Hysterical bodies, contemporary Chinese art as (male) trauma in the post-Mao period

Hill, K. 2007. Hysterical bodies, contemporary Chinese art as (male) trauma in the post-Mao period. in: Jiang, J. (ed.) Burden or legacy: from the Chinese cultural revolution to contemporary art Hong Kong Hong Kong University Press.

Chapter titleHysterical bodies, contemporary Chinese art as (male) trauma in the post-Mao period
AuthorsHill, K.
EditorsJiang, J.
Book titleBurden or legacy: from the Chinese cultural revolution to contemporary art
Year2007
PublisherHong Kong University Press
Publication dates
Published2007
Place of publicationHong Kong
ISBN9789622098695

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