Contributors
Stanley K. Abe is Assistant Professor of Art History at Duke University. He has w
ten on colonialism and the study of Buddhist art and is completing a book, Ordin
Images, on Chinese Buddhist and Daoist art of the fifth and early sixth centuries
Ien Ang is Professor of Cultural Studies and Director of the Research Centre in In
communal Studies at the Universityof Western Sydney, Nepean, Australia. Her m
recent book is Living Room Wars: Rethinking Audiences for a Postmodern World.
Chris Berry teaches in the Department of Film Studies at the University of Califor
Berkeley. He is the author of A Bit on the Side: East-West Topographies of Desire and
editor of Perspectives on Chinese Cinema.
Paul A. Bové is Professorof English at the Universityof Pittsburgh and editorof bou
ary . The author of several books on modern literature, criticism, and theory, h
currently completing a book on Henry Adams.
Sung-sheng Yvonne Chang teaches in the Department of Asian Studies and the P
gram in Comparative Literature at the University of Texas, Austin. She is the aut
of Modernism and the Nativist Resistance: Contemporary Chinese Fiction from Taiwan a
the editor of Bamboo Shoots after the Rain: Contemporary Stories by Women Writer
Taiwan.
Rey Chow is AndrewW. Mellon Professorof the Humanities at Brown University. H
books in English include Woman and Chinese Modernity; Writing Diaspora; Primi
Passions; and, most recently, Ethics after Idealism: Theory–Culture–Ethnicity–Readin
Charles A. Laughlin is Assistant Professor of Chinese Literature at Yale University.
specialty is modern Chinese prose literature. He is currently working on a book
titled Chinese Reportage: The Aesthetics of Historical Experience.
Leung Ping-kwan is Professor of Chinese at Lingnan University, Hong Kong. The
thor of many poetry and fiction collections in Chinese, he has also written schola
essays both in English and Chinese on postcolonialism and contemporary Chin
literature and cinema. He is currently working on a book on Hong Kong culture
Dorothy Ko teaches Chinese history and women’s studies at Rutgers University. T
author of Teachers of the Inner Chambers: Women and Culture in Seventeenth-Cent
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