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Xueping Zhong
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Tufts University
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Xueping Zhong
Professor
Director of Chinese Program

Education

B.A., Shanghai Teacher's University
M.A., University of Iowa; Comparative Literature
Ph.D., University of Iowa; Comparative Literature

Research Interests

Modern Chinese Literature, Chinese Culture, Film

Selected publications

Books:

  • Mainstream Culture Refocused: Television Drama, Society, and the Production of Meaning in the Reform Era China, University of Hawaii Press, 2010

  • Culture and Social Transformation in Reform Era China, co-editor, Brill, 2010

  • Some of Us: Chinese Women Growing Up in the Mao Era, co-editor, Rutgers University Press, 2001

  • Masculinity Besieged? Issues of Modernity and Male Subjectivity in Chinese Literature of the Late Twentieth Century, Duke University Press, 2000

  • 《文化与社会转型:理论框架和中国语境》 (Culture and social transformations: theoretical consideration and the case of China), co-edit with Cao Tianyu and Liao Kebin, Guangxi Normal University Press (Guilin, PRC), 2012

Articles:

  • Internationale as Specter: Na'er, "Subaltern Literature," and Contemporary China's "Left Bank," China and New Left Visions: Political and Cultural Interventions eds. Ban Wang and Jie Lu (Lexington Book, 2012): 101-120.*

  • "Women Can Hold Up Half the Sky: A Fourth-Told Tale," Words and Their Stories: Revolutionary Discourse in China ed. Wang Ban (Brill, 2011): 227-248.*

  • "Who is Afraid of Lu Xun?: Debates about Lu Xun and the Question of His Legacy in the Post-Revolution China," China's Literary and Cultural Scene at the Turn of the 21st Century ed. Jie Lu (Routledge, 2008): 81-102.*; (The same article is re-published in Culture and Social Transformation in Reform Era China, Brill, 2010): 257-284.

  • "Who is a Feminist? Understanding the Ambivalence towards Shanghai Baby, 'Body Writing,' and Feminism in Post-Women's Liberation China," a special issue "Translating Feminisms in China" in the journal Gender and History eds. Wang Zheng and Dorothy Ko (vol. 18 no.3, 2006): 635-660.*

  • "后妇女解放与自我想象" (Post-women's liberation, feminism, and contemporary [male] Chinese intellectuals' self-imagination), 《读书》(Reading) November (2005): 13-21.

  • "错置的焦虑" (Anxieties over nativization of feminism),《读书》 (Reading) April (2003): 47-54.

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