Women Journalists and Feminism in China, 1898–1937

by Yuxin Ma

Reviews

"A long-awaited contribution to the study of Chinese women’s history, filling a major gap in our knowledge of women in Republican China. It is the first piece of systematic historical research on the changes and continuities in women’s journalism ... Based on a painstakingly extensive reading of women’s journals, Ma’s research offers an exciting opportunity to recognize the variations, continuities and consequences of Republican women’s journalism. She deserves special credit for her extensive introductions to the different women’s periodicals and her unearthing of previously-ignored biographical information on women journalists ... A must read for graduate students and scholars who are interested in Chinese women’s history, print culture, late Qing society, and the history of Republican China." - Women and Gender in Chinese Studies


 

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