Luigi Tomba - CIW - ANU

Luigi Tomba - CIW - ANU

Luigi Tomba Qualifications   PhD  (Politics),  San  Marino  University,  1997   MA,  BA  (Chinese  Studies),  University  of  Venice  Ca’  Foscari,  1...

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Luigi Tomba Qualifications   PhD  (Politics),  San  Marino  University,  1997   MA,  BA  (Chinese  Studies),  University  of  Venice  Ca’  Foscari,  1991      Professional  History   2011  onwards:  Associate  Director,  Australian  Centre  on  China  in  the  World  (CIW)   2005-­‐2014  Co-­‐editor  of  The  China  Journal,  now  published  by  University  of  Chicago  Press   2001–2010:  Australian  National  University,  Canberra,  Australia.  Various  research  and   teaching  positions  in  the  College  of  Asia  and  the  Pacific,  Contemporary  China  Centre,   Faculty  of  Asian  Studies,  Department  of  Political  and  Social  Change   1997–Sep  1999:  Trade  and  Economic  Section,  Embassy  of  Italy,  Beijing   1993–1997:  Research  fellow  on  the  International  Politics  of  China  and  East  Asia,  Centro   Studi  di  Politica  Internazionale,  Rome,  Italy   1989–1997:  Director,  Research  and  Documentation  Centre  on  Contemporary  China   Fondazione  Giangiacomo  Feltrinelli,  Milan,  Italy.   Recent  Research  Projects:   Converting  Farmland  for  Development.  Politics  Community  and  Conflict  in  China,  ARC   Discovery  Project  with  Jonathan  Unger  and  Sally  Sargeson.   Urban/Ideology  and  Contemporary  China:  Toward  an  Agenda  for  Studying  China’s  Urban   Condition.  CIW  China  Urban  project.   Community  and  new  forms  of  social  stratification  in  a  Chinese  city  ARC  (Australian   Research  Council)  Discovery  Project   Governability,  borders  and  urban  citizenship:  investigating  practices  and  impacts  of  spatial   differentiation  on  the  governance  of  mega-­‐urban  development  in  the  Pearl  River  Delta.   Deutsche  Forschungsgemeinschaft  (German  Research  Foundation).   The  making  of  urban  citizens:  social  inclusion  and  division  in  China's  new  urban  areas,   ARC  Discovery  Project  with  Andrew  Kipnis.   Other  Languages   Chinese,  Italian,  German,  French  

Publications   Books     The  Government  Next  Door.  Neighborhood  Politics  in  Urban  China,  Ithaca,  Cornell  University   Press,  2014,  240  pages  

