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Title Feminisms with Chinese characteristics / edited by Ping Zhu and Hui Faye Xiao
Published Syracuse : Syracuse University Press, [2021]
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Description 1 online resource (x, 380 pages) : illustrations
Series Gender and Globalization
Gender and globalization.
Contents Feminisms with Chinese characteristics : an introduction / Ping Zhu and Hui Faye Xiao -- "Gender" trouble : feminism in China under the impact of Western theory and the spatialization of identity / Nicola Spakowski -- Equality and gender equality with Chinese characteristics / Li Xiaojiang -- The class characteristics of China's women's liberation and twenty-first-century feminism / Xueping Zhong -- The specter of polygamy in contemporary Chinese gender imaginations : an interview with Dai Jinhua / Wu Haiyun -- Feminist struggles in a changing China / Wang Zheng -- Why don't mainland Chinese liberals support feminism? / Li Jun (aka Li Sipan) -- The formation of Chinese feminist linguistic tactics and discourse : adapting The vagina monologues for Chinese women / Ke Qianting -- "Am I a feminist?" : an interview with Wang Anyi / Liu Jindong -- Wang Anyi's new Shanghai : gender and labor in Fu Ping / Ping Zhu -- "I am fan Yusu" : Baomu writing and grassroots feminism against the postsocialist patriarchy / Hui Faye Xial -- Over 1.5 tons : subversive destruction and counter-monumentality to the phallic archetype / Shuqin Cui -- Screen feminisms with Hong Kong characteristics / Gina Marchetti
Summary "This volume offers a timely examination of the special characteristics of different, sometimes clashing, Chinese feminisms when the "#METOO" movement sweeps over the world under the mantle of global capitalism"-- Provided by publisher
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Print version record
Subject Feminism in literature.
Feminism -- China -- History -- 21st century
MeToo movement -- China
Sex role -- China -- History -- 21st century
Feminism in literature.
Feminism.
MeToo movement.
Sex role.
China.
Genre/Form History.
Form Electronic book
Author Ke, Qianting, author
Li, Jun (Of Shantou da xue), author
Li, Xiaojiang, 1951- author.
Liu, Jindong (Of Dalian da xue), author
Spakowski, Nicola, author.
Wang, Zheng, 1952- author.
Wu, Haiyun, author
Xiao, Hui Faye, editor.
Zhong, Xueping, 1956- author.
Zhu, Ping (Professor of Chinese literature), editor.
ISBN 0815655266
9780815655268