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Jen-der Lee
Jen-der Lee
Position: Research Fellow
Tel: 02-26523129
Email: jender@asihp.net

* Academic Experience

Education:
1992, Ph.D., Department of History, University of Washington, Seattle, U.S.A.

Current and Previous Positions:
1992.8-1998.2, Assistant Research Fellow, Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica
1998.2-2005.9, Associate Research Fellow, Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica
2005.9-, Research Fellow, Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica

2005.9-2007.6, Head of Anthropology Division, Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica
2011.10-2016.10, Deputy Director, Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica

2001.1-2002.7, Coordinator, Research Group on the History of Health and 
Healing, Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica
2011.3.1-2019.2, Research Fellow, Joint Appointment, Research Center for Humanities and Social Sciences, Academia Sinica


1993.8-2006.2, Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of History, National Taiwan University
1994.8-2006.2, Adjunct Associate Professor, Institute of History, National Tsinghua University
2006.2-2007.7, Adjunct Professor, Institute of History, National Tsinghua University
2006.2-, Adjunct Professor, Department of History, National Taiwan University
2006.8-2012.7, 2015.8-, Professor, Joint Appointment, Department of History, National Taipei University
2007.8-2010.7, Professor and Director, Institute of History, National Tsinghua University
2010.9-, Professor, Joint Appointment, Institute of History, National Tsinghua University

2001.7-2008.6, Co-founder and Secretary, Asian Society for the History of Medicine
2002.8-2003.5, Visiting Scholar, Harvard-Yenching Institute, Harvard University
2003.8-2003.12, Visiting Scholar, International Research Center for Japanese Studies, Kyoto, Japan

1996.1-12, 2000.1-12, Editorial Board; 2001.1-12, Editor; 2012.7-, Chairperson, New History Journal (Xinshixue)
1996.8-2018.6, Editorial Board, Research on Women in Modern Chinese History, Institute of Modern History, Academia Sinica
2004.1-2007.6, 2010.10-2016.10, 2016.10.27-, Editorial Board, Bulletin of the Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica
2005.1-2011.12, Editorial Board, Nan Nü: Men, Women and Gender in China, Leiden, The Netherland
2009.5-2018.5, Editorial Board, Journal of Women’s and Gender Studies, National Taiwan University
2010.8.1-2018.1.10, Editor; 2018.1- , Editorial Board, Asia Major, Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica
2012.5.1-2020.4.30, Editorial Board, Chinese Studies, Center for Chinese Studies, National Central Library
2013.8.1-2017.7.31, Editorial Board, Journal of Social Sciences and Philosophy, Research Center for Social Sciences and Humanities, Academia Sinica
2014.10.1-, Associate Editor, Studies in Chinese history (Japan)
2015.1-, Editorial Board, Journal of Chinese History (Cambridge UP)
2016.1.1-, Committee Member of Publication, Academia Sinica

* Academic Honors

  1. 1997-2001, Award for Academic Research, National Science Council

  2. 2001, Award for Academic Research of Young Scholars, Academia Sinica

  3. 2005, Zhu Kezhen Award for the History of Science, Technology and Medicine, sponsored by the Institute of the History of Natural Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences and awarded by the International Society for the History of East Asian Science, Technology and Medicine, held in Munich, Germany

  4. 2009, Academic Excellence Award, National Tsinghua University

  5. 2011, Outstanding Research Award, National Science Council (2012-2014)

  6. 2011.2-2011.7, Award for Special Talents, National Sciences Council

  7. 2016.8-2019.7,  Outstanding Scholar Award, Foundation for the Advancement of Outstanding Scholarship

  8. 2017.9.28, Outstanding Teaching Award (Adjunct Faculty Members), National Taiwan University 

* Publications
 
Dissertation ▼
  1. “Women and Marriage in China during the Period of Disunion” (PhD diss., University of Washington, UMI, 1992).

 

Books ▼
  1. The Death of A Princess: Rediscovering the Legal History of Early Imperial China (in Chinese)
    (a) Taipei: Sanmin shuju, 2001, 150pages. 6th printing, 2012.
    (b) Simplified Chinese character version,Beijing: Shan-lien Publishing Co., 2008.
    (c) Japanese edition: Taishukan Publishing Co., 2009.
    (d) Korean edition: Praha Publishers, 2013.
  2. A Women’s History of Medicine: Gender and Health Care in Early Imperial China (in Chinese), Taipei: Sanmin shuju, Taipei, Taiwan, 2008, 438pgs. 2nd printing, 2012.

