• Publications
  • Influence
Translingual Practice: Literature, National Culture, and Translated Modernity-China, 1900-1937
  • L. Liu
  • Sociology, History
  • 22 January 1997
Preface 1. Introduction: the problem of language in cross-cultural studies Part I. Between the Nation and the Individual: 2. Translating national character Lu Xun and Arthur Smith 3. The discourse ofExpand
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Role of the extracellular matrix protein thrombospondin in the early development of the mouse embryo
The distribution of the extracellular matrix protein thrombospondin (TSP) in cleavage to egg cylinder staged mouse embryos and its role in trophoblast outgrowth from cultured blastocysts wereExpand
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CONFLICT OF INTEREST: No conflict of interest.
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Comparative political culture in the age of globalization : an introductory anthology
Part 1 Beyond Eurocentrism Chapter 2 Everywhere and Nowhere Chapter 3 The Myth of the Other: China in the Eyes of the West Chapter 4 The Dream of a Butterfly Chapter 5 The Joy of Textualizing Japan:Expand
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The Freudian Robot: Digital Media and the Future of the Unconscious
  • L. Liu
  • Psychology
  • 28 February 2011
The identity and role of writing has evolved in the age of digital media. But how did writing itself make digital media possible in the first place? Lydia H. Liu offers here the first rigorous studyExpand
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The birth of Chinese feminism : essential texts in transnational theory
Acknowledgments -- List of Chinese dynasties and note on translation introduction : toward a transnational feminist theory -- The historical context : Chinese feminist worlds at the turn of theExpand
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The Cybernetic Unconscious: Rethinking Lacan, Poe, and French Theory
  • L. Liu
  • Philosophy
  • Critical Inquiry
  • 2010
Chance put the text of Edgar Allan Poe’s story “The Purloined Letter” at the disposal of Jacques Lacan and his psychoanalytic work, and this work has since made numerous surprising moves and detoursExpand
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Robinson Crusoe's Earthenware Pot
  • L. Liu
  • History
  • Critical Inquiry
  • 1 July 1999
Virginia Woolf once made a remarkable observation about Daniel Defoe's novel Robinson Crusoe. Call it intuition or uncanny lucidity. Under her eyes, an insignificant detail, which has largely escapedExpand
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The Eventfulness of Translation: Temporality, Difference, and Competing Universals
The article seeks to develop a new angel for translation studies by rethinking its relationship to the political. It begins with the question “Can the eventfulness of translation itself be thought?”Expand
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