Team members | Bibliography

Barbara Mittler, Sun Liying, Matthias Arnold, Wolfgang Häberle, Jörg Torkler - Heidelberg University, Germany

Joan Judge, Doris Sung - York University, Canada

Michel Hockx - SOAS, UK

Catherine V. Yeh - Boston University

Christopher Hamm - University of Washington Seattle

Yu Chien-ming, Lien Lingling, Sophy Chen - Academia Sinica, Taiwan

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Bibliography | Team members

Hockx, Michel, Joan Judge; Barbara Mittler eds. A Space of their Own: Women and the Periodical Press in China’s Long Twentieth Century, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, (in print, 2017) .

Hu, Siaochen. “Voices of Female Educators in Early Twentieth-Century Chinese Women’s Magazines” In A Space of their Own: Women and the Periodical Press in China’s Long Twentieth Century (eds. Joan Judge, Barbara Mittler and Michel Hockx), (in print, 2017).

Judge, Joan. Republican Lens: Gender, Visuality, and Experience in the Early Chinese Periodical Press. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2015.

Judge, Joan. “Foreign Knowledge of Bodies: Japanese Sources, Western Science, and China’s Republican Lady.” In A Space of their Own: Women and the Periodical Press in China’s Long Twentieth Century (eds. Joan Judge, Barbara Mittler and Michel Hockx), (in print, 2017).

Judge, Joan. “The Republican Lady, the Courtesan, and the Photograph: Visibility and Sexuality in Early Twentieth-Century China.” In Facing East Asia: Histories of Studio Portrait Photography, ed. Luke Gartlan and Roberta Wue. Ashgate, Routledge, 2017, 191-208.

Judge, Joan. The Fate of the Late Imperial Cainü: Gender and Historical Change in Early 20th Century China. In Transformations: Gender And Chinese History, ed. Beverly Bossler. University of Washington Press, 2015, 139-60.

Judge, Joan. “Sinology, Feminist History, and Everydayness in the Early Republican Periodical Press.” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 40:3 (Spring 2015), 563-87.

Judge, Joan. “Chinese Women’s History: Global Circuits, Local Meanings.” Journal of Women’s History 25:4 (2013), 224-44.

Judge, Joan. “Portraits of Republican Ladies: Materiality and Representation in Early Twentieth Century Chinese Photographs.” In Visualising China. Moving and Still images in Historical Narratives, ed. Christian Henriot and Yeh Wen-hsin. (Leiden: Brill, 2013), 131-70.

Joan Judge (Ji Jiazhen 季家珍). “Everydayness as a Critical Category of Gender Analysis: The Case of ‘Funü Shibao’ (The Women’s Eastern Times) 性別分析的關鍵範疇「日常性」:以《婦女時報〉為中心.” Jindai Zhongguo funü shi yanjiu 近代中国婦女史研究(Research on Women in Modern Chinese History) 20 (December 2012): 1–28.

Judge, Joan. “Richang de shijie zhuyi: Funü shibao zhong de yiyao guanggao” 日常的世界主義:《婦女時報》中的醫藥廣告 (Quotidian Cosmpolitanism: Medical Advertisments in Funü Shibao (The Women’s Eastern Times). Submitted. Jindai Zhongguo funü shi yanjiu 近代中国婦女史研究 (Research on Women in Modern Chinese History).

Mittler, Barbara. “Portrait(s) of a Trope: New Women and New Men in Chinese Women’s Magazines, 1898-2008,” book manuscript.

Mittler, Barbara. “Imagined Communities Divided: Reading Visual Regimes in Shanghai’s Newspaper Advertising (1860s-1910s))” in: Visualising China, 1845-1965. Moving and still images in historical narratives (Christian Henriot & Yeh Wen-hsin eds.), Leiden: Brill, 2013, 267-377.

Mittler, Barbara. “Von großen Händen und kleinen Füßen—Emanzipation auf Chinesisch” in Frauenbilder /Frauenkörper—Inszenierungen des Weiblichen in den Gesellschaften Süd- und Ostasiens, Stephan Köhn & Heike Moser (eds.) Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz 2013, 291-312.

Mittler, Barbara. “Ten Thousand Pucks and Punches: Satirical Themes and Variations seen Transculturally” in Asian Punches: A Transcultural Affair (eds. Hans Harder & Barbara Mittler), Transcultural Research – Heidelberg Studies on Asia and Europe in a Global Context Heidelberg: Springer 2013, 423-444.

Mittler, Barbara „Transboundary Bodies: Eunuchs, Humanity, and Historiography in China” in: Menschen-Bilder—Darstellungen des Humanen in der Wissenschaft Markus Hilgert & Michael Wink (Hrsg.) HeidelbergerJahrbücher, Bd. 54 (2012), 149-179.

