Peidong Sun (Ph.D. of Sociology, Sciences Po), associate professor of History at Fudan University, is currently a visiting professor of the Center for International Studies at Sciences Po Paris. Professor Sun was a visiting scholar at the Harvard Yenching Institute for 2016-17, the Edward Teller National Fellow of the Hoover Institution at Stanford University for 2017- 18, and a BBRG Non-Resident Scholar at the University of California, Berkeley, 2018-19.
Professor Sun is currently working on her third book entitled “Underground Reading of the Sent-down Generation: History and Memory of the Cultural Revolution.” She will be working on her project about the History and politics of censorship in China after 1949 during her stay at the CERI.
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Peidong Sun, 2016, “The Collar Revolution: Everyday Clothing in Guangdong as Resistance in the Cultural Revolution.” The China Quarterly 227:773-795.
Peidong Sun, Aminda Smith, 2019, “Constructing ‘New Shanghai’: Political rhetoric in space transformation of the Shanghai Race Club (1949-1965)” The Chinese Historical Review 26: 55-79.
Antonia Finnane, Peidong Sun, 2018, “Textiles and apparel in the Mao years: uniformity, variety, and the limits of autarchy,” in Wessie Ling & Simone Segre-Reinach eds., Making Fashion in Multiple Chinas: Chinese Styles in the Transglobal Landscape. London: I.B. Tauris Press.15-43.
Peidong Sun, 2013, 时尚与政治:广东民众日常着装时尚 (1966-1976), 北京:人民出版社(Fashion and Politics: Everyday Clothing Choices in Guangdong during the Cultural Revolution, Beijing: People’s Publishing House).
Peidong Sun, 2012; 2013. 谁来娶我的女儿?上海相亲角与“白发 相亲”, 北京:中国社会科学出版社(Who will Marry My Daughter? Parental Matchmaking Corner in Shanghai’s People Square, Beijing: Chinese Social Sciences Press).