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Visualized gender and gendered visuality: Love, marriage, and labor in contemporary Chinese women’s visual culture (2019-04-17)Feminism was long sidelined as a bourgeois ideology in Communist China and has never fully recovered as the leading apparatus for female empowerment. Chinese women have made tremendous progress under the leadership of the ...
(2019-04-17)Although shenjing shuairuo (SJSR) has remained a salient clinical and cultural concept in China since the first decade of the twentieth century, in 1980 neurasthenia was removed from the American Psychiatric Association’s ...
(2011-08-25)My dissertation, “Wounds in Time: the Aesthetic Afterlives of the Cultural Revolution,” departs from the traditional historicist approach to the Cultural Revolution, contributing instead an investigation of the Cultural ...
(2015-07-09)This dissertation explores how Pe̍h-oē-jī (Jiaohui roma zi/Baihua zi, literally meaning “church romanization” or “vernacular script” in Chinese, POJ hereafter) was transformed from a “foreign” writing system as a religious ...