Table of contents for Mass dictatorship and modernity / edited by Michael Kim, Associate Professor of Korean History, Yonsei University, Korea, Michael Schoenhals, Professor of Chinese Studies, Lund University, Sweden, and Yong-Woo Kim, Lecturer, Korean National University of Education, Korea.


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1. Introduction: Mass Dictatorship and the Radical Project for Modernity; M.Kim & M.Schoenhals
PART I: RADICAL PROJECTS FOR MODERNIZATION
2. Mass Dictatorship as a Transnational Formation of Modernity; J.Lim
3. Mass Dictatorship and the 'Modernist State'; R.Griffin
4. Nebulous Nexus: Modernity and Perlustration in Maoist China; M.Schoenhals
5. Staging the Police: Visual Presentation and Everyday Coloniality; H.C.Ts'ai
PART II: THE PUBLIC SPHERE AND MASS DICTATORSHIP
6. Habermas, Fascism and the Public Sphere; P.Corner
7. Total War Mobilization and Transformation of the National Public Sphere in Japan, 1931-1945; K.H.Kim
8. Between Liberalism and National Socialism: The Historical Role of Voluntary Firemen Associations in Austria as a Public Sphere; H.Mizuno
9. Colonial Publicness as Metaphor; H.Yun
10. The Colonial Public Sphere and the Discursive Mechanism of Mindo; M.Kim
PART III: MODERN SUBJECTIFICATION AND AGENCY
11. Models of Selfhood and Subjectivity: The Soviet Case in Historical Perspective; C.Chatterjee & K.Petrone
12. The End of the Weimar Republic: Individual Agency, Germany's 'Old Elites' and the 'Crisis of Classical Modernity'; P.Lambert
13. Total, Thus Broken: Chuch'e Sasang and North Korea's Terrain of Subjectivity; C.Kim
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Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Dictatorship -- History -- 20th century.
Politics and Government. -- eflch