Intellectuals and Social Movements, part 1

An issue of: positions

Intellectuals and Social Movements, part 1
Journal Issue Pages: 288 Volume 11, Number 3 Published: 2003 An issue of positions
Special Issue Editor: Tani Barlow


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1. Editor's Introduction—Tani E. Barlow

2. Korean Women—Poetry, Identity, Place: A Conversation with Kim Hye-sun—Don Mee Choi

3. Words of Warning: Global Networks, Asian Local Resistance, and the Planetary Vulgate of Neoliberalism—Jamie Morgan

4. Between Indeterminacy and Radical Critique: Madang-guk, Ritual, and Protest—Namhee Lee

5. China on the Brink of a "Momentous Era"—Wang Xiaoming Translated by Robin Visser

6. Rural Taste, Urban Fashions: The Cultural Politics of Rural/Urban Difference in Contemporary China—Lei Guang

7. Rural Women and Social Change in New China Cinema: From Li Shuangshuang to Ermo—Xiaobing Tang

8. Words and Images: A Conversation with Hou Hsiao-hsien and Chu T'ien-wen—Michael Berry

9. A New Taiwan Person? A Conversation with Wu Nien-chen—D. W. Davis

10.When You Are Related to the "Other": (Re)locating the Chinese Homeland in Asian American Politics through Cultural Tourism—Andrea Louie

11.Statistics for Democracy: Economics As Politics in Occupied Japan—Laura Hein

12. Feminism: An Organic or an Extremist Position? On Tien Yee As Represented by He Zhen—Liu Huiying Translated by Yan Hairong


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ISBN Paperback: 978-0-8223-6601-0