Prof Harriet Evans

Prof Harriet Evans


2021

“Patchy Patriarchy” and the Shifting Fortunes of the CCP's Promise of Gender Equality since 1921
Evans, Harriet 2021. “Patchy Patriarchy” and the Shifting Fortunes of the CCP's Promise of Gender Equality since 1921. The China Quarterly. 248 (S1), pp. 95 - 115. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0305741021000709

2017

Patriarchal investments: expectations of male authority and support in a poor Beijing neighborhood
Evans, H. 2017. Patriarchal investments: expectations of male authority and support in a poor Beijing neighborhood. in: Santos, G. and Harrell, S. (ed.) Transforming Patriarchy: Chinese Families in the 21st Century Seattle, USA University of Washington Press. pp. 182-199

2016

Ambiguities of address: Cultural Revolution posters and their post-Mao appeal
Evans, H. 2016. Ambiguities of address: Cultural Revolution posters and their post-Mao appeal. in: Li, Jie and Zhang, E. (ed.) Red Legacies in China: Cultural Afterlives of the Communist Revolution Harvard University, Asia Center. pp. 87-114

2015

Reconceptualising heritage: museums, development and shifting dynamics of power
Evans, H. and Rowlands, M. 2015. Reconceptualising heritage: museums, development and shifting dynamics of power. in: Basu, P. and Modest, W. (ed.) Museums, heritage and international development London Routledge. pp. 272-294

2012

The intimate individual: perspectives from the mother-daughter relationship in urban China
Evans, H. 2012. The intimate individual: perspectives from the mother-daughter relationship in urban China. in: Kipnis, A.B. (ed.) Chinese modernity and the individual psyche Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 119-148

2012

Guo Yuhua: narratives of the "sufferer" as historical testimony
Evans, H. 2012. Guo Yuhua: narratives of the "sufferer" as historical testimony. in: Dirlik, A., Li, G. and Yen, H.P. (ed.) Sociology and anthropology in twentieth-century China: between universalism and indigenism Hong Kong Chinese University Press.

2009

Sexuality
Evans, H. 2009. Sexuality. in: Pong, D. (ed.) Encyclopedia of modern China New York Charles Scribner's Sons.

2009

Introduction: discourses of sexuality since 1949
Evans, H. 2009. Introduction: discourses of sexuality since 1949. in: Edwards, L. and Roces, M. (ed.) Women in Asia, Vol 1: women and polictical power London Routledge. pp. 76-110

2008

Gender in modern Chinese culture
Evans, H. 2008. Gender in modern Chinese culture. in: Louie, K. (ed.) Cambridge companion to modern Chinese culture Cambridge, UK Cambridge University Press. pp. 68-90

2006

Fashion and feminine consumption
Evans, H. 2006. Fashion and feminine consumption. in: Latham, K., Thompson, S. and Klein, J. (ed.) Consuming China: approaches to cultural change in contemporary China London, UK Routledge.

2003

The language of liberation: gender and jiefang in early Chinese Communist Party discourse
Evans, H. 2003. The language of liberation: gender and jiefang in early Chinese Communist Party discourse. in: Wasserstrom, J.N. (ed.) Twentieth-century China: new approaches London, UK Routledge. pp. 193-220

2002

Sex and the open market
Evans, H. 2002. Sex and the open market. in: Weeks, J., Holland, J. and Waites, M. (ed.) Sexualities and society: a reader Cambridge, UK Polity Press. pp. 216-226

2002

Past, perfect or imperfect: changing images of the ideal wife
Evans, H. 2002. Past, perfect or imperfect: changing images of the ideal wife. in: Brownell, S. and Wasserstrom, J.N. (ed.) Chinese femininities/Chinese masculinities: a reader Berkeley, USA University of California Press.

2014

Neglect of a neighbourhood: oral accounts of life in ‘old Beijing’ since the eve of the People's Republic
Evans, H. 2014. Neglect of a neighbourhood: oral accounts of life in ‘old Beijing’ since the eve of the People's Republic. Urban History. 41 (4), pp. 686-704. https://doi.org/10.1017/S096392681300076X

2010

The gender of communication: changing expectations of mothers and daughters in urban China
Evans, H. 2010. The gender of communication: changing expectations of mothers and daughters in urban China. China Quarterly. 204, pp. 980-999. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0305741010001050

2008

Sexed bodies, sexualised identities, and the limits of gender
Evans, H. 2008. Sexed bodies, sexualised identities, and the limits of gender. China Information. 22 (2), pp. 361-386. https://doi.org/10.1177/0920203X08091550

2007

The impossibility of gender in narratives of China's modernity
Evans, H. 2007. The impossibility of gender in narratives of China's modernity. Radical Philosophy. 146, pp. 27-39.

2001

What colour is beautiful hair? Subjective interventions and global fashions in the cultural production of gender in urban China
Evans, H. 2001. What colour is beautiful hair? Subjective interventions and global fashions in the cultural production of gender in urban China. Figurationen: gender - literatur - kultur. 2/01, pp. 117-132.

2009

Lens on loss of a neighbourhood: a photographer's record of the transformation of 'old Beijing'
Evans, H. 2009. Lens on loss of a neighbourhood: a photographer's record of the transformation of 'old Beijing'. Uncertain Futures: Planning, Temporality and Globalisation. Edinburgh University March 2009

2008

Conflicted times, conflicted places: an oral history of social change in 'old Beijing'
Evans, H. 2008. Conflicted times, conflicted places: an oral history of social change in 'old Beijing'. Research Councils UK/Zhongshan University Advanced Summer School in Historical Anthropology. Zhongshan University, Guangzhou, PRC July 2008

2008

"Bitter Labour": demolition and development in 'south Beijing'
Evans, H. 2008. "Bitter Labour": demolition and development in 'south Beijing'. SOAS Politics Department Seminar Series. SOAS Feb 2008

2007

The subject of gender: daughters and mothers in urban China
Evans, H. 2007. The subject of gender: daughters and mothers in urban China. Lanham, MD, USA Rowman & Littlefield.


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