Engendering China: Women, Culture, And The State

  title={Engendering China: Women, Culture, And The State},
  author={Christina Kelley Gilmartin and Gail Hershatter and Lisa B. Rofel and Tyrene White},
  journal={The Journal of Asian Studies},
  pages={1239 - 1240}
This first significant collection of essays on women in China in more than two decades captures a pivotal moment in a cross-cultural-and interdisciplinary-dialogue. For the first time, the voices of China-based scholars are heard alongside scholars positioned in the United States. The distinguished contributors to this volume are of different generations, hold citizenship in different countries, and were trained in different disciplines, but all embrace the shared project of mapping gender in… 
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