Gendering Asian Society, Politics and Development
Series editors

Dr Xiaodong Lin, University of Warwick, UK
Dr Kailing Xie, University of Birmingham, UK

Geographical Scope
All Asian Countries and Regions
Chronological Scope
Editorial Board

Oleg Benesch, University of York, UK
Juanita Elias, University of Warwick, UK
Minwoo Jung, Loyola University, Chicago, USA
Seagh Kehoe, University of Westminster, UK
Sunyhe Kim, Ewha Womans University, South Korean
Elisabeth Lund Engebretsen, University of Stavanger, Norway
Swati Parashar, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
Shanthi Thambiah, University of Malaysia, Malaysia

Gender, Asia, Politics, Antropology, Sociology, Geography, Cultural Studies, Development, feminist theory, queer theory

Gendering Asian Society, Politics and Development

Discipline:Asian Studies

Gendering Asian Society, Politics and Development is a transdisciplinary book series that offers a distinctive space for monographs and anthologies that explore the multifaceted ways that gender shapes the landscapes of societies, politics, and development in Asia. It lays bare the visible and invisible work of gender and highlights the profound influences of gendering as a critical device and as a hermeneutic in organizing and making sense of contemporary Asia. In examining Asia through a gendered lens, it unsettles the Euro-centric production of gender related knowledges and theories. Our series welcomes a wide variety of perspectives, time frames, geographical outlooks, and methodological approaches.

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