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This first significant collection of essays Women Culture MOBI #243 on women in China in than two decades captures a pivotal moment in a cross cultural and interdisciplinary dialogue For the first time the voices of China based scholars are heard alongside scholars positioned in the United States The distinguished contributors to this volume are of different generations hold citizenship in different countries and were Engendering Chi

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Engendering China Women Culture and the State Harvard Contemporary China Series

Na Epubtrained in different disciplines but all embrace the shared project of mapping gender in China and making power laden relationships visible The essays take up gender issues from a variety of disciplinary perspectives Chapters focus on learned women in the eighteenth century the changing status of contemporary village women sexuality and reproduction prostitution women's consciousness women's writing the gendering of work and C

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Hina Women Culture MOBI #237 images of women in contemporary Chinese fictionSome of the liveliest disagreements over the usefulness of western feminist theory and scholarship on China take place between Chinese working in China and Chinese in temporary or longtime diaspora Engendering China will appeal to a broad academic spectrum including scholars of Asian studies critical theory feminist studies cultural studies and policy studies


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    Engendering China Women Culture and the State Harvard Contemporary China Series by Christina Gilmartin 2005