Reading Chinese Transnationalisms responds to the growing
interest in transnational cultural studies by examining Chinese
transnationalism from a variety of perspectives. In interrogating
social practices and literary and filmic texts which frequently
cross national borders in imagining Chineseness, the contributors
to this volume also challenge received notions of Chinese
transnationalism, opening up new perspectives on the topic.
The structure of the book is clearly subdivided into sections on
society, literature, and films for quick reference, and each essay
is written in accessible language without sacrificing intellectual
rigor and critical relevance. The international list of
contributors and the wide-ranging subjects they address make
Reading Chinese Transnationalisms a unique work in its
This volume will appeal to all with an interest in Chinese
transnationalism, and in particular those who come from a variety
of disciplinary backgrounds in the humanities and social science.
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