Table of contents for Body, subject & power in China / edited by Angela Zito and Tani E. Barlow.


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Acknowledgments
Introduction: Body, Subject, and Power in China
Angela Zito, Tani E. Barlow.
1: The Imagination of Winds and the Development of the Chinese Conception of the Body
Shigehisa Kuriyama
2: The Body Invisible in Chinese Art?
John Hay
3: Multiplicity, Point of View, and Responsibility in Traditional Chinese Healing
Judith Farquhar
4: Silk and Skin: Significant Boundaries
Angela Zito
5: The Politicized Body
Ann Anagnost
6: The Female Body and Nationalist Discourse: Manchuria in Xiao Hong's Field of Life and Death
Lydia H. Liu
7: Sovereignty and Subject: Constituting Relationships of Power in Qing Guest Ritual
James L. Hevia
8: (Re)inventing Li: Koutou and Subjectification in Rural Shandong
Andrew Kipnis
9: The Classic "Beauty-Scholar" Romance and the Superiority of the Talented Woman
Keith McMahon
10: Theorizing Woman: Funu, Guojia, Jiating
Tani E. Barlow
Glossary of Chinese Characters
List of Contributors
Index



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: China Civilization