|Title||Distinguished Professor of History|
|Affiliations||East Asian Studies, |
Feminist Studies Department
|Phone||831-459-4041 (office), |
|Office||533 Humanities 1|
|Office Hours||M 3:30-5 and by appointment|
|Campus Mail Stop||Humanities Academic Services|
|1156 High Street|
Santa Cruz, CA
Research InterestsModern Chinese social and cultural history, labor history, women's history, history of sexuality, feminist theory; history, oral narratives, and memory
Biography, Education and TrainingB.A. Hampshire College
M.A. Stanford University
Ph.D. Stanford University
Honors, Awards and Grants2012-13 Faculty Research Lecturer
2011-12 President, Association for Asian Studies (currently Past Past President)
2008 Distinguished Professor of History
2007 Guggenheim Fellowship award recipient
2007 Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, Fellowship, Stanford University
2003 John Dizikes Teaching Award
1997 Joan Kelly Memorial Prize in Women's History, American Historical Association
Selected PublicationsThe Gender of Memory: Rural Women and China's Collective Past. University of California Press, 2011
“Chinese History: A Useful Category of Gender Analysis”, American Historical Review 113, no. 5 (Dec. 2008), 1404-1421 (with Wang Zheng).
Women in China's Long Twentieth Century (University of California International and Area Studies Project, in conjunction with the University of California Press and the California Digital Library, 2007).
“Birthing Stories: Rural Midwives in 1950s China”, Jeremy Brown and Paul G. Pickowicz, Dilemmas of Victory: The Early Years of the People's Republic of China, Harvard University Press,2007, 337-358.
“Forget Remembering: Rural Women’s Narratives of China’s Collective Past”, Ching Kwan Lee and Guobin Yang, Re-envisioning the Chinese Revolution: The Politics and Poetics of Collective Memories in Reform China, Woodrow Wilson Center Press and Stanford University Press, 2007, 69-92.
"What's in a Field? Women, China, History, and the '˜What Next?' Question," Jindai Zhongguo funüshi yanjiu/Research on Women in Modern Chinese History 13 (December 2005), 167-195.
"Virtue at Work: Rural Shaanxi Women Remember the 1950s," in Gender in Motion, ed. Bryna Goodman and Wendy Larson, Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield, 2005.
"State of The Field: Women in China's Long Twentieth Century," Journal of Asian Studies 63.4 (November, 2004).
"Making the Visible Invisible: The Fate of 'the Private' in Revolutionary China." Women, Nation, and Society in Modern China (1600-1950). Taipei: Institute of Modern History, 2003.
"The Gender of Memory: Rural Chinese Women and the 1950s." Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 28:1 (2002).
Guide to Women's Studies in China, ed. with E. Honig, S. Mann, and L. Rofel. Berkeley: University of California, Institute of East Asian Studies, 1998.
Dangerous Pleasures: Prostitution and Modernity in 20th-Century Shanghai. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1997. (Winner of American Historical Association's Joan Kelly Memorial Prize in Women's History.) Chinese translation: Weixian de yuyue, trans. Han Minzhong and Sheng Ning, Jiangsu renmin chubanshe, 2003.
Remapping China: Fissures in Historical Terrain. Ed. with Emily Honig, Jonathan Lipman,and Randall Stross. Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, 1999.
Engendering China: Women, Culture, and the State. Ed. with Christina Gilmartin, Lisa Rofel, and Tyrene White, Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1994
Personal Voices: Chinese Women in the 1980s. Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, 1998 (with Emily Honig).
The Workers of Tianjin, 1900-1949. Stanford University Press, 1986.
“Disquiet in the House of Gender.” Journal of Asian Studies 71.4 (November), 873-894.
“Getting a Life: The Production of 1950s Women Labor Models in Rural Shaanxi,” in Hu Ying and Joan Judge, eds., Beyond Exemplar Tales: Women’s Biography in Chinese History University of California Global, Area, and International Archive, Print ed. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 36-51.
co-editor and co-compiler, Prosperity's Predicament (Rowman and LIttlefield 2013)
Courses TaughtHIS 40B, The Making of Modern East Asia
HIS 80H, Class, Gender, and Community in China, 1700–Present
HIS 140C, Revolutionary China 1895–1960
HIS 140D, Recent Chinese History
HIS 194G, China Since the Cultural Revolution: Histories of the Present
HIS 194H, Gender, Family, and State in China: 1600–Present
HIS 230B, Engendering China
HIS 238A, Research Methods: China
HIS 238B, Research Methods: China
HIS 230C, Readings in Modern Chinese History
HIS 140E, Women in Modern China