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Title Chinese women's cinema : transnational contexts / edited by Lingzhen Wang.
Published New York : Columbia University Press, c2011
Detail x, 430 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Added Author Wang, Lingzhen
  Wang, Lingzhen. Introduction: transnational feminist reconfiguration of film discourse and women's cinema
  Wang, Lingzhen. Socialist Cinema and Female Authorship: Overdetermination and Subjective Revisions in Dong Kena's Small Grass Grows on the Kunlun Mountain (1962)
  Ching, Yau. Masochist Men and Normal Women: Tang Shu Shuen and The Arch (1969)
  Zhang, Zhen. Migrating Hearts: The Cultural Geography of Sylvia Chang's Melodrama
  Li, Xingyang. Gendered Voices, Images and Affect. The Voice of History and the Voice of Women: A Study of Huang Shuqin's Women's Films
  Huang, Yu-Shan. Post-Taiwan New Cinema Women Directors and Their Films: Auteurs, Images, Language
  Kaplan, E. Ann. Affect, Memory, and Trauma Past Tense in Hu Mei's Army Nurse (1985) and Xu Jinglei's Letter from an Unknown Woman (2004)
  Marchetti, Gina. From Mao's "Continuous Revolution" to Ning Ying's Perpetual Motion (2005): Sexual Politics, Neoliberalism, and Postmodern China
  Cui, Shuqin. Searching for Female Sexuality and Negotiating with Feminism: Li Yu's Film Trilogy
  Wang, Yiman. To Write or to Act, That Is the Question: 1920s to 1930s Shanghai Actress-Writers and the Death of the "New Woman"
  Zhang, Yingjin. Gender, Genre, and Performance in Eileen Chang's Films: Equivocal Contrasts Across the Print-Screen Divide
  Lupke, Christopher. Chu T'ien-wen and the Sotto Voce of Gendered Expression in the Films of Hou Hsiao-Hsien
  Zhang, Jingyuan. To Become an Auteur: The Cinematic Maneuverings of Xu Jinglei
  Law, Kar. In Search of Esther Eng: Border-Crossing Pioneer in Chinese-Language Filmmaking
  Shen, Shiao-Ying. Filming One's Way Home: Clara Law's Letters to Oz
  Ford, Staci. TransPacific Waves in a Global Sea: Mabel Cheung Yuen-Ting's Cinematic Archive
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