Negotiating masculinities in late imperial China

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Huang is Professor of Chinese at the University of California, Irvine and the author of Negotiating Masculinities in Late Imperial China.

目录 Introduction 1 1 The Secularization of Memory 15 2 Survivors Guilt 37 3 Hagiographical Memory 55 4 Wounded Manhood 73 5 Fragments of Anxiety 97 (更多)Author: Martin W.

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AbstractOne of the most interesting recent trends in the study of late-imperial Chinese history has been the study of emotion. Recent scholarship has attempted to locate, to articulate, to historicize, and to theorize the ways emotion functioned in late-imperial discourses.

Eulogies and letters offer a rich source of information not only about the daily activities of men and women of the late Author: Ann Walther.Hua Mulan (Chinese: 花木蘭) is a legendary/fictional female warrior from the Northern and Southern dynasties period of Chinese history, originally described in the Ballad of Mulan (Chinese: 木蘭辭; pinyin: Mùlán cí).In the ballad, Hua Mulan, disguised as a man, takes her aged father's place in the army.

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