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List of Illustrations Acknowledgments Introduction part one the women’s federation and the ccp 1 • Feminist Contentions in Socialist State Formation: A Case Study of the Shanghai Women’s Federation 2 • The Political Perils in 1957: Struggles over “Women’s Liberation” 3 • Creating a Socialist Feminist Cultural Front: Women of China 4 • When a Maoist “Class” Intersected Gender part two from feminist revolution of culture to the cultural revolution 5 • Chen Bo’er and the Feminist Paradigm of Socialist Film 6 • Fashioning Socialist Visual Culture: Xia Yan and the New Culture Heritage 7 • The Cultural Origins of the Cultural Revolution 8 • The Iron Girls: Gender and Class in Cultural Representations Conclusion: Socialist State Feminism and Its Legacies in Capitalist China Notes Glossary List of Interviews Bibliography Index
Finding Women in the State is a provocative hidden history of socialist state feminists maneuvering behind the scenes at the core of the Chinese Communist Party. These women worked to advance gender and class equality in the early People’s Republic and fought to transform sexist norms and practices, all while facing fierce opposition from a male-dominated CCP leadership from the Party Central to the local government. Wang Zheng extends this investigation to the cultural realm, showing how feminists within China’s film industry were working to actively create new cinematic heroines, and how they continued a New Culture anti-patriarchy heritage in socialist film production. This book illuminates not only the different visions of revolutionary transformation but also the dense entanglements among those in the top echelon of the party. Wang discusses the causes for failure of China’s socialist revolution and raises fundamental questions about male dominance in social movements that aim to pursue social justice and equality. This is the first book engendering the PRC high politics and has important theoretical and methodological implications for scholars and students working in gender studies as well as China studies.
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english 
Pages
400
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19.3 MB
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University of California Press
Edition
1. Edition ()
Product No.
DG5512258

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