatherhead Center for International Affairs). View Article
3/18/2021. “ “The Resilience of Chinese Communism and the Rise of Xi Jinping”.” Wall St TV Interview. Watch Interview
Elizabeth J. Perry. 2/7/2021. ““Secrets to the CCP’s Resilience,” interview with Eyck Freymann.” THE WIRE CHINA. View Article
Elizabeth J. Perry. 1/2021. “Debating Maoism in Contemporary China: Reflections on Benjamin I. Schwartz, Chinese Communism and the Rise of Mao.” ASIA-PACIFIC JOURNAL, 19, 1, Pp. 1-11. View Article
Elizabeth J. Perry. 2021. “The 1960s: Wang Guangmei and Peach Garden Experience.” In THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY: TEN MOMENTS THAT SHAPED CHINA (Timothy Cheek, Klaus Muhlhahn, and Hans van de Ven, eds.). Cambridge University Press. View Book Chapter
2021. “China’s (R)evolutionary Governance and the COVID-19 Crisis.” In EVOLUTIONARY GOVERNANCE IN CHINA: STATE-SOCIETY RELATIONS UNDER AUTHORITARIANISM (Kellee S. Tsai, Szu-chien Hsu, and Chun-chih Chang, eds.). Harvard University Press. View Book Chapter
2020
Elizabeth J. Perry. 2020. “Edward H. Hume and the Harvard-Yenching Institute: The Positive Power of Friendship”. View Working Paper
Co-authored with Hang Tu. 2020. “文化帝国主义的回潮?——重估民国教会大学的历史遗产 (Cultural Imperialism Redux? Reassessing the Christian Colleges of Republican China).” QINGHUA DAXUE JIAOYU YANJIU, 41, 2, Pp. 30-40. View Article
Elizabeth J. Perry. 2020. “Debating Maoism in Contemporary China: Reflections on Benjamin I. Schwartz, Chinese Communism and the Rise of Mao”. View Working Paper
Elizabeth J. Perry. 2020. “Educated Acquiescence: How Academia Sustains Authoritarianism in China.” THEORY AND SOCIETY. View Article
Co-Edited with Grzegorz Ekiert and Yan Xiaojun. 2020. RULING BY OTHER MEANS: STATE-MOBILIZED MOVEMENTS. Cambridge University Press. Publisher's Website View Book
Co-authored with Grzegorz Ekiert. 2020. “State-Mobilized Movements: A Research Agenda.” In RULING BY OTHER MEANS: STATE-MOBILIZED MOVEMENTS (Grzegorz Ekiert, Elizabeth J. Perry, and Yan Xiaojun, eds.). Cambridge University Press. Publisher's Website
Co-authored with Yan Xiaojun. 2020. “Suppressing Students in the PRC: Proletarian State-Mobilized Movements in 1968 and 1989.” In RULING BY OTHER MEANS: STATE-MOBILIZED MOVEMENTS (Grzegorz Ekiert, Elizabeth J. Perry, and Yan Xiaojun, eds.). Cambridge University Press. Publisher's Website
2019
8/2019. “Teaching Chinese Politics in Comparative Perspective.” THE PRC HISTORY REVIEW, 4, 2. View Article
Elizabeth J. Perry. 7/2019. “Making Communism Work: Sinicizing a Soviet Governance Practice.” COMPARATIVE STUDIES IN SOCIETY AND HISTORY. View Article Article (PDF)
Co-authored with Joseph Fewsmith, Alastair Iain Johnston and Ezra F. Vogel. 6/2019. “In Memoriam: Roderick Lemonde MacFarquhar, 1930-2019.” CHINA QUARTERLY, 238. View Article Article (PDF)
Co-authored with Hang Tu. 2019. “Cultural Imperialism Redux? Reassessing the Christian Colleges of Republican China.” In CHINA AND THE WORLD – THE WORLD AND CHINA – A TRANSCULTURAL PERSPECTIVE (Joachim Gentz, Natascha Gentz, Barbara Mittler, and Catherine Vance Yeh, eds.). Heidelburg. Publisher's Website Article (PDF)
Elizabeth J. Perry. 2019. “Revolutionary Tradition and Adaptive Governance [in Chinese].” SUQU YANJIU, 4. View Article

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