Ed.  with  Andrew  Kipnis  and  Jonathan  Unger,  Contemporary  Chinese  Society  and  Politics,  (4   Volumes)  London:  Routledge,  2009   Paradoxes  of  Labour  Reform:  Chinese  Labour  Theory  and  Practice  from  Socialism  to  the   Market,  Honolulu:  University  of  Hawaii  Press,  and  London:  RoutledgeCurzon,  256  pages,   2002   Storia  della  Repubblica  Popolare  Cinese  [A  History  of  the  People’s  Republic  of  China],  Milan:   Bruno  Mondadori,  256  pages,  2002     Ed.,  East  Asian  Capitalism:  Conflicts,  Growth  and  Crisis,  Milan:  Feltrinelli,  XLI,  532  pages  2002   Lavoro  e  Società  in  Cina,  Milan:  Franco  Angeli  Ed.  2001,  128  pages,  2001   Ed.  Se  io  fossi  il  Governo!  Documenti  del  Movimento  democratico  cinese  1989,  Milan,  Franco   Angeli,  1993.  Quaderni  della  Fondazione  Feltrinelli  no.  43,  1993.   Submitted  research  publications   ‘Gentrifying  China’s  Urbanization.  Why  Culture  and  Capital  aren’t  Enough.’,  prepared  for  a  special   section  of  International  Journal  of  Urban  and  Regional  Research,  edited  by  Carolyn  Cartier,   (submitted).   Housing  China’s  Inequality,  prepared  for  the  Handbook  of  Class  and  Stratification  in  China,   edited  by  Guo  Yingjie,  2014  (submitted)   ‘Urbanizing  Collective  Land:  Localisms,  Elites,  and  the  Industrialization  of  the  Pearl  River   Delta’,  Local  Elites  in  China,  edited  by  David  Goodman  and  Guo  Yingjie  (submitted)   ‘Chinese  Families  Going  Global’  in  Geremie  R.  Barmé,  Jeremy  Goldkorn  and  Linda  Jaivin   (eds)  Shared  Destiny:  The  China  Story  Yearbook  2014,  Canberra:  The  Australian  Centre  on   China  in  the  World,  2014  (submitted)       ‘Finding  China’s  Urban:  The  Changing  Function  of  a  Governing  Institution’  in  Power  in  the   Making,  edited  by  Vivienne  Shue  and  Patricia  Thornton,  Cambridge  University  Press   (submitted)     ‘Fragmented  land  practices:  Policy  options  for  the  Pearl  River  Delta’,  prepared  for  a  special   issue  of  China  Information  edited  with  Carolyn  Cartier,  (in  preparation)   Articles  and  book  chapters   ‘The  Moral  Worlds  of  Wealth  and  Poverty’  in  The  China  Journal,  No.  72,  July  2014.  Pp.  139-­‐ 145.   Ed.  ‘Are  Rights  Awakening?  A  Discussion  about  Labour  in  China’  with  Ivan  Franceschini,   Jack  Linchuan  Qiu,  Anita  Chan,  Sun  Wanning,  and  Pun  Ngai,  Passato  e  Presente,  No.  92  May   August  2014,  pp.  13-­‐30.      ‘A  new  land  reform?’  in  Geremie  R.  Barmé  with  Jeremy  Goldkorn  eds,  China  Story  Yearbook,   2013  Civilising  China,  Canberra:  Australian  Centre  on  China  in  the  World,  2013,  online  at:   http://www.thechinastory.org/yearbooks/yearbook-­‐2013/forum-­‐land-­‐law-­‐ans-­‐protest/a-­‐ new-­‐land-­‐reform/,  2013     2  

Dr  Luigi  Tomba,  Associate  Director,  Australian  Centre  on  China  in  the  World  