 

Journal Articles ▼
  1. Family Ethics in Han Law,” Bulletin of the Society of Chinese History 19 (1987): 1-54,Taipei,Taiwan. (in Chinese)
  2. Conflict and Compromise between Legal Authority and Ethical Ideas: From the Perspectives of Revenge in Han Times,” Journal of Social Sciences and Philosophy, Sun Yat-sen Institute for Social Sciences and Philosophy, Academia Sinica 1.1 (1988): 359-408.
  3. The Life of Women in the Six Dynasties,” Journal of Women and Gender Studies, Women’s Research Program, National Taiwan University 4 (1993): 47-80.
  4. Women in Medieval Europe: A Bibliographical Review”, New History(Xinshixue) 4.2 (1993): 121-143. (in Chinese with English abstract)
  5. Women and Gender in Recent Studies of Chinese Religious History,” Research on Women in Modern Chinese History, Institute of Modern History, Academia Sinica 2 (1994): 251-270. (in Chinese)
  6. Child Abandonment and Infanticide from Han to Sui,” Bulletin of The Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica 66.3 (1995): 747-812. (in Chinese with English abstract)
  7. Research on Chinese Women’s History in Post-war Taiwan 1945-1995”, New History (Xinshixue) 7.2 (1996): 139-179. (in Chinese with English abstract)
  8. Childbirth in Late Antiquity and Early Medieval China”, Bulletin of The Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica 67.3 (1996): 533-654. (in Chinese with English abstract)
  9. Reproductive Medicine in Late Antiquity and Early Medieval China—Gender Discourse and the Birth of Gynecology,” Bulletin of The Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica 68.2 (1997): 283-367. (in Chinese with English abstract)
  10. Wet-nurses in Late Antiquity and Early Medieval China,” Bulletin of the Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica 70.2 (1999): 439-481. (in Chinese with English abstract)
  11. Women Healers in Late Antiquity and Early Medieval China,” Historical Inquiry, History Dept., National Taiwan University 23 (1999): pp. 123-156. (in Chinese with English abstract)
  12. Recent Works on Medical and Cultural History of the Body,” New History (Xinshixue) 10.4 (1999): 117-128. (in Chinese with English abstract)
  13. Wet Nurses in Early Imperial China,” Nan Nü: Men, Women and Gender in Early and Imperial China 2.1 (2000): 1-39.
  14. Forbidden but Efficacious: Women’s Body in Early Imperial Chinese Medicine,” New History (Xinshixue) 13.4 (2002): 1-36. (in Chinese with English abstract)
  15. “Re/producing Science, Violently,” Bulletin of the Harvard-Yenching Institute 1 (2003): 3-5.
  16. Readers Dis/Oriented in Historical Writings: Footnotes in the BIHP,” Disquisitions on the Past and Present (Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica,Taipei) 9 (2003): 36-50.
  17. Gender and Medicine in Tang China,” Asia Major 16.2 (2003): 1-32.
  18. “‘Laughing Disorders’ and Medical Conceptualization of Joy in Early Imperial China,” Bulletin of the Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica 75.1 (2004): 99-148. (in Chinese with English abstract)
  19. “‘The Origins of Women’s Disorders’ in Ishinpo and its Related Issues,” Tsinghua Journal of Chinese Studies 34.2 (2004): 479-511. (in Chinese with English abstract)
  20. The Past as a Foreign Country: Recent Research on Chinese Medical History in Taiwan,” Disquisitions on the Past and Present 11 (2004): 37-58.
  21. “The Caring and the Cared in Study of Chinese Women’s History,” Journal of Sichuan University (Social Sciences Edition) 137(2005.2): 86-93. (in Chinese)
  22. From Wife to Missionary: Lillian Dickson’s Medical Missions in Post-War Taiwan,” New History (Xinshixue) 16.2 (2005): 95-151. (in Chinese with English abstract)
  23. Childbirth in Early Imperial China,” Nan Nü: Men, Women and Gender in China 7.2 (2005): 216-286.
  24. Women and Gender in History Theses and Dissertations of Taiwan,” New History (Xinshixue) 21.4 (2010): 203-237. (in Chinese with English abstract)
  25. Disease, Medicine and Culture in While it is Day: Lillian Dickson’s Taiwan,” Disquisitions on the Past and Present 23 (2011): 143-172. (in Chinese)
  26. Sex and Reproductin in 'Physiology and Hygiene' Textbooks of Post-War Taiwan,” Research on Women in Modern Chinese History  22 (2013): 65-125. (in Chinese)
  27. “From Wife to Missionary: Lillian Dickson’s Medical Missions in Post-War Taiwan,” Journal for Cultural Interaction in East Asia 5 (Osaka: Kansai University, March 2014): 67-95.
  28. “Images, Material Culture and Medical History,” Chinese Medical Culture (Shanghai: Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine) 100 (2014.3): 72-77. (in Chinese)
  29. Then China, Now Japan: Reading “Women’s Medicine” of Ishinpo in Different Contexts,”Ewha History Journal 50 (Seoul: Ewha Woman's University, 2015) : 67-98. (Translated to Korean by Cui Biju)
  30. Introduction to the Special Issue on Disease, Medicine and Culture,” Chinese Studies 34.3 (2016.9): 1-7. (in Chinese)
  31. “'Essential Medicine for Women'-A Cultural History of Danggui in Traditional China, Bulletin of The Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica 88.3 (2017): 521-588. (in Chinese)
  32. “Histories of Menopause in Comparative Contexts,” New History 29.4 (2018.12): 179-223. (in Chinese)

