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Art and Cultural Politics in Postwar Taiwan

Taiwan

Britta Erickson


In exploring the evolving cultural policies of twentieth-century Taiwan's successive dominant political powers, Jason C. Kuo's book, Art and Cultural Politics in Postwar Taiwan, exposes a subject of extraordinary richness, previously accorded scant attention in English-language literature. The book is based on a group of previously published essays which have been reworked, expanded and augmented.

Despite its title, Art and Cultural Politics in Postwar Taiwan covers not only post-war Taiwan, but also the Japanese occupation during the first half of the twentieth century…

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