‘Symbolic  cities  and  the  “cake  debate”  ’,  with  Carolyn  Cartier,  in  Geremie  R.  Barmé  with   Jeremy  Goldkorn,  Carolyn  Cartier  and  Gloria  Davies  eds,  China  Story  Yearbook  2012:  Red   Rising  Red  Eclipse,  Canberra:  Australian  Centre  on  China  in  the  World,  2012,  online  at:   http://www.thechinastory.org/yearbooks/yearbook-­‐2012/chapter-­‐2-­‐symbolic-­‐cities-­‐and-­‐ the-­‐cake-­‐debate/     ‘Local  China  stories:  the  many  in  the  one’,  The  China  Story  Journal,  20  August  2012,  online  at:   http://www.thechinastory.org/2012/08/local-­‐china-­‐stories,  2012     ‘Catching  up’,  Australia’s  Asian  white  paper:  filling  in  some  blanks,  2012   http://www.thechinastory.org/2012/11/australias-­‐asian-­‐white-­‐paper-­‐filling-­‐in-­‐some-­‐ blanks/     ‘Awakening  the  God  of  Earth.  Land  Place  and  Class  in  Urbanizing  Guangdong’  in  Beatriz   Carrillo  and  David  SG  Goodman  eds,  Workers  and  Peasants  in  the  Transformation  of  Urban   China,  Cheltenham:  Edward  Elgar,  2012   With  Beibei  Tang,  ‘The  Great  Divide.  Institutionalized  inequality  in  China’s  Market   Socialism’  in  Guo  Yingjie  and  Sun  Wanning  eds,  Unequal  China:  The  Political  Economy  and   Cultural  Politics  of  Inequality,  London:  Routledge,  2012   ‘Remaking  China’s  Working  Class:  gongren  and  nongmingong’  in  Peter  Sheldon,  Sunghoon   Kim  and  Yiqiong  Li  and  Malcolm  Warner  eds  China’s  Changing  Workplace.  Dynamism,   Diversity  and  Disparity  London:  Routledge,  2011:  144-­‐159   With  Beibei  Tang  and  Werner  Breitung,  ‘The  work-­‐unit  is  dead.  Long  live  the  work-­‐unit!   The  Persistence  of  Privilege  in  a  Work-­‐unit  Housing  Compound  in  Guangzhou’,   Geographische  Zeitschrift,  99  (1)  January  2011,  pp.  34-­‐47.   ‘Chi  ha  paura  della  Classe  Media?  Politica  e  sviluppo  in  Cina’  (Who  is  afraid  of  the  Middle   Class?  Politics  and  Development  in  China),  Contemporanea.  Rivista  di  Storia  dell’800  e  del   900,  No.4,  October  2011:  781-­‐792    ‘The  Housing  Effect.  The  Making  of  China’s  Social  Distinctions’  in  Cheng  Li,  ed.  China’s   Emerging  Middle  Class.  Beyond  Economic  Transformation,  Washington  DC:  Brookings   Institution,  2010:  193-­‐216   ‘Governare  da  Lontano?  Flessibilita'  e  Controllo  nelle  Comunita'  Operaie  di  Shenyang   (Governing  from  a  distance?  Flexibility  and  Control  in  worker  Communities  in  Shenyang).   In  Renzo  Cavalieri  and  Ivan  Franceschini  eds,  Germogli  di  Societa’  Civile  in  Cina,  Brioschi   Editore,  2010:  115-­‐136   ‘Gating  Urban  Spaces  in  China:  Inclusion,  Exclusion  and  Government’,  in  Ola  Uduku  and   Samer  Bagaeen  eds,  Gated  Communities:  Social  Sustainability  in  Contemporary  and  Historical   Gated  Developments.  Sterling,  VA:  Earthscan,  2010:  27-­‐38   15  entries  in  A  Dictionary  of  20th  Century  Communism,  edited  by  Robert  Service  and  Silvio   Pons,  Princeton,  NJ:  Princeton  University  Press.  (Chinese  Communist  Party,  Hundred   Flowers  Movement,  Democracy  Movement,  Labour  and  Workers,  Market  Socialism,  China-­‐ Vietnam  War,  China-­‐USSR  split,  Mongolian  Communist  party,  Communist  Parties  in   Southeast  Asia,  Deng  Xiaoping,  Hu  Yaobang,  Jiang  Zemin,  Lin  Biao,  Liu  Shaoqi,  Zhou  Enlai,   1989),  2010.   3  

Dr  Luigi  Tomba,  Associate  Director,  Australian  Centre  on  China  in  the  World  

