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by Zheng Wang

eBook Women in the Chinese Enlightenment: Oral and Textual Histories download ISBN: 0520213505
Author: Zheng Wang
Publisher: University of California Press (July 5, 1999)
Language: English
Pages: 417
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Category: Political
Subcategory: Social Sciences

However, I somehow think that her combination of oral and textual histories makes her book less approachable.

Her goal is to ¡§highlight the unique experience of the May Fourth women and simultaneously illuminate the differences and similarities between Chinese and Euro- American women¡¦s struggles for liberation. However, I somehow think that her combination of oral and textual histories makes her book less approachable.

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Start by marking Women in the Chinese Enlightenment: Oral and Textual Histories as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. by Chinese women activists born just after the turn of this century, this first history of Chinese May Fourth feminism disrupts the Chinese Communist Party's master narrative of Chinese women's liberation, reconfigures the history of the Chinese Enlightenment from a gender perspective, and addresses the question of how feminism engendered social change cross-culturally. In this multilayered book, the first-person narratives are complemented by a history of the discursive process and the author's sophisticated intertextual readings.

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Centering on five life stories by Chinese women activists born just after the turn of this century, this first history of Chinese May Fourth feminism disrupts the Chinese Communist Party's master narrative of Chinese women's liberation, reconfigures the history of the Chinese Enlightenment from a gender perspective, and addresses the question of how feminism engendered social change cross-culturally.In this multilayered book, the first-person narratives are complemented by a history of the discursive process and the author's sophisticated intertextual readings. Together, the parts form a fascinating historical portrait of how educated Chinese men and women actively deployed and appropriated ideologies from the West in their pursuit of national salvation and self-emancipation. As Wang demonstrates, feminism was embraced by men as instrumental to China's modernity and by women as pointing to a new way of life.