Publication Announcement: Routledge Handbook of Chinese Gender and Sexuality

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Dear Colleagues,

Apologies for crossposting.

We are pleased to share the publication of the Routledge Handbook of Chinese Gender and Sexuality coedited by Jamie J. Zhao and Hongwei Bao, which may be of interest to some in this group. 

The ebook is available for purchase via Routledge Handbook of Chinese Gender and Sexualityfree preview of the book's introduction is also available on its T&F page (T&F page for Routledge Handbook of Chinese Gender and Sexuality)A 20% DISCOUNT (using the code EFLY01) IS CURRENT AVAILABLE. A flyer for promotion is also attached to this email. Please help widely share and order the Handbook with your local/university libraries. Thank you. 


Please kindly find its description and TOC below:

This Handbook offers a rich survey of topics concerning historical, modern and contemporary Chinese genders and sexualities.

Exploring gender and sexuality as key dimensions of China’s modernisation and globalisation, this Handbook effectively situates Chinese gender and sexuality in transnational and transcultural contexts. It also spotlights nonnormative practices and emancipatory potentials within mainstream, heterosexual-dominated and patriarchally structured settings. It serves as a definitive study, research and resource guide for emerging gender and sexuality issues in the Chinese-speaking world. This Handbook covers interdisciplinary methodologies, perspectives and topics, including:

  • History
  • Literature
  • Art
  • Fashion
  • Migration
  • Translation
  • Sex and desire
  • Film and television
  • Digital media
  • Star and fan cultures
  • Fantasies and lives of women and LGBTQ+ groups
  • Social movements
  • Transnational feminist and queer politics

Paying acute attention to nonnormative genders and sexualities and emphasising the intersectionality of gender, sexuality, nationality, ethnicity and class, this Handbook offers an essential, field-defining text to Chinese gender and sexuality studies.


Table of Contents


Introduction: New Directions in Chinese Gender and Sexuality Studies

Jamie J. Zhao and Hongwei Bao

Part 1: Theorising Gender and Sexual Histories

 1. He-Yin Zhen and Anarcho-Feminism at the Turn of the Twentieth Century

Rebecca E. Karl

2. Nudity and Modernity—New Forms of Gendered Voyeurism in the Art of Dan Duyu

Louise Edwards

3. Gendered Language in Modern Chinese History

Coraline Jortay

4. Patriarchal Problems between Revolution and Reform

Harriet Evans

Part 2: Transnational Migration and Transcultural Mobility

 5. National Allegory and Media Performativity: Chinese Masculinity in the Context of K-Pop and American Rambo

Mayfair Mei-Hui Yang

6. Gender, Sexuality and Educational Mobility: Chinese Women Students in Australia

Fran Martin

7. Gender and Sexuality in the Anglophone White Snake Worlds

Liang Luo

8. Prostitution and Human Trafficking

Tiantian Zheng

9. Enacting Transnational Masculinity Regimes in the Migrant Context: Chinese Migrants in Japan

Jamie Coates

Part 3: Queer/ing China

10. When Queer Theory Speaks Chinese: Translating Queer in China

Hongwei Bao

11. Claustrophobic Sexuality: Mapping Gay Male Urban Subjects and Postmodernity in the Films of Cui Zi’en

Alvin K. Wong

12. Theorising Queer Cinemas

Victor Fan

13. Speaking the ‘L’ Elsewhere: Queering Women on TV in a Global China

Jamie J. Zhao

14. Opening the Door to a New World’: Danmei and the Gender Revolution in China

Ling Yang and Yanrui Xu

Part 4: Shifting Discourses Surrounding Womanhood

15. Funü: The Onion Peeling Stories

Xin Huang

16. Chinese Women-in-Suits

Talel Bar and Haiqing Yu

17. Rethinking nüxing yishu in the PRC: The Shifting Discourses around Art by Women from the 1990s to Today

Monica Merlin

18. Beyond Cyborg Prostitutes: Fantasies of Womanhood, Translated Chinese SF, and Soft Power

Angie Chau

Part 5: Gendered Governance and Contestation in Emerging Cultures and Spaces

19. Women as Dancing Wanghong on Douyin: Affective Affordances and Gender Performativity

Han Fu, Anthony Fung and Jindong Leo-Liu

20. Negotiating Hegemonic Masculinity in Postsocialist China: Grassroots Male Images in Cyberspace

Song Geng and Ran Xi

21. Sublimated Machismo: Patriarchy, Hegemonic Masculinity and Popular Nationalism in China’s Hip-hop Culture

Sheng Zou

22. From Women’s Space to Gendering the Public Sphere: Ai Xiaoming’s Practice of Everyday Life and Activism

Jinyan Zeng and Xibai Xu


On behalf of Dr. Jamie J. Zhao

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