 

Book Chapters ▼
  1. Women, Gender and Post-War Gazetteers in Taiwan,” in Proceedings of Past and Present of Post-War Gazetteers in Taiwan (Taipei: Institute of Taiwan History, Academia Sinica, 1999), pp. 329-345. (in Chinese)
  2. The Death of a Princess: Codifying Classical Family Ethics in Early Medieval China,” in Sherry Mou, ed., Presence and Presentation: Women in the Chinese Literati Tradition (New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1999), pp. 1-37.
  3. Eminent Women, Gender and Historiography,” in Jacob Wang, ed., Gender Relations Vol.2 (Taipei: Xingli chubanshe, 1999), pp. 1-16. (in Chinese)
  4. A Women’s History of Early Imperial China: Gender and Recent Studies on Ritual and Legal History from the Third Century B.C.E to the Tenth Century C.E.”(in Chinese)
    (a) Japanese edition: Chûgokû no rekishi seikai (The World of Chinese History) (Tokyo: Kyûkushuin, 2002), pp. 469-492.
    (b)Simplified Chinese edition: Zhongguo funushi douben(The Chinese women's history reader) (Beijing: Peking University, 2011), pp. 28-48.
  5. Gender and Domestic Health Care in Early Imperial China,” in Huang Ko-wu, ed., Papers from the Third International Conference on Sinology: History Section: Gender and Medical History (Taipei: Institute of Modern History, Academia Sinica, 2002), pp. 1-50. (in Chinese)
  6. “Gender and Medicine in Tang China,” in Deng Xiaonan, ed., Tang-Song Women in the Context of Historical studies (Shanghai: Cishu chubanshe, 2003), pp. 415-446. (in Chinese)
  7. Querelle des Femmes? Les Femmes jalouses et leur contrôle au début de la Chinemédiévale,” in Christine Nguyen Tri et Catherine Despeux, eds., Education et instruction en Chine III. Aux marges de l'orthodoxie, publications du Centre d'études chinoises de l'Inalco (Paris/Louvain: Peeters, 2004), pp. 67-97.
  8. “Women and Property in Early Imperial China,” in Jender LEE, ed., Series of New Chinese History: Gender History (Taipei: Linking Publishing co., 2009), pp. 191-238. (in Chinese)
  9. “Inspired by Images: Gender and Health Care in Early Imperial China, in History Dept., Tsinghua University (Beijing) et al., eds., History Lectures of Tsinghua University Vol. 3 (Beijing: Shan-lien Publishing Co., 2011), pp. 76-90. (in Chinese)
  10. Ishinpo and its Excerpts from Chanjing: A Japanese Medical Text as a Source for Chinese Women’s History,” in Clara Wing-chung Ho, ed., Overt and Covert Treasures: Essays on Sources for Chinese Women’s History (Hong Kong: The Chinese University Press, 2012), pp.185-215.
  11. Women and Gender in Recent Studies of Chinese Legal History,” in Clara Wing-chung Ho, eds., A New Look at Chinese History through the Lens of Gender (Beijing: Social Sciences Academic Press, 2012), pp. 24-30. (in Chinese)
  12. “Childbirth in Early Imperial China,” in T. J. Hinrichs and Linda L. Barnes, eds., Chinese Medicine and Healing: an Illustrated History (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2013), pp. 73-75.
  13. Sex, Reproduction and Gender in ‘Physiology and Hygiene’ Textbooks of Early Twentieth Century China,” in Ping-yi Chu, eds., Hygiene and Medicine: Papers from the Fourth International Conference on Sinology (Taipei: Academia Sinica, 2013), pp. 101-155. (in Chinese)
  14. Crime and Punishment: the Case of Liu Hui in Weishu,” in Wendy Swartz, Robert F. Campany, Yang Lu and Jessey J.C. Choo, eds., Early Medieval China: A Sourcebook (New York: Columbia University Press, 2013), pp. 156-165.
  15. The Epitaph of a Third-Century Wet Nurse, Xu Yi,” in Wendy Swartz et al., eds., Early Medieval China: A Sourcebook (New York: Columbia University Press, 2013), pp. 458-467.
  16. Gender, Medicine and Medieval China,” in Series of New Chinese History: Medical History (Taipei: Linking Publishing Co., 2015), pp. 195-244. (in Chinese)
  17. “The World of Women Rulers in Early Medieval China,” in Noriyo HAYAKAWA, ed., Opening the History—Seeing the East Asian World through Women’s History, Gender History (Tokyo: Ochanomizu bookstore, 2015), pp. 35-58. (Translated into Japanese by Sudo MIZUYO)
  18. “Sex in School: Educating the Junior High Students in Early Republican China,” in Angela Ki Che Leung and Izumi Nakayama, eds., Gender, Health and History in Modern East Asia (Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 2017), pp. 61-91.
  19. “Women, Families and Gendered Society,” in Albert Dien and Keith Knapp, eds., Cambridge History of China: Volume II, the Six Dynasties. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, forthcoming)
  20.  “A Twice-Widowed Xianbei Princess Who Took Buddhist Vows: Epitaph with Preface for the Great Enlightenment Temple Nun, Surnamed Yuan, of [Northern] Wei,” in Patricia Buckley Ebrey, Ping Yao, and Cong Ellen Zhang eds., Diverse Lives: An Anthology of Chinese Funerary Biographies (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2019, forthcoming).

