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Modern Chinese literary and cultural studies in the age of theory : reimagining a field /

Other Authors: Chow, Rey.
Format: Book
Language: English
Published: Durham, N.C. : Duke University Press, 2000
Series: Asia-Pacific.
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction : On Chineseness as a theoretical problem / Rey Chow
  • Narrative subjectivity and the production of social space in Chinese reportage / Charles A. Laughlin
  • Three hungry women / David Der-wei Wang
  • Two discourses on colonialism : Huang Guliu and Eileen Chang on Hong Kong of the forties / Leung Ping-kwan
  • Beyond cultural and national identities : current re-evaluation of the Kominka literature from Taiwan's Japanese period / Sung-sheng Yvonne Chang
  • Wang Wenxing and the "loss" of China / Christopher Lupke
  • If China can say no, can China make movies? Or, do movies make China? Rethinking national cinema and national agency / Chris Berry
  • Look who's talking : the politics of orality in transitional Hong Kong mass culture / Kwai-Cheung Lo
  • Bondage in time : footbinding and fashion theory / Dorothy Ko
  • No questions, no answers : China and A book from the sky / Stanley K. Abe
  • International theory and the transnational critic : China in the age of multiculturalism / Michelle Yeh
  • Can one say no to Chineseness? Pushing the limits of the diasporic paradigm / Ien Ang
  • Afterword : The possibilities of abandonment / Paul A. BoveĢ.