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Volume 19, Number 1, Spring 2011

Table of Contents

Introduction

pp. 1-6

Sexing the Fetus: Feminist Politics and Method across Cultures

pp. 7-29

"Gender" Trouble: Feminism in China under the Impact of Western Theory and the Spatialization of Identity

pp. 31-54

Ways of Seeing the Nation: Chinese Painting in the National Essence Journal (1905-1911) and Exhibition Culture

pp. 55-82

Claiming Personality: Reassessing the Dangers of the "New Woman" in Early Taishō Japan

pp. 83-107

Return to the Colonial Present: Ch'oe In-hun's Cold War Pan-Asianism

pp. 109-131

Black Market, Chinatown, and Kabukichō: Postwar Japanese Constructs of "Overseas Chinese"

pp. 133-157

Dressed to Kill: Women's Fashion and Body Politics in North Korean Visual Media (1960s-1970s)

pp. 159-191

Seoul and Singapore as "New Asian Cities": Literature, Urban Transformation, and the Concentricity of Power

pp. 193-215

Commentary

Jia Zhangke's World and China's Great Transformation: A Revised Version of a Speech Given at "The Still Life Symposium" at Fenyang High School

pp. 217-228

Contributors

Contributors

pp. 229-230

Research Areas

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