Mittler, Barbara “Von großen Händen und kleinen Füßen—Emanzipation auf Chinesisch” in Frauenbilder /Frauenkörper—Inszenierungen des Weiblichen in den Gesellschaften Süd- und Ostasiens, Stephan Köhn & Heike Moser (Hrsg.) Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz 2013, 291-312.

Mittler, Barbara. “The New (Wo)man and Her/His Others: Foreigners on the Pages of China’s Women’s Magazines” in: A Space of their Own: Women and the Periodical Press in China’s Long Twentieth Century (eds. Barbara Mittler with Michel Hockx and Joan Judge), (in print, 2017). 

Mittler, Barbara. “Images, Realities and Powers: Gender Interactions in China’s Vernacular Media, 1909-1939” in Nic Leonardt et al. (eds.) ‘The Way I See It’—Transcultural Perspectives on Image, Gaze and Perception (under submission)

Mittler, Barbara “Small Feet and Large Hands: (Utopian) Visions of Womanhood in China’s long 20th century” in: Borderlines (web-cssaame) in press.

Sun, Liying. “Engendering A Journal: Editors and Nudes in Linglong and its Global Context.” In A Space of Their Own: Women and the Periodical Press in China’s Long Twentieth Century, edited by Joan Judge, Barbara Mittler and Michel Hockx, Cambridge University Press, (in print, 2017).

Sun, Liying 孫麗瑩. “‘Gaoshang yule’? Linglong zhong de luoti tuxiang, shijue zaixian yu bianji juece” “高尚娛樂”?《玲瓏》中的裸體圖像,視覺再現與編輯決策 (“Sophisticated Entertainment”? Nudes, Visual Representations, and Editorial Agency in Linglong (1931-1937)”). In Xingbie yu shijue--bainian Zhongguo yingxiang yanjiu 性別與視覺——百年中國影像研究 (Gender and Visuality: Research on Chinese Images from the Last One-Hundred Years), edited by Wang Zheng, Lü Xinyu. Shanghai: Fudan daxue chubanshe, 2016.

Sun, Liying. “Body Un/Dis-Covered: Luoti, Editorial Agency and Transcultural Production in Chinese Pictorials (1925-1933).” PhD dissertation, University of Heidelberg, 2014.

Sun, Liying. “Cong Sheying huabao dao Linglong: qikan chuban yu Sanhe gongsi de jingying celüe (1920s-1930s)” 從《攝影畫報》到《玲瓏》:期刊出版與三和公司的經營策略(1920s -1930s) (From Pictorial Weekly to Linloon Magazine: the Periodical Production and the Publishing Strategies of San Ho Company). In Research on Women in Modern Chinese History 近代中國婦女史研究 (June 2014).

Sun, Liying. “1920 niandai Shanghai de huajia, zhishi fenzi yu luoti shijue wenhua--yi Zhang Jingsheng ‘Luoti yanjiu’ wei zhongxin” 1920 年代上海的畫家、知識份子與裸體視覺文化——以張競生〈裸體研究〉為中心 (Artists, Intellectuals, and the Visual Culture of Unclothed Bodies in 1920s Shanghai: Zhang Jingsheng’s “A Study of Unclothed Bodies”). Tsinghua Journal of Chinese Literature 10 (December 2013): 287–340.

Sun, Liying and Matthias Arnold. “TS Tools: How to design a database of historical periodicals.”(http://www.tijdschriftstudies.nl/index.php/TS/article/viewFile/268/263TS: Tijdschrift voor Tijdschriftstudies (Periodical for Periodical Studies), (July 2013): 73-78.

Sung, Doris, Liying Sun, and Matthias Arnold. “The Birth of a Database of Historical Periodicals: Chinese Women’s Magazines in the Late Qing and Early Republican Period.” Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature 33, no. 2 (2014): 227–237.

Sung, Doris. “Redefining Female Talents: Funü shibaoFunü zazhi, and the Development of ‘Women’s Art’ in China.” In A Space of Their Own? Women and the Periodical Press in China’s Global Twentieth Century, eds. Joan Judge, Barbara Mittler, and Michel Hockx, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, (in print, 2017).

Sung, Doris. “Naistenlehdet, 1900-Luvun Alun Uudet Ilmaisukanavat” (New Channels of Expression: Voices in Women’s Magazines in the Late Qing and Early Republican China). In Enemmän Kuin Puoli Taivasta: Kiinalainen Nainen Historiassa, Yhteiskunnassa Ja Kulttuurissa (More than Half the Sky: Chinese Women in History, Society and Culture), edited by Tiina Airaksinen, Elina Sinkkonen, and Minna Valjakka. Helsinki: Art House, 2016, 341–46.

Early Chinese Periodicals Online (ECPO). Videointerview. Heidelberger Forum Edition, 2015-06-29, 23 Min.

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