 

Book Editor ▼
  1. Women and Society, in Research of Chinese History from Taiwan, edited volume with Angela KC Leung with “Introduction,” Beijing: Zhongguo dabaike chubanshe, 2005, 472pgs. (in Chinese)
  2. Gender, Body and Medicine, edited volume with “Introduction,” in Series of Medical History from the Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica. (in Chinese)
    (a) Taipei: Linking, 2008, 433pages.
    (b) Simplified Chinese character version, Beijing: Zhonghua shuju, 2012.
  3. Series of New Chinese History: Gender History, edited volume with “Introduction: Women, Gender and Historical Studies,” Taipei: Linking Publishing co., 2009. (in Chinese)
  4. Special Issue on Disease, Healing and Culture, Chinese Studies 34.3 (Taipei: Center for Chinese Studies, 2016.9). (in Chinese)

 

Conference Papers ▼
  1. “The ‘Chinese Full-Text Databases’ at the Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica,” paper presented at the Pacific Neighborhood Consortium Meeting, Computing Centre, Academia Sinica, Taipei, February 16-19, 1997.
  2. “Development of Humanities Computing at Academia Sinica,” with Kuan-chung Huang and Tseng-kuei Liu, paper presented at the Pacific Neighborhood Consortium Meeting, Computing Centre, Academia Sinica, Taipei, May 15-17, 1998.
  3. “Women and Reproduction in Traditional China,” paper presented at the Seventh International Interdisciplinary Congress on Women, University of Tromso, Norway, June 20-26, 1999.
  4. “Medical History and Gender in ancient China,” paper presented at the Workshop on Gender and Medicine, Institute of History, National Tsinghua University, May 27-28, 2000. (in Chinese)
  5. “Subjectivity of Conversation: a Gender Perspective,” presented at the 17th Annual Meeting of Chinese Cultural Studies: Conversations between Civilizations in a New Century, Harvard University, December 7, 2002. (in Chinese)
  6. “Pain Relief? Sex in Medical Discourse on Menstruation in Early Imperial China,” paper presented at the Annual Conference of Association of Asian Studies, March 27-30, 2003.
  7. “Then China, Now Japan: Reading ‘Women’s Medicine’ of Ishinpo in Different Contexts,” paper presented at the 86th Meeting of Nichibunken Evening Seminar on Japanese Studies, International Research Center for Japanese Studies, Kyoto, Japan, December 11, 2003.
  8. “Historical Research on Menstruation Pain,” paper presented at the First STS Conference Seminar, Institute of History, National Tsinghua University, May 29-30, 2004. (in Chinese)
  9. “Practicing Medicine and Producing Art: Proposal for Historical Studies of Images and Medicine,” paper presented at Asian New Humanities Net 3th Annual Meeting, Chungli: National Central University and Taipei: Academia Sinica, June 12-15, 2006. (in Chinese)
  10. “Reflections on Laqueur with Chinese Materials,” paper presented at Radcliff Institute Seminar: Remaking Sex in Classical, Medieval and Early Modern Medicine, Cambridge, MA: September 8-9, 2006.
