Table of contents for Remaking Beijing : Tiananmen square and the creation of a political space / Wu Hung.

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Contents
Acknowledgments
Introduction
1	Tiananmen Square: A Political History of Monuments
	
	Tiananmen Square
	The Monument to the People's Heroes
	From April 5th to June 4th
 
2	Face of Authority: Tiananmen and Mao's Tiananmen Portrait
	Tiananmen
	Mao's Tiananmen Portrait 
3	Displaying the People: National Day Parades and Exhibition Architecture
	The National Day Parade
	Exhibition Architecture
		The "Ten Great Buildings" Project
		The Great Hall of the People and the Museum of Chinese History
		The Chairman Mao Memorial Hall
4	Monumentality of Time: From Drum Tower to "Hong Kong Clock"
	The Hong Kong Clock and Post-1989 Tiananmen Square
	The Drum Tower and the Politics of Traditional Time-telling
	The Clock Tower and the Invasion of a Modern Temporality
Back to the Hong Kong Clock: "Counting Down" as a Means of Political Control
5	Art of the Square: From Subject to Site
	Representing Authority
	Counter Image
		Objectifying Tiananmen and Mao
		Reframing Tiananmen and Mao
		Emptying Tiananmen and Mao
	The Square Revisited
Coda: Entering the New Millennium
Notes
Works cited
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Tian'an Men (Beijing, China).
Architecture and history -- China -- Beijing.
Architecture -- Political aspects -- China -- Beijing.
Art and state -- China -- Beijing.
Beijing (China) -- Buildings, structures, etc.