Table of contents for Chinese modernity and global biopolitics : studies in literature and visual culture / Sheldon H. Lu.

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Contents
List of Illustrations
Acknowledgments
Introduction: China and the Global Biopolitical Order
Part 1. Literature and Biopolitics 
1.	Waking to Global Modernity: The Classical Tale in the Late Qing	
	
2.	When Mimosa Blossoms: Blockage of Male Desire in Yu Dafu and 
Zhang 
Xianliang									
3.	Body Writing: Beauty Writers at the Turn of the 21st Century	
		
Part 2. Art: From the National to the Diasporic
4.	Naked Body Politic in Postsocialist China and the Chinese 
Diaspora	
5.	¿Beautiful Violence¿: War, Peace, Globalization				
Part 3. Sinophone Cinema and Postsocialist Television
6.	Hollywood, China, Hong Kong: Notes on the Filmic Representation 
of the 
Chinese Nation							
7.	History, Memory, Nostalgia: Rewriting Socialism in Film and 
Television Drama
8.	Dialect and Modernity in Sinophone Cinema in the 21st Century	
		
Part 4. Cityscape in Multimedia
9.	Tear down the City: Reconstructing Urban Space in Cinema, 
Photography, Video
Historical Conclusion: Chinese Modernity and the Capitalist World-
System 
Postscript: Answering the Question, What is Chinese Postsocialism?	
Notes
Chinese Glossary
Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Postmodernism -- China.
Popular culture -- China.
Biopolitics.