April 26, 1999 – Toni Barlow: “Reflections on Critical Asian Studies”
Monday, April 26 | 4:00 pm | Oakes Mural Room
Professor Barlow specializes in modern Chinese gender history and international feminism. She is senior editor of positions: east asia cultures critique; editor of Positions on Colonial Modernity: A Reader; and Gender Politics in Modern China: Writing and Feminism (Duke University Press, 1993); and co-editor of Body, Subject and Power in China (University of Chicago Press, 1994). She joined the University of Washington’s Women Studies faculty in the fall of 1994. Her talk will address issues in the cultural politics of the production on discourses of Asia.
Sponsored by the Asia-Pacific America Research Cluster.