  11. “Teaching Chinese Women’s History in Post-martial Law Taiwan,” presented at Workshop on Teaching History, Beijing University, March 28-29, 2009. (in Chinese)
  12. “Sex and Reproduction in ‘Physiology and Hygiene’ Textbooks: Post-War Taiwan and Beyond,” paper presented at the International Conference on “The Making of ‘Asia’: Health and Gender,” the University of Hong Kong, March 9-10, 2012.
  13. “Toward an Anatomical Sexuality: Educating the Junior Highs in 20th Century Taiwan,” paper presented at the Workshop on Anatomical Modernity: Gender and Health in East Asia, the University of Hong Kong, June 3-4, 2013.
  14. “Women Judges and Prosecutors in Taiwan,” paper presented at the IHP biweekly talks, May 26, 2014. (in Chinese)
  15. “To Treat or Not to Treat: Recipes for Menopausal Women in Traditional Chinese Medicine,” paper presented at the 7th Meeting of Asian Society for the History of Medicine: International Conference on Food and Health, held at Hong Kong Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences, The University of Hong Kong, December 16-17, 2014.
  16. “On Danggui: from Fragrant Herb to Essential Women’s Medicine,” paper presented at the International Conference on Material Culture in Medical History, held in the Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica, Taipei, November 11-13, 2015. (in Chinese)
  17. Danggui as Women’s Essential-A History,” paper presented at “Pilot Meeting for Taiwan-Germany Academic Collaboration in the Humanities: Material Culture of Knowledge,” held in the Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica, February 13-14, 2017.
  18. “Epitaph of Yuan Chuntuo-An English Translation,” paper presented at the collaborative workshop “Records of the Dead, Records of the Living-Reading Muzhiming,” held in Department of History, California State University, Los Angeles, May 19-20, 2017.
  19. Medical Rhetorics and Recipes for Postmenopausal Bleeding in Traditional China,” revised manuscript presented in the International Conference on Chinese Women in World History, held in the Institute of Modern History, Academia Sinica, July 11-14, 2017. (in Chinese)
  20. Danggui-from Pain Killer to Women’s Essential,” paper presented at the 9th International Congress on Traditional Asian Medicines, held in Kiel University, Germany, August 6-12, 2017.
  21. “Preface (1433), postscript (1633), and some selected prescriptions for women in the Hyangyak-jibseongbang (Standard Prescriptions of Local Botanicals),” presented at the Medicine and Healing Workshop, held in Cornell University, Ithaca, June 15-18, 2018.
  22. “From Chinese Medicine to Local Medicine: Danggui in Veritable Records of the Joseon Dynasty,” paper presented at the International Conference on the Classical Oriental Medicine across the Border: Dialogue and Interaction, held in Beijing University, September 22-23, 2018. (in Chinese),二稿發表於史語所講論會,2019年4月8日。
  23. Danggui and its German Connections—A Menstruation Drug at the Turn of the 20th Century” (presented at the Workshop “Towards a Global History of Drugs,” held in Technische Universität Braunschweig, July 4-5, 2019).

