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Finding Wang Tonghui: The life and after‐life of a pioneer female Chinese anthropologist
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by Mengzhu An, Jing Wang, Jing Xu, Wei Ye
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Abstract Our article recovers the obscured intellectual trajectories and contributions of Wang Tonghui (1912–1935AD), a pioneering female Chinese anthropologist, introducing her story for the first time to the Anglophone anthropological audience. By tracing her life, death, and after-life, we critically examined how Wang's image as an ambitious and talented anthropologist was gradually erased and replaced by that of a supportive wife and a muse of a prominent male scholar. This shift highlights the challenges faced by female scholars within the entanglement of anthropology and China's politica ..read more
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Finding Wang Tonghui: The life and after‐life of a pioneer female Chinese anthropologist
Wiley Online Library » Feminist Anthropology
by Mengzhu An, Jing Wang, Jing Xu, Wei Ye
1M ago
Abstract Our article recovers the obscured intellectual trajectories and contributions of Wang Tonghui (1912–1935AD), a pioneering female Chinese anthropologist, introducing her story for the first time to the Anglophone anthropological audience. By tracing her life, death, and after-life, we critically examined how Wang's image as an ambitious and talented anthropologist was gradually erased and replaced by that of a supportive wife and a muse of a prominent male scholar. This shift highlights the challenges faced by female scholars within the entanglement of anthropology and China's politica ..read more
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Gender violence, emotion, and the state symposium commentary
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by Louise Lamphere
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Abstract Feminist anthropologists have long emphasized the cultural, social, economic, and political contexts of gender violence rather than only focusing on interpersonal relationships between intimate partners or within the family. This commentary situates the five articles in the Gender Violence, Emotion, and the State Symposium within that context while noting their “evocative ethnographic” approach as a vital contribution to feminist anthropological thought, paying particular attention to power and its exercise within institutions and various forms of structural violence ..read more
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The politics of emotion and domestic violence in northern Vietnam
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by Lynn Kwiatkowski
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Abstract Changing social, political, and cultural processes in Vietnam are reshaping people's emotional and social responses to domestic violence on multiple levels. Socioeconomic reforms instituted in the 1980s, the related state revival of Confucian gender ideologies, and the influences in recent decades of international and local nongovernmental organizations’ approaches to domestic violence are significant shifts that have influenced these emergent responses. Using the framework of feminist critical medical anthropology, I explore how different emotional experiences of violence provide ins ..read more
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Introduction to the gender violence, emotion, and the state symposium
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by Lynn Kwiatkowski, Karin Friederic
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Navigating the emotional terrain of prison reentry: State‐sanctioned gendered violence
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by Nicole Coffey Kellett
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Abstract The emotional experiences of incarceration are directly tied to state-sanctioned gendered violence. Most incarcerated women have a history of trauma, stemming directly from broader socio-political and economic forces, which is further rendered throughout the incarceration and reentry process. The carceral system in the United States disrupts family and social support systems, fails to provide accessible and adequate mental health and substance use services, and denies stabilization resources such as housing, employment, and citizenry for women once released from prison, yet their emot ..read more
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From distress to anger to shame: Gender violence, empowerment, and emotional states in Ecuador
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by Karin Friederic
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Abstract Changing discourses and laws related to women's rights and intimate partner violence (IPV) in rural Ecuador have profoundly reshaped how local women experience and respond to violence. Women once understood violence as one strand of social suffering embedded in everyday rural life, and they resisted and managed this violence through various collective idioms of distress. Over the last two decades, however, state and non-governmental organization (NGO) campaigns have isolated gender violence as a discrete phenomenon, emphasizing the “wrongness” of IPV, the validity of righteous anger ..read more
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Knowing rape: Turning ethnoracialized victims into moral citizens in post‐apartheid South Africa
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by Sonia Rupcic
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Abstract In South Africa, a disparate coalition of law enforcement, human rights workers, health officials, and activists claim that women don't know they have been raped. Claims of misrecognition typically follow from the observation that most women who experience gendered violence in South Africa do not report to the police and are especially leveled at Black women living in rural areas under the judicial authority of customary leaders. This article examines this assertion about not knowing gendered violence and the interventions it inspired. Dwelling on the story of one survivor's search fo ..read more
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Emerging frameworks for feminist scholarship
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by Allison Bloom, M. Gabriela Torres, April Petillo
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