September 7, 2006

Textbooks

1. Pei-Kai Cheng, et al. The Search for Modern China: A Documentary Collection. N.Y.: W.W. Norton & Company, Inc, 1999. (Referred to as Source Book in assignments).
2. Susan Brownell and Jeffrey Wasserstrom. Chinese Femininity and Chinese Masculinity: A Reader. Berkeley, Los Angeles, and London: University of California Press, 2002. (Abbrev: CFCM)

The following articles are e-reserved. You can go directly to the following web page
http://eres.lib.umn.edu/eres/ to access to the reading materials. The hardcopy of these readings will be reserved and available @ Wilson Library Reserve Counter as well.

Lydia Liu. “The Female Body and Nationalist Discourse: Manchuria in Xiao Hong’s Field of Life and Death? in Angela Zito and Tani Barlow, Eds. Body, Subject and Power in China. California: the University of California Press, 1994. 157-180.

James Hevia. “Sovereignty and Subject: Constituting Relations of Power in Qing Guest Ritual? in Angela Zito and Tani Barlow, Eds. Body, Subject and Power in China. California: the University of California Press, 1994. 181-200.

Lisa Rofel. “Qualities of Desire: Imagining Gay Identities in China.? GLQ 5: 451-474.

Tani Barlow. “Theorizing Woman: Fun Funü, Guojia, Jiating? in Angela Zito and Tani Barlow, Ed. Body, Subject and Power in China. California: the University of California Press, 1994. 253-290.

Sherman Cochran. “Transnational Origins of Advertising in Early Twentieth-century China? in Sherman Cochran, Ed. Inventing Nanjing Road. Ithaca, NY: Cornell East Asia Series No. 103, 1999

Christina Gilmartin. “Gender in the Formation of a Communist Body Politic? in Modern China 1993. 19.3:299-329.

Kathy Walker. “Economic Growth, Peasant Marginalization, and Sexual Division of Labor in Early Twentieth-Century: Women’s Work in Nantong County.? in Modern China. 1993. 19.3:354-86.

Fred Blake. “Foot-binding in Neo-Confucian China and the Appropriation of Female Labor.? Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society. 19.3:676-712.

Gael Graham. “Exercising Control: Sports and Physical Education in American Protestant Mission Schools in China, 1880-1930? in Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society. 20.1

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