Chinese propaganda poster by Gu Yuan, 1951 (via Pinterest)
Print & Pixels
Sharp Power and Stock Villains

The Chinese have long paid close attention to the narratives being conveyed by popular culture. It’s about time we did the same.

Published on: March 14, 2019
Martha Bayles teaches humanities at Boston College and is the author of Through a Screen Darkly: Popular Culture, Public Diplomacy, and America's Image Abroad (Yale 2014). She is a visiting fellow at the Center for Advanced Studies in Culture at the University of Virginia, and at the Hudson Institute in Washington. Her column appears monthly in TAI.
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