International Conference on Gender Research and Chinese Studies Held in Nanjing, China June 9-11, 2012
The International Conference on Gender Research and Chinese Studies brought together an international group of scholars from fifteen universities to explore gender issues relating to late imperial Chinese literature and culture, (trans)gender performance and the body, modern Chinese literature, history, and culture, and the market era. The conference also included a roundtable discussion concerning feminism, theory and practice, and keynote speeches from Kam Louie (Hong Kong University), Tani Barlow (Rice University), Julia Kristeva (University of Paris VII), and Kay Warren (Brown University). In addition, scholars and officials celebrated the Inauguration of the Center for Gender Studies and the Humanities, a collaboration between Nanjing University and Brown University.
For more information, please visit: http://brown.edu/Programs/Nanjing/content/events.html