Sinophone Studies

Author: Shu-mei Shih
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231157517
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This definitive anthology casts Sinophone studies as the study of Sinitic-language cultures born of colonial and postcolonial influences.

Queer Sinophone Cultures

Author: Howard Chiang
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135069778
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Howard isgrateful for the institutional support ofthe Department ofHistory
andtheEast Asian Studies Programat Princeton University andthe Departmentof
History at the University of Warwick. Howard also wishes to thank David L. Eng,
Helen HokSze Leung,Pinghui Liao, E.K. Tan, Chienhsin Tsai, David Derwei
Wang, Yin Wang,AlvinKaHinWong, Lily Wong, andespecially Shumei Shih
fortheir expertisein leading the fieldof Sinophone studies andall of the
contributorsfor making this book ...

Intermingled Fascinations

Author: Flannery Wilson
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
ISBN: 1443831271
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The most interesting aspect of Shih's conception of Sinophone studies is that she
is clearly opposed to (what she views as) the essentializing and constrictive
practice of linking these studies to “Chinese culture”. Because Sinophone visual
practices (films, artwork, etc.) must be situated both locally and globally, Shih
argues that the distribution and reception of these visual art forms are carried out
in a global capitalist context. This global capitalist context consists, in turn, of a
multitude ...

Beyond Sinology

Author: Andrea Bachner
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231536305
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Leung, a speaker of Cantonese, cannot speak Taiwanese. Rather than resorting
to dubbing in Mandarin or to the implausible inclusion of a Hong Konger in the
story, the lm casts Leung as a deaf-mute. Tony Leung, it seems, can transcend
his own linguistic community only by being silenced. With the increasing
importance of cultural studies, lm has gradually become one of the most
important objects of analysis in the eld of Chinese studies. e emerging discourse
of Sinophone studies ...

Not Like A Native Speaker

Author: Rey Chow
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231522711
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I would like to acknowledge the inspiring works of several fellow travelers who
have approached the question of language and postcoloniality differently,
through area studies and cultural nationalism, film studies, and religion: Naoki
Sakai, Translation ... In response to such questions about the noncoincidence of
ethnicity, culture, geography, and language, some scholars have argued for an
alternative category, the sinophone, for the study of nonmainland or minority
Chinese cultural ...

Author: 史書美(Shu-mei Shih)
Publisher: 聯經出版事業公司
ISBN: 9570849495
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比較文學家史書美「華語語系研究」(Sinophone studies)最新成果 討論華語語系的概念、使用、方法與實踐 探討其歷史內容、語言的多樣性與作為理論的潛力 ...

Comparatizing Taiwan

Author: Shu-mei Shih
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317677846
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This truly interdisciplinary book will be welcomed by students and scholars
interested in Taiwan studies, Sinophone studies, comparative cultural studies,
post-colonial studies, and literary studies. Shu-mei Shih is Hong-Yin and Suet-
Fong Chan Professor of Chinese at the University of Hong Kong and Professor of
Comparative Literature, Asian Languages and Cultures, and Asian American
Studies at the University of California, Los Angeles, USA. Ping-hui Liao is Chuan-
liu Professor ...

Visuality And Identity

Author: Shu-mei Shih
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 0520940156
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This groundbreaking work argues that the dispersal of the so-called Chinese peoples across the world needs to be reconceptualized in terms of vibrant or vanishing communities of Sinitic-language cultures rather than of ethnicity and ...

Shanghai Homes

Author: Jie Li
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231538170
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... Representing Atrocity in Taiwan: The 2/28 Incident and White Terror in Fiction
and Film Michael berry, A History of Pain: Literary and Cinematic Mappings of
Violence in Modern China alexander C. Y. huang, Chinese Shakespeares: A
Century of Cultural Exchange shu-mei shih, Chien-hsin tsai, and brian bernards,
editors, Sinophone Studies: A Critical Reader andrea bachner, Beyond Sinology:
Alterity, Mediality, and the Sinograph Shanghai Homes Palimpsests of Private life
Jie Li.