Internal Migration

I'm starting to put together material for a new article and was hoping that some of you might be able to help. I was thinking back to Eastern Europe in the 1970s, recalling what might be called internal migration. It was the habit of small groups of tightly bonded friends to retreat in their free time into different kinds of fantasy worlds as a way of coping with the stresses of life under communism. In Bulgaria and Czechoslovakia that I was most familiar with it was quite a marked pattern.

Member publication: Book chapter: Fiskesjö: Who’s Afraid of Confucius?

About Confucius Institutes, I have a new contribution coming out: 

Fiskesjö, Magnus. Who’s Afraid of Confucius? Fear, Encompassment, and the Global Debates over the Confucius Institutes.

Chapter in: Yellow Perils: China Narratives in the Contemporary World, ed. Franck Billé and Sören Urbansky. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 2018, 280pp. ISBN: 9780824875794. 

My chapter is on pp. 221-245. 

Member publication: Who’s Afraid of Confucius?

Dear H-PRC: I have a new contribution coming out on the Confucius Institutes: 

Fiskesjö, Magnus. Who’s Afraid of Confucius? Fear, Encompassment, and the Global Debates over the Confucius Institutes.

In: Yellow Perils: China Narratives in the Contemporary World, ed. Franck Billé and Sören Urbansky. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 2018, pp. 221-245. 

The book will come out very soon, this month or next, it is already listed: http://www.uhpress.hawaii.edu/p-9993-9780824875794.aspx

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