Tani E. Barlow
Tani E. Barlow
Professor, Joint Appointment: Modern China, Women and Gender
Ph.D. University of California, Davis, 1985.
The Question of Women in Chinese Feminism. (Duke University Press 2004)
"Pornographic City," in Locating China: Space, Place and Popular Culture. Jing Wang and David Goodman, eds.(Routledge Press, in press)
"Wanting Some: Natural Science, Social Science and Consumerism," in Women in Republican China. Mechthild Leutner and Nikola Spakowski, eds., (Berlin: LIT Verlag, in production)
"Appetites and Accumulation." in Reviews in Anthropology (in press)
"The Policy Subject of Women in Labor Law and Jurisprudence," Critical Policy Studies of China Conference
"The Direction of History and Women in China," in "Destination Globalization? Women, Gender and Comparative Colonial Histories in the New Millennium," in Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History. Jean Allman and Antoinette Burton, eds., 4:1(April 2003).
Editor, New Asian Marxism (Duke University Press 2002). Refereed articles from positions: east asia cultures critique, with introduction.
Cinema and Desire: The Cultural Politics of Feminist Marxist Dai Jinhua.
Co-editor with Jing Wang, with introduction. Verso Press.
"Asia, Gender and Scholarship under Process of Re-regionalization," Journal of Gender Studies, Ochanomizu University, Tokyo (March 2002).
"Teaching 'International Feminism' in a Global Frame," (part 2) in Joseigaku Kenkyu (Journal of Women's Studies), Vol. 10, Center for Women's Studies, Osaka Women's University (September, 2002). (in Japanese translation)
"Spheres of Debt and Feminist Ghosts in Area Studies of Women in Asia," Traces (1).
"Green blade in the act of being grazed: Late Capital, Flexible Bodies, Critical Intelligibility." differences 10:3.
"Women at the Close of the Maoist Era in the Polemics of Li Xiaojiang and her Associates." In Lisa Lowe and David Lloyd, editor. Worlds Aligned: The Politics of Culture in the Shadow of Capital. Duke University Press.
Formations of Colonial Modernity in East Asia. Editor and Contributor. Duke University Press, 1997.
Gender Politics in Modern China: Writing and Feminism. Editor and Introduction. Duke University Press, 1994.
Body, Subject and Power in China. Editor, Contributor, and Introduction with Angela Zito. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1994.
I Myself Am a Woman: Selected Writings of Ding Ling. Editor and Co-Translator with Gary Bjorge and others. Beacon Press, 1989.
Chinese Reflections: Americans Teaching in The People's Republic. With Donald M. Lowe. Praeger Publishers, 1985.
Research in Progress
The Intellectual Foundations of Social Science in China (historical
monograph initiated Spring 2001).
Blows and Thirst: Collected Essays on International Feminism (published and unpublished essays).
"The Modern Girl around the World," collective project with colleagues at UW (in press review at Gender & History).
"Eugenic Woman, Semi-colonialism and Colonial Modernity as Problems for Postcolonialism," in process for publication in Post Colonial Studies and Beyond.
Matti Bunzl, Antoinette Burton, Joshua Esty, Suvir Kaul, and Ananya Loomba, eds.,