Gender & Society in Modern China (EALC 331/578): Getting Started

This course provides a historical overview of transforming gender politics and social life in modern China (1911-present).

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Prof. Xiao, PhD

Wescoe 2109; Phone: (785) 864-9079; Email: hxiao@ku.edu

Class Schedule: M 2:30 - 5:00 PM

Office Hours: T, R 1-2 pm and by appointment

Class Number: 68649

This course provides a historical overview of transforming gender politics and social life in modern China through examining important literary works and films from the Republican era (1911-1949), the Maoist era (1949-1976), and the post-Mao era (1976-present). Secondary readings will also be supplied. Students are expected to nurture a critical consciousness to core issues including nation building, gendered modernity, cultural identity, international feminism and globalization.

This research guide provides library resources and other available resources for the study of this course. Research skills to find print materials in the library catalog, WorldCat, Interlibrary Loan Services, electronic databases, and bibliography citation tools are included. Interested students should contact Chinese Studies Librarian (vdoll@ku.edu) for assistance.

EALC 590: Gender & Society in Modern China Resources

The Goddess DVD cover from Amazon

 

Jin Xing Dance Theatre at the University of Kansas

China & Korea Studies

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