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FLATH James

James Flath is Associate Professor in the Department of History at the University of Western Ontario. His research in Chinese history focuses on the subjects of popular print, museums and monuments, and the cultural life of rural North China. Selected Publications: The Cult of Happiness: Nianhua, Art and History in Rural North China (UBC Press, 2004), “It’s a Wonderful Life”: Nianhua and Yuefenpai at the Dawn of the People’s Republic” In Modern Chinese Literature and Culture 16: 2 (2004), “The Chinese Railroad View: Transportation Themes in Popular Print, 1873-1915” In Cultural Critique 58:3 (2004).


 
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