NAN NÜ, from early China to China nowadays, is an interdisciplinary, international, peer-reviewed journal featuring original studies related to men, women, and gender in the fields of Chinese history, literature, linguistics and language, anthropology, archeology, art and music, law, philosophy, medicine/science, and religion.
NAN NÜ contains a book review section on recent publications in women’s and gender studies. The journal occasionally features review articles and reports about important developments in gender studies. To best reach a wide spectrum of researchers,
NAN NÜ is written in English.
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Editorial Board Allan Barr (Pomona College)
Timothy H. Barrett (SOAS, London)
Louise Edwards (Hong Kong University)
Beata Grant (Washington University)
Bret Hinsch (Foguang University, Taiwan)
William Jankowiak (University of Nevada, Las Vegas)
Joan Judge (York University, Toronto)
Xiaofei Kang (George Washington University)
Anne McLaren (University of Melbourne)
Keith McMahon (Kansas University)
Gordon Mathews (Chinese University of Hong Kong)
Julia Murray (University of Wisconsin)
Ellen Widmer (Wellesley College)
There is no doubt that all scholars interested in gender in China will welcome the appearance of this excellent, new journal.'
Intersections, October 2000