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LRCCS Noon Lecture Series | Mao’s Secret Photo Retoucher: Redefining Chinese Masculinity for a New China

Lex Jing Lu, Assistant Professor of History, Clark University

Lex Jing Lu, Assistant Professor of History, Clark University Lex Jing Lu, Assistant Professor of History, Clark University
Lex Jing Lu, Assistant Professor of History, Clark University
Dr. Lex Jing Lu is Assistant Professor of History at Clark University. He got his BA at East China Normal University and PhD at Syracuse University. His research focuses on Chinese physiognomy, legitimacy, and the changing conceptualization of political masculinity. His book manuscript “Appearance Politics: Legitimacy Building in Late Imperial and Modern China” (under a preliminary contract at Cornell University Press) explores the role that physical appearance has played in Chinese political culture.

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Lex Jing Lu, Assistant Professor of History, Clark University Lex Jing Lu, Assistant Professor of History, Clark University
Lex Jing Lu, Assistant Professor of History, Clark University

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