‘Middle  Classes  in  China:  Force  for  Political  Change  or  Guarantee  of  Stability?’  in  PORTAL   Journal  of  Multidisciplinary  International  Studies,  vol.  6,  no.  2,  July  2009.  ‘Post-­‐Mao,  Post-­‐ Bourdieu:  Class  and  Taste  in  Contemporary  China’,  Special  Issue,  guest  edited  by  Stephanie   Hemelryk  Donald  and  Yi  Zheng,  2009   ‘Of  Quality  Harmony  and  Community.  Civilization  and  the  Middle  Class  in  Urban  China’  in   positions:  east  asia  cultures  critiques  Vol  17:3,  2009:  591-­‐616     ‘Chinese  Society  in  the  Maoist  Era  and  the  Post-­‐Mao  transition’,  in  Maurizio  Scarpari  e   Guido  Samarani  eds,  The  Chinese  Civilization:  from  Its  Origins  to  Contemporary  Times,   Volume  III.  Torino:  Einaudi,  2009:  547-­‐595   ‘Making  Neighborhoods:  The  Government  of  Social  Change  in  China’s  Cities’  in  Chinese   Perspectives/Perspectives  Chinoises  No  4,  2008:  48-­‐61  (English  and  French)   With  Beibei  Tang,  ‘The  Forest  City:  Homeownership  and  New  Wealth  in  Shenyang’  in  David   S.G.  Goodman  ed,  The  New  Rich  in  China:  Future  Rulers,  Present  Lives,  London:  Routledge   2008b:  171-­‐186   ‘Fortress  China:  Space  and  Governance  in  China’s  Proprietary  Communities’  (Baolei   zhongguo.  yezhu  xiaoqu  zhong  de  kongjian  yu  zhili)  in  He  Zengke,  Thomas  Heberer  and   Gunther  Schubert  eds,  Citizen  Participation  in  Rural  and  Urban  Areas  and  Political   Legitimacy  (Chengxiang  gongmin  canyu  he  zhengzhi  hefaxing),  Beijing:  Zhongyang  bianyi   chubanshe  2007:  285-­‐302   ‘Housing  disputes  and  collective  interests  in  Beijing’,  Beijing  zhufang  jiufen  zhong  juzhu   kongjian  he  jiti  liyi  de  xingcheng  in  Zhao  Dingyang  ed  Niandu  xueshu  2007  (zhi  yu  luan),   Beijing,  Renmin  Daxue  chubanshe,  2007:  340-­‐354           ‘Transition?  Reforms,  Continuity  and  Governmental  Techniques  in  China’,  Il  Politico  Volume   71  (3),  2006:  54-­‐70   ‘Dominant  Political  Discourses  of  China’s  Transition’,  Novecento,  No.  13,  2006:  97-­‐108   ‘Residential  Space  and  Collective  Interest  Formation  in  Beijing’s  Housing  Disputes’,  The   China  Quarterly,  No.  184,  December,  2005:  934-­‐951   With  Lucien  Bianco,  Rudolf  Wagner  and  Guido  Samarani,  ‘China’s  Transition:  Ideas  for  an   Assessment.  A  Roundtable  discussion’,  Passato  e  Presente,  No.  66,  2005:  15-­‐38   ‘We  Want  our  Garden  Back!  Consumption,  Autonomy  and  Collective  Action  in  Beijing’s   Residential  Communities’  in  Caro  Maestro…  [Festschrift  in  Honour  of  Prof.  Lionello   Lanciotti’s  80th  birthday],  edited  by  Maurizio  Scarpari  and  Tiziana  Lippiello,  Venice:   Cafoscarina,  2005:  1163-­‐1175   ‘Creating  an  Urban  Middle  Class:  Social  Engineering  in  Beijing’,  The  China  Journal,  No.  51,   January  2004:  1-­‐26   ‘Looking  Away  from  the  Black  Box:  Economy  and  Organisation  in  the  Formation  of  a   Chinese  Identity  in  Italy’,  in  Ulf  Hedetoft  and  Flemming  Christiansen  eds,  The  Politics  of   Multiple  Belonging:  Ethnicity  and  Nationalism  in  Europe  and  Asia,  Aldershot,  Hampshire:   Ashgate,  2004,  93-­‐108   ‘In  Mao’s  Hands:  The  Communist  Party’s  Rise  to  Power,  1949-­‐1956’,  Millenovecento,  No.  18,   April  2004:  14-­‐29   4  

Dr  Luigi  Tomba,  Associate  Director,  Australian  Centre  on  China  in  the  World  