 

Other Writings ▼
  1. “On ‘Feudalism’: Examples from the Western Zhou and Medieval Europe,” Newsletter for Teaching the Humanities and Social Sciences 1.1 (1990): 6-12. (in Chinese)
  2. Muya (pseudonym), “Boisterousness: Voices from a Wedding,” Cultural Monthly of Taipei County 35 (1993): 13-15. (in Chinese)
  3. Shengerzi (pseudonym), “Writing to Cousin Zhaodi on Begetting a Son,” Cultural Monthly of Taipei County 38 (1993): 27-28. (in Chinese)
  4. “Talking from Tales of Jealous Women,Newsletter of Women and Gender Studies 3 (1994): 12-15. (in Chinese)
  5. “Women and Gender in Historical Teaching and Research,” in Xie Wolong eds., Two Sexes, Culture and Society (Taipei: Xinli chubanshe, 1996), pp. 35-50. (in Chinese)
  6. “Introduction to the Scripta Sinica Database of IHP Academia Sinica,” with Jo-shui Chen, Newsletter for Chinese Society of Libraries 4.3 (1996): 4-10. (in Chinese)
  7. Introduction,” with Angela KC Leung, in Women and Society (Beijing: Zhongguo dabaike chubanshe, 2005), pp. 1-10. (in Chinese)
  8. “Introduction,” in Gender, Body and Medicine (Taipei: Linking Publishing Co., 2008), pp. 1-8. (in Chinese)
  9. Introduction: Women, Gender and Historical Research,” in Series of New Chinese History: Gender History (Taipei: Linking Publishing Co., 2009), pp. 1-17. (in Chinese)
  10. “Tseng Kueishiang: a Professional Career in Justice,” in International Federation of Women Lawyers Republic of China ed., Bravo! Female Legal Professionists and their Lives (Taipei: Aquarius Publishing Co., 2010), pp. 47-76. (in Chinese)
  11. Such Talented Woman! Introduction to Isak Dinesen’s Out of Africa,” in Huang and Liu trans., Out of Africa, the Chinese edition (Taipei: Red Table Publishing. Co., 2013), pp. 15-19. (in Chinese)
  12. “Congratulating the One Hundred Issues of Forum in Women's and Gender Studies,” Forum in Women's and Gender Studies 100 (2014): 25-27. (in Chinese)
  13. "Woman President, Women Rulers and a Preface Accepted under Condition," online essay on "History kám-á-tiàm", 2016.02.05. (in Chinese)
  14. "Managing English Academic Journals in Non-English Speaking Countries," online essay on "History kám-á-tiàm", 2017.07.28. (in Chinese)
  15. Women, the Law, and a Highly Gendered Case from Sixty Years Ago,” online essay on “History kám-á-tiàm”, 2018.11.23. (in Chinese)

 

Book Reviews ▼
  1. Review: Christopher N. L. Brooke, The Medieval Idea of Marriage,” New History (Xinshixue) 1.4 (1990): 163-168. (in Chinese)
  2. Review: Caroline Walker Bynum, Holy Feast and Holy Fast: The Religious Significance of Food to Medieval Women,” New History (Xinshixue) 3.4 (1992): 187-193. (in Chinese)
  3. Review: Anne Llewellyn Barstow, Witchcraze: A New History of the European Witch Hunts,” New History (Xinshixue) 10.3 (1999): 205-210. (in Chinese)
  4. Review: Clarissa W. Atkinson, The Oldest Vocation: Christian Motherhood in the Middle Ages,” New History (Xinshixue) 11.1 (2000): 201-208. (in Chinese)
  5. Review: Klapisch-Zuber, Christiane. Silences of the Middle Ages, in Georges Duby and Michelle Perrot, eds., A History of Women in the West, vol. II. Cambridge: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1992, x+575pp.,” Theories and Cultures: Newsletter of Western Historical Studies 3 (2001): 81-87. (in Chinese)
  6. Review: Robin Briggs, Witches and Neighbors: The Social and Cultural Context of European Witchcraft,” New History (Xinshixue) 13.2 (2002): 231-237. (in Chinese)
  7. Review: Mann, Susan and Yu-Yin Cheng (eds.), Under Confucian Eyes: Writings on Gender in Chinese History. Berkeley and Los Angeles, University of California Press, 2001. xiii + 310 pp.,”  T'oung Pao 89.4/5 (2003): 486-490.
  8. “Review: Gail Hershatter, Dangerous Pleasures ; Prostitution and Modernity in Twentieth-century Shanghai,China Times Book Review, 2005.03.06. (in Chinese)
  9. “Review: Chinese Visions of Family and State, 1915-1953. By Susan L. Glosser. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2003, 275pp.,” Gender and Society 20.2 (2006): 288-289.

 

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