In this Issue
- Volume 9, Number 1, Spring 2001
- Special Issue: chinese popular culture and the state
Offering a fresh approach to East Asia and Asian American studies, positions employs theoretical and multidisciplinary methods in creating a provocative forum for vigorous debate. Through expansive scholarly articles, commentaries, poetry, photo spreads, and political and philosophical debates, contributors consider a broad variety of pressing questions from a striking range of perspectives. Thematic issues of positions tackling new, often pathbreaking areas of concern—or traditional areas of concern from a fresh vantage point—are interspersed with general issues offering original scholarship that crosses disciplinary and topical boundaries. The breadth and pace of the journal ensure that readers are challenged as well as informed.
published byDuke University Press
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Table of Contents
- Guest Editor's Introduction
- pp. 1-27
- Culture As Leisure and Culture As Capital
- pp. 69-104
- Contending the Popular: Party-State and Culture
- pp. 245-252
- What Is Wanting?
- pp. 267-275
- pp. 277-278
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