‘The  Up  and  Coming  Middle  Class’,  Aspenia  International,  No.  23-­‐24,  2004:  79-­‐85     ‘La  fine  del  lavoro  (socialista)’  [The  end  of  (socialist)  labour],  in  ‘Itinerari  d’Impresa’,  No.4   Spring,  2004:  211-­‐217   ‘Politics  and  Social  Conflicts  in  East  Asian  Capitalism.  An  Introduction’,  in  East  Asian   Capitalism:  Conflicts  Growth  and  Crisis,  Milan,  Feltrinelli,  2002,  XI  –  XXXVII   Scrittura  e  didattica  della  storia  in  Cina  Popolare,  in  ‘Passato  e  Presente’,  n.  55,  January/April   2002:  21-­‐29     ‘Nelle  pieghe  dello  stato  totalitario:  note  su  un  decennio  di  dibattito  su  stato  e  società  in   Cina’,  in  Storia  e  problemi  contemporanei,  no.  25,  2000:  129-­‐147   ‘Exporting  the  Wenzhou  Model  to  Beijing  and  Florence:  Ideas  for  a  Comparative  Perspective   on  Labour  and  Economic  Organisation  in  Two  Migrant  Communities’,  in  F.  Pieke  and  H.   Mallee  eds,  ‘Chinese  Internal  and  International  Migration’  Richmond  Surrey,  Curzon  Press,   1999:  280-­‐294   ‘Paradossi  locali:  decentramento  e  controllo  amministrativo  nella  Cina  delle  Provincie’,  in   Marta  Dassu',  ed,    L'Asia  in  Rosso:  la  Cina  e  la  Crisi  Asiatica,  Roma:  Guerini  e  Associati,  1999   ‘La  Riforma  del  Mercato  del  Lavoro  nella  Cina  Contemporanea:  nuova  legislazione  del   lavoro  e  informalizzazione’,  in  Rivista  Italiana  di  Diritto  del  Lavoro,  n.1,  1999:  3-­‐38     With  A.  Tassinari,  ‘Zhejiang-­‐Pechino,  Zhejiang-­‐Firenze:  due  esperienze  migratorie  a   confronto’,  in  La  critica  sociologica  n.  117,  1999   With  M.  Dassù,  ‘Il  Risveglio  della  Cina:  Sviluppo  e  Sicurezza  alle  soglie  del  2000’,  in  M.   Dassu'  ed.)  Pax  Pacifica  Il  futuro  della  sicurezza  Asiatica  e  le  nuove  Responsabilita'   dell'Europa,  Milan,  Franco  Angeli,  1997   With  M.  Dassù,  ‘La  sicurezza  cinese  dopo  la  fine  del  bipolarismo:  implicazioni  globali  e   regionali,  China’s  security  after  the  end  of  bipolarism,  CeSPI  Note  e  Ricerche  n.51,  Asia   Monitor,  Rome,  1996   ‘Città  e  anticittà  nelle  Comuni  popolari  Cinesi’  [City  and  anti-­‐city  in  China’s  People’s   Communes]  in  Passato  e  Presente,  1995:  No  36   ‘Operai  in  un  paese  di  contadini:  un  caso  di  conflittualità  operaia  nella  Cina  contemporanea’,   Workers  in  a  country  of  farmers:  A  case  of  worker  conflicts  in  contemporary  China,  in   Società  e  Storia,  No.  63,  1994   ‘Legalità,  Democrazia,  Autocrazia:  un  dibattito  interrotto’  [Legality,  Democracy  and   Autocracy:  an  interrupted  debate],  in  Se  io  fossi  il  Governo!  Documenti  del  Movimento   democratico  cinese  1989,  Milan:  Franco  Angeli,  1993   ‘Per  una  bibliografia  del  movimento  democratico  cinese:  i  materiali  della  Fondazione   Feltrinelli’  [A  reference  list  for  the  study  of  China’s  Democracy  movements]  in:  Se  io  fossi  il   Governo!  Documenti  del  Movimento  Democratico  Cinese  1989,  Milan:  Franco  Angeli,  1993.    

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Dr  Luigi  Tomba,  Associate  Director,  Australian  Centre  on